Bright future for UEM


  • Business Premium
  • Monday, 10 Nov 2003

ONE of the biggest challenges ahead for the UEM group is to meet the expectations of shareholders and the investing public, as it was once a “must-have stock” of fund managers.  

But UEM group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Wahid Omar said the “future of UEM group is bright.” 

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Business News

UK employers add record number of jobs, unemployment falls Premium
SC says no breach of regulation on MACC chief's trading account Premium
Starbucks ties up with Meituan to bolster presence in crucial China market Premium
Australian shares slip as healthcare, banking stocks drag Premium
China has plenty policy tools in reserve to cope with slowing economy - state planner Premium
BOJ raises inflation forecasts, maintains ultra-easy policy Premium
US yields up along the curve as traders brace for hawkish Fed Premium
Oil rises to more than 7-year high on Mideast tensions Premium
China Merchants Bank-backed SPAC files first application under new Hong Kong rules Premium
Asia shares tick higher as spotlight stays on Fed Premium

Others Also Read


Vouchers