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Malaysian tycoon behind tumbling cruise firm Genting Hong Kong puts fortune on the line

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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