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Food News

Curious Cook: The strange story of gluten – Part 3

Concluding the series on non-coeliac gluten sensitivity.

Metro News

Exhibition to draw participation from academic sector

Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) will be the meeting point for industry players during the International Architecture, Interior Design and Building Exhibition (Archidex) from July 4 to 7.


Kimlun 'overperform', Glomac 'hold', N2N Connect 'buy"

KENANGA Research is ‘neutral’ on Kimlun’s two new contract wins, given that the company’s contract replenishment year-to-date is still within the research house’s expectation for the financial year of 2018 (FY18).


SCIB aims to boost sales of IBS products

KUCHING: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd (SCIB) is pushing to boost the sales of its industrialised building system (IBS) products for housing projects in the state.


Inta Bina eyes double-digit growth

CONSTRUCTION firm Inta Bina Group Bhd is targeting a double-digit growth in revenue this year, armed with a robust tender book and supported by a more optimistic outlook in the second half of the year.

Corporate News

Gamuda appoints Rashdan second deputy group MD

KUALA LUMPUR: Gamuda Bhd has appointed investment banker Mohammed Rashdan Yusof as deputy group managing director, in charge of its sprawling property business.


BN manifesto: Better access to housing

KUALA LUMPUR: Barisan Nasional pledged to introduce a slew of initiatives for lower- and upper-income groups as well as for buyers and developers.


Sarawak connection drives up Pansar shares

DESPITE the bearish market, Sarawak engineering solutions provider Pansar Bhd has enjoyed a spectacular rise in its share price.

Metro News

Over 10,000 visitors at construction industry event featuring more than 100 exhibitors

INCREASING construction productivity is not only a challenge for Malaysia, but a global issue as well, highlighted the McKinsey Global Institute’s 2017 Report.


Russia's spat with West not yet denting demand for its stocks and bonds

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow's relations with the West may have sunk to a new post-Cold War low, but foreign appetite for Russian bonds is yet to be significantly dented and local firms' overseas capital-raising plans are still set to go ahead.