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MNI HOLDINGS BHD has reported a lower pre-tax profit of RM5.64mil for the financial year ended March 31,compared with RM133.9mil the previous year. 

Revenue decreased to RM1.48bil from RM1.71bil. – Bernama 

AMFB HOLDINGS BHD's pre-tax profit for the financial year ended March 31 was RM311.23mil, up from RM300.2mil in the previous corresponding period. 

Revenue climbed to RM2.39bil from RM1.64bil. – Bernama 

RELIANCE PACIFIC BHD’s pre-tax loss narrowed slightly to RM15.11mil for the financial year ended March 31, compared with RM15.47mil the previous year. 

Its revenue amounted to RM365.78mil, up from RM321.03mil. – Bernama 

MUI Properties Bhd registered a pre-tax profit of RM3.84mil for the first quarter ended March 31, compared with RM3.33mil in the previous corresponding quarter. 

Its revenue fell to RM22.36mil from RM25.2mil. – Bernama 

LANKHORST BHD recorded a pre-tax profit of RM1.01mil for the first quarter ended March 31, against a pre-tax loss of RM554,000 in the previous corresponding quarter. 

Its revenue rose to RM27.23mil from RM21.96mil. – Bernama 

Emico Holdings Bhd's pre-tax loss for the first quarter ended March 31 was at RM2.82mil compared with pre-tax loss of RM1.88mil in the same quarter last year. 

Its revenue dropped to RM19.62mil from RM25.47mil. – Bernama 

Malaysia Packaging Industry Bhd posted a pre-tax loss of RM40,000 for the first quarter ended March 31 versus a pre-tax profit of RM836,000 in the previous corresponding quarter. 

Its revenue declined to RM13.41mil from RM14.9mil. – Bernama 

AUTOWAYS HOLDINGS BHD registered a pre-tax loss of RM8.92mil for the first quarter ended March 31, 2003 compared with RM1.94mil loss in the previous year's first quarter. 

Revenue was lower at RM5.13mil compared with RM5.36mil. –Bernama 

Harrisons Holdings (M) Bhd posted a higher pre-tax profit of RM3.89mil for the first quarter ended March 31, against RM3mil in the previous corresponding quarter. 

It recorded a higher revenue of RM167.08mil compared with RM161.58mil. –Bernama 

POS MALAYSIA & SERVICES HOLDINGS BHD'S pre-tax profit for the first quarter ended March 31 dropped to RM18.92mil from RM26.44mil in the corresponding period of last year. 

Net profit was down to RM13.5mil from RM14.13mil as turnover dropped to RM164.48mil from RM187.76mil. –Bernama 

Asian Pac Holdings Bhd posted a pre-tax loss of RM2.55mil for the financial year ended March 31compared with a pre-tax profit of RM9.84mil the year before. 

The company registered a lower revenue of RM56.51mil compared with RM69.89mil previously. – Bernama 

GPA Holdings Bhd reported a lower pre-tax profit of RM6.99mil for the financial year ended March 31 against RM7.25mil the year before. It recorded a higher revenue of RM64.65mil compared with RM58.93mil in the previous year. – Bernama 

GOLSTA SYNERGY BHD registered a higher pre-tax loss of RM1.1mil for the first quarter ended March 31 against a pre-tax loss of RM495,000 in the previous corresponding period. 

The company posted a higher revenue of RM3.52mil compared with RM2.92mil previously. – Bernama 

BEL & ORDER BHD reported a higher pre-tax loss of RM1.061mil for the first quarter ended March 31compared with RM707,000 in the same period last year. The company also registered a lower revenue of RM3.04mil against RM4.2mil in the previous corresponding period. – Bernama 

BRIDGECON HOLDINGS BHD posted a lower pre-tax loss of RM5.06mil for the first quarter ended March 31compared with RM5.22mil in the previous corresponding period. 

Its revenue was nil against RM904,000 previously. – Bernama 

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