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RATCH announced the interim dividend payment at the same rate at THB 1.15 per share totaling THB 1,667.50 million, made on September 23, 2020

Nonthaburi - RATCH Group Public Company Limited (RATCH) announced that its interim dividend payment for the first 6-month operating performance of 2020 totaling THB 1,667.50 million will be paid to shareholders at THB 1.15 per share of 1.450 billion shares in total, when the payment date is due on September 23, 2020.

Mr. Kijja Sripatthangkura, RATCH CEO revealed that the Company's Board of Directors Meeting on August 24,2020 has approved the interim dividend payment for the first 6-month of 2020 operating performance will be made at the same rate as the same period of the previous year, at THB 1.15 per share, totaling THB 1.6675 billion, equivalent to 68.5 per cent of its profit. The Company's record date of the shareholders entitled to receive the interim dividend is set on September 8, 2020 and the interim dividend payment will be made on September 23, 2020.

" The Company is committed to creating the corporate value for continuing growth with aim to assuring its shareholders to receive reasonable returns and according to the Company's announced dividend payment policy; not less than 40 per cent of its net profit. Since its inception in 2000, the Company has always been generating returns to its shareholders. In addition, the Company also pays great attention to adding social and environmental value along with creating economic value due to its confidence that these guidance will lead RATCH to sustainability," added Mr. Kijja.

The dividend will be funded from the retained earnings that paid the corporate income tax at 20 per cent rate and the individual shareholders will be entitled to tax credit.

As of June 30, 2020, the Company has total assets of THB 105.446 billion baht, total liabilities of THB 46.332 billion baht and shareholders' equity of THB 59.113 billion baht.

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