Top Glove, The Worlds Biggest Glovemaker, Raises Money as Virus Fuels Demand

Employees handle latex gloves at an automated production line at a Top Glove Corp. factory in Setia Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. The worlds biggest glovemaker got a vote of confidence from investors in the credit market, as the coronavirus fuels demand for the Malaysian companys rubber products. The World Health Organization is taking an unprecedented step of negotiating directly with suppliers to improve access to gloves, face masks and other forms of protective equipment. Photographer: Samsul Said/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Employees handle latex gloves at an automated production line at a Top Glove Corp. factory in Setia Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. The worlds biggest glovemaker got a vote of confidence from investors in the credit market, as the coronavirus fuels demand for the Malaysian companys rubber products. The World Health Organization is taking an unprecedented step of negotiating directly with suppliers to improve access to gloves, face masks and other forms of protective equipment. Photographer: Samsul Said/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Top Glove, The Worlds Biggest Glovemaker, Raises Money as Virus Fuels Demand
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