TNT: Sales to rise 20%-25% in 2005


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  • Saturday, 14 Aug 2004

TNT Malaysia expects 20% to 25% growth in revenue next year in anticipation of more cross-border trading following the implementation of Asean Free Trade Area and World Trade Organisation accords. 

These economic liberalisation programmes are expected to spur demand for logistics and supply chain management services in the region. 

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