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Local funds account for more than 50% of trading volume on Bursa

A total of 1.278 billion shares were traded on Monday on Bursa Malaysia with local institutions leading the way, RHB Retail Research’s sentiment tracker on market activity showed.

Malaysia's Low Yat to boost Japan project

KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer Low Yat Group is rejuvenating its flagship project in Niseko, Japan, targeting at least 50% take-up rate for its luxury ski serviced apartment Shiki Niseko as tourism to the ski destination recuperates. Currently, the take-up rate stood at 30%, with half of them Malaysian buyers.

China Locks Foreign Investors Out Of Another Bad-Debt Cleanup

HONG KONG: Chinese banks have a colossal mess of bad debts to clean up for the second time in as many decades, but they are unlikely to call in the financial world's most efficient mop and broom

VEGOILS/PALM OIL - Market Factors To Watch Sept 9(Monday)

KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Monday.

Political reality forces Poland to dilute pro-market ideals

WARSAW (Reuters) - For years, Poland has been a liberal economist's dream: a country where government made decisions based on market logic rather than the political imperatives that have often intruded elsewhere.

Q-Lab joins the top ranks

Q-LABORATORY (Q-Lab), an advanced software testing facility, is set to join the ranks of globally recognised top-level testing laboratories with its impending Level 5 certification from the TMMi Foundation.

Morellato not for sale, eyes other domestic brands

VICENZA: Italian jewellery and watch maker Morellato Group is not for sale and hopes to add other domestic brands to its portfolio, according to chief executive Massimo Carraro.

Cracks give housebuyers a headache

SEVERAL housebuyers in Section U10, Shah Alam have complained that cracks have formed in their new homes.

Thailand becomes South-East Asia's most prolific carmaker

BANGKOK: At a high-tech factory in the world’s fastest growing auto production hub, industrial robots and white-suited workers put the finishing touches to hundreds of cars rolling off the assembly line each day.

Teen suspects held for bike thefts

SIBU: Three teenagers have been referred to Sibu police station from Lubok Antu after they were found to have been involved in a series of motorcycle thefts.