Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Inari Bhd., a Malaysian semiconductor-packaging services company, rose to the highest level in two months in Kuala Lumpur trading after it proposed buying Amertron Inc. (Global), an electronics-manufacturing services provider.
The stock gained 5.3 percent to 39.5 sen at 2:40 p.m. local time, set for its highest close since Nov. 9. Inari aims to complete due diligence within 60 days, its statement said.
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