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TCL aims high in local electronics scene

CHINA will emerge as the next manufacturing powerhouse in consumer electronics, according to Scott English Electronics Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ng Kong Chin.

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Olympus aims for RM90mil sales

Olympus (M) Sdn Bhd aims to achieve RM90mil in revenue from the sale of 90,000 to 100,000 digital cameras in the financial year ending March 31, 2007.

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DRB-HICOM unit to build up confidence in China products

NG Kong Chin, chief executive officer of Scott English Electronics Sdn Bhd (SEE), a unit of DRB-HICOM Bhd, shares with StarBiz assistant chief sub-editor PHILIP CHOO his belief that China will one day play a dominant role in the world economy.

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MAS expected to announce special fares

Malaysia Airlines is expected announce a special package for international fares early next year to help promote Visit Malaysia Year 2007 (VMY 2007).

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Carlyle invests US$20mil in China billboard owner

Carlyle Group, which raised the most funds in Asia this year, said it will invest US$20mil for a stake in Time Share Advertising Communications, a Chinese provider of low-cost outdoor advertising billboards.

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OSKVI grows with exciting new technologies

OSK Ventures International Bhd (OSKVI) will continue to expand its business via the exciting new technologies of companies in which it is currently invested and firms to be acquired.

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Pensonic sees bigger sales rise

Pensonic Holdings Bhd expects revenue to grow 25% in the current financial year ending May 31, 2007, said marketing manager Nelson Chew.

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Olympus targets 18% growth in revenue

Olympus (M) Sdn Bhd has targeted an 18% growth in revenue for the financial year ending March 2007 over last year's with the launch of a range of new digital cameras.

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Judge rules cigarette companies deceived US smokers on hazards

WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge ruled that the United States' top cigarette makers violated racketeering laws, deceiving the public for years about the health hazards of smoking, but said she couldn't order them to pay the billions of dollars the government had sought.

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Coca-Cola optimistic of new drink

Coca-Cola Malaysia expects its new offering, I>ShiZen Green Tea/Ibeverage, to contribute double-digit share to company revenue in its first year, said country marketing director Louise Poh.