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Expert: GST to have mininal impact on property sector

KUALA LUMPUR: The goods and services tax (GST) is expected to be a mere blip on the property sector, with a rise of not more than 3% to 4% in terms of property prices, according to property consultancy Rahim & Co executive chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman.

AmBank's MD Ashok to step down

PETALING JAYA: AMMB Holdings Bhd (AmBank Group), which has been reported to be going through a change at the helm of its management, said that group managing director (MD) Ashok Ramamurthy (pic) would be stepping down as part of a planned transition at the banking group.

Misif urges Govt to lower electricity tariffs

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation (Misif) has urged the Government to lower electricity tariffs so that Malaysia can avoid losing its competitive edge in Asean and global markets.

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M'sian ringgit hit by S'pore easing monetary policy

PETALING JAYA: The ringgit has become an unwitting casualty of Singapore’s surprise easing of its tightly controlled monetary policy, as the country joined a growing list of central banks around the world taking extraordinary steps in shoring up faltering economic growth as inflation slows.

29 January 2015 | 12:00AM |

Banking

Alibaba quarterly revenue disappoints, shares fall

BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's shares fell more than 10 percent early on Thursday, wiping more than US$25 billion of market value after third quarter revenue at the Chinese internet giant fell short of analysts' expectations.

30 January 2015 | 8:57AM |

Stocks

Public Bank, Sime Darby lead KLCI slightly higher

KUALA LUMPUR: Some mild buying of Public Bank and Sime Darby enabled the FBM KLCI to eke out some mild gains early Friday with analysts expecting the market to stage a rebound in line with the firmer key Asian markets.

30 January 2015 | 9:43AM |

Markets

Johor likely to retain top spot as preferred investment destination

JOHOR BARU: Johor is likely to retain its leading position as the most preferred investment destination in the country in the manufacturing sector for 2014, according to Malaysian Investment Development Authority executive director, manufacturing development (resource) N. Sangaran.

29 January 2015 | 12:00AM |

Stocks

Public Bank, Sime Darby lead KLCI slightly higher

KUALA LUMPUR: Some mild buying of Public Bank and Sime Darby enabled the FBM KLCI to eke out some mild gains early Friday with analysts expecting the market to stage a rebound in line with the firmer key Asian markets.

30 January 2015 | 9:43AM |

Markets

Alibaba quarterly revenue disappoints, shares fall

BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's shares fell more than 10 percent early on Thursday, wiping more than US$25 billion of market value after third quarter revenue at the Chinese internet giant fell short of analysts' expectations.

30 January 2015 | 8:57AM |

Stocks

SingTel, Sony, Warner set up video service in Asia

SINGAPORE: Singapore Telecommunications Ltd, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros. Entertainment on Friday said they had established HOOQ, a joint venture start-up to offer a regional video service in Asia.

30 January 2015 | 8:36AM |

Stocks

Small-scale LNG projects in British Columbia nudge ahead

VANCOUVER: Small-scale liquefied natural gas projects are emerging as bright spots in British Columbia's bid to become a major exporter of natural gas, with two floating projects on the Canadian province's Pacific Coast moving ahead even as larger projects face delays.

30 January 2015 | 6:57AM |

Oil & Gas

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