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Lim Kok Thay puts fortune on line to save Genting HK

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian tycoon Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay has pledged nearly his entire stake in embattled cruise operator Genting Hong Kong Ltd. as collateral for loans, raising the risk of a margin call after the stock plunged 38% on Thursday.
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