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News in brief

News in brief on Linear Corp, Permaju, Acoustech, Formosa Prosonic, Tasek, Ranhill, Denko, KPS, Petronas Dagangan, Symphony, Oriental and Gadang Holdings.

Business

PPB Group wins first China sewage project

A CONSORTIUM comprising Kerry Utilities Ltd (KUL), a 50% subsidiary of PPB Group Bhd held through Chemquest Sdn Bhd, has won the bid for a 20-year concession for a sewage treatment plant in Beijing, China.

Business

News in brief

News in brief on Tan Chong, Warisan, Gadang, Ann Joo, Mah Sing, Hume, Berjaya, Puncak Niaga and MAA Corp.

Business

Tax reform needed in oil sector

REFORM is urgently being sought in the tax and incentive regimes of the Malaysian oil and gas industry to encourage deepwater exploration and the greater use of #147;next generation#148; technology.

Business

SembCorp Q2 profit up

SEMBCORP Industries Ltd, Singapore's fifth biggest conglomerate, has posted a better-than-expected profit increase for the second quarter on higher gas and electricity sales and gains from the disposal of a China investment company.

AseanPlus News

SembCorp Q2 profit up

SEMBCORP Industries Ltd, Singapore's fifth biggest conglomerate, has posted a better-than-expected profit increase for the second quarter on higher gas and electricity sales and gains from the disposal of a China investment company.

Business

Foreign business news in brief

Foreign business news in brief: Virgin in talks on £1bil plane order and Toyota plans second plant in India.

Nation

Sarawak needs RM100m

Sarawak is appealing for RM100mil in financial assistance from the Federal Government to help meet the cost of extending treated piped water supply to the native communities in the interior areas.

Business

Snapshots

Highlights on: Willowglen MSC; Carlsberg

Business

Project tie-up with Gamuda seen as boost to MMC

Malaysia Mining Corporation Bhd#8217;s partnership with engineering and construction group Gamuda Bhd is reminiscent of the kind of strategic alliances that MMC#8217;s main shareholder, Tan Sri Syed Mokthar Al Bukhary, struck to win major deals in the past.