1MDB addresses wide-ranging criticisms levelled at lt

PETALING JAYA: 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), which has come under fire from various quarters for a wide range of issues from buying assets at inflated prices to paying high fees in its issuance of debt papers, has defended its decisions.

Citroen Asean area manager Aswi Bujang (left) and Samson with the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso.

Naza opens 6th Citroen outlet

PUCHONG: Naza Euro Motors Sdn Bhd, the official distributor of the French brand Citroen, has expanded its network with the addition of Citroen Puchong, which now brings the total number of outlets nationwide to six.

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Tey seeks to remove Chong from Protasco

PETALING JAYA: Protasco Bhd’s non-executive director Tey Por Yee (pic) wants to remove managing director Datuk Seri Chong Ket Pen as a director of Protasco and is calling for an EGM for this purpose.

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1MDB has power plants (top right) which it acquired from Tanjong Plc and the Genting group in 2012. It has also been given the rights to develop the Tun Razak Exchange and Bandar Malaysia in Sungai Besi.

1MDB clears the air

1MDB, a strategic development company wholly-owned by the Government of Malaysia, clears the air in a press statement issued on Thursday, Oct 30:

30 October 2014 | 4:45PM |

Corporate News

Chin Teck Q4 earnings up on higher sales of CPO

KUALA LUMPUR: Chin Teck Plantations Bhd posted net profit of RM11.2mil in the fourth quarter ended Aug 31, 2014 due to an improvement in the selling prices of crude palm oil and palm kernel and from its Indonesian operations.

31 October 2014 | 4:10PM |

Corporate News

Stratasys sees robust 3D-printing market as HP reveals plans

A day after Hewlett-Packard Co revealed plans for groundbreaking 3D printing technology, 3D-printing manufacturer Stratasys Ltd said it is expecting more competition and pointed to its strong position in a market expected to explode by the end of the decade.

31 October 2014 | 2:30PM |

Foreign News

BOJ unexpectedly eases monetary policy further

TOKYO: The Bank of Japan unexpectedly eased monetary policy on Friday in a 5-4 vote, due to concerns that a decline in oil prices would weigh on consumer prices and delay a shift in sentiment away from deflation.

31 October 2014 | 1:20PM |


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