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Will it hurt to look at the stock market in 2003? What are the stocks worth putting your money in?
ASK around.It is a foregone conclusion that the local stock market is currently not too far off its lowest ebb. The mostpertinent question is how high can the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (CI)go in 2003?
YEAR 2002 was clearly one of many misses for the local stock market.
DR Group Holdings Sdn Bhd hopes to expand its all-under-one-roof Skymall shopping experience at the Langkawi International Airport to other airports in the country, according to general manager Arshad Desa.
TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) is confident of maintaining net profit at above RM1bil in the current financial year ending Aug 31, 2003, says newly-appointed chairman Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin.
COUNTRIES in Africa can learn from the development experiences of Malaysia and other East Asian countries, said United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Associate Administrator Zephirin Diabre.
B>B/B>y the early 1980s, the impressive economic performance of Japan began to catch the attention of many governments and people from all over the world. High economic growth, productivity and products of superior quality were closely associated with Japan.
Asset management company Valuecap Sdn Bhd was launched a week ago. Before one could say V-a-l-u-e-c-a-p, investors, and foreign funds came swooping in to the market to buy undervalued stocks. As the rush continued over the week, major corporate announcements were announced, turning a once sagging market into a bustle.
Observers say the economy ultimately requires a stimulus package that covers all initiatives aimed at raising government spending and private consumption.
THERE was a time when Kampung Kerinchi in Kuala Lumpur was relatively concrete free. Today, Light Rail Transit lines criss-cross highways and flyovers and amid this entire network, is another source of networking but of a different kind #8211; telecommunications.