EOH is working on a plan that could cut its borrowings by about a quarter in the coming months, as the technology company posted its first full-year profit since a new management team took over in 2018.

EOH has been fighting to regain credibility after revelations of a corruption scandal surfaced, which contributed to a 95% fall in its shares over the past five years...

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