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Kim Hin gets boost from Australian project

KUCHING: Ceramic tile manufacturer Kim Hin Industry Bhd’s sales in Australia will be bolstered as the company has secured a contract to be the sole supplier of tiles for the Melbourne Square project.

Green development: The Melbourne Square project, undertaken by OSK Property Holdings Bhd in partnership with the EPF, has a GDV of A2.8bil (RM9.4bil)

Sekijang MP says best to keep Plus in government hands

KUALA LUMPUR: A Member of Parliament has joined the tide of concern over Plus Malaysia Bhd possibly being acquired by a private party, saying the profitable highway operator should remain in government hands.

“Plus is now owned by the government via UEM and EPF. This investment has given good returns to the 14.5 million EPF contributors and also the government, in terms of the yearly dividends and taxes,” Anuar Manap, the MP for Sekijang, said in a statement.

Enforce rules on security firms

From DAVE AVRAN, Founder, Malaysians Against Rape, Assault & snatcH theft.

‘I wanted to portray Malaysia as a successful country during US visit’

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has defended his recent visit to the White House, saying that Malaysia would not venture into any investment if it doesn’t benefit the country.

Tea with all: Najib and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor taking a picture with senior journalists at the hi-tea in Kuala Lumpur. — Bernama
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Najib: Malaysia not a supplicant to US

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has defended his recent visit to the White House, saying that Malaysia would not venture into any investment that does not benefit the country.

Najib receiving a souvenir from Women Journalists Association (Pertama) president Sariha Mohd Ali at a hi-tea function on Sunday. Looking on is Najib's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

Short position

SO, it’s clear that Lay Hong Bhd, a producer of egg and poultry products, is not going into the e-commerce space.

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Property developers: Extend PR1MA flexible end-financing scheme

PETALING JAYA: Some of the biggest players in the property industry are requesting the Government to extend PR1MA’s flexible end-financing schemes to all developments that meet the criteria to enable more people to benefit from the affordable housing scheme.

Budget 2018 roundtable: (from left) Ho, Teh, Towle, Lim, Chong and Yip sharing a light moment at the event.

Maju open to extension

PETALING JAYA: Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd is open to an extension of the existing concession agreement for PLUS Malaysia Bhd’s highways – should it succeed in its endeavour to take over the toll concessionaire.

Abu Sahid: I am a businessman, I want to make money and ... do some national service.

EPF’s overseas investments offer positive returns

SHAH ALAM: The Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF) overseas investments have shown positive figures with contributors receiving high returns, said Finance Ministry strategic communications director Datuk Lokman Noor Adam.

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