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GST is not the issue

THE Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been implemented for more than two years now.

SMRT zooms in on three investors

PETALING JAYA: Education and workforce solutions provider SMRT Holdings Bhd has identified three strategic parties to place out 210 million shares at 20 sen each in a deal worth RM42mil.

SMRT founder, chairman and chief executive officer Tan Sri R. Palan(filepic) will take the lead in steering Minda Global.

SMRT, Asiamet unaware of reason for unusual share trading activity

KUALA LUMPUR: SMRT Holdings Bhd and its associate company Asiamet Education Group Bhd, whose shares saw robust trading on Thursday, said there was no previously-unannounced corporate development that might account for the trading activity.

Asia Metropolitan University’s flagship campus in Cheras, Selangor.

Remedy for Asiamet Education Group turnaround plan

WITH the upcoming proposed corporate exercise in Asiamet Education Group Bhd (AEGB), Tan Sri Dr R. Palan is set to take charge, hitting the accelerator in his pursuit of expansion in the education business.

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, December 6

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, December 6

SMRT on path to recovery

Education and human resource provider SMRT Holdings Bhd looks to be turning around, and on two fronts.

Revenue generator: Unknown to many, SMRT’s university, CUCMS, is now one of the main contributors to SMRT’s earnings, and has been recording solid and recurring income over the last two years.

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, May 10

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, May 10

Siva Kumar emerges as Cliq Energy’s top three shareholder

KUALA LUMPUR: Siva Kumar M. Jeyapalan, formerly Masterskill Education Group Bhd’s executive chairman and biggest shareholder, has emerged as a substantial shareholder of Cliq Energy Bhd by acquiring 34.6 million shares, or a 5.48% stake in the company.

Aerial view of the field gathering and separating station at one of the oilfields in Kazakhstan eyed by Cliq Energy.

Brahmal takes up stake in Instacom

PETALING JAYA: Brahmal Vasudevan (pic), the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of private equity firm Creador Sdn Bhd, has emerged as one of the investors who took up shares in Instacom Group Bhd via a private placement.

The other Sapura comes alive

Sapura Resources attracts interest on prospects of divestment of education business.

Stake buy: There is talk that Ekuinas may buy up the remaining 49 in APIIT Education Group which owns campuses across the country.

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