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  • Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004

  • The Langkawi gamat, manufactured by Warisan Sarju Langkawi, is expected to penetrate the Saudi Arabian market due to the demand for the product in that country, the company's manager Noor Mohamad Ahmad said. 

    He said the company was in the midst of negotiating with a company from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. 

    He said the company manufactured six types of gamat-based products namely jelly, balm, hair oil, juice, soap and oil.  

    Currently, the company's products have penetrated the Brunei market. – Bernama 

  • Home-grown hot dog franchisor Nineteen O One Sdn Bhd is confident its franchising business will continue to grow with a steady 20% to 25% increase annually, said executive director Ahmad Zakir Jaafar. 

    Some 85% of its revenue is derived from outlets located at hypermarkets and shopping malls. 

    Zakir said the company was still in negotiations with several parties, particularly in West Asia, to expand its business, and might one day expand to the US. – Bernama 

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