Revamping NSTP


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  • Saturday, 11 Jan 2003

FOR the company that was once the leader in the print media industry, the past few years have not exactly been smooth sailing. Saddled with massive debts, dwindling circulation figures and an increasingly smaller share of the advertising expenditure market, it seemed as though the light at the end of the tunnel was getting increasingly dimmer rather than brighter for The New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd. 

But all that has changed, according to Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd executive director Shahril Ridza Ridzuan. 

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