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TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd may sell shares in its cellular unit by October to realise gains in the value of the business purchased last year, chief executive Datuk Dr Md Khir Abdul Rahman said.
Khazanah Nasional Bhd has bought an additional 23.9 million shares, or 4.2% equity interest, in Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd (Proton), a move that will trigger a mandatory general offer (MGO) for the remaining shares it does not own in the national carmaker.
TRADING in Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd's (Proton) 24.25 million call warrants exercisable into 24.25 million Proton shares will be suspended on March 25, an MSEB circular said.
PUNTERS #150; if only those with at least a million ringgit to spare #150; are now being offered the chance to bet that interest rates will fall.
FUNDS are poised to be poured into the local stock market next week, with government-linked institutions like the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Valuecap Sdn Bhd expected to be among the big players. The trigger would be a convincing win by the Barisan Nasional in tomorrow's general election, analysts said.
ASTRO All Asia Network plc's planned venture into China could serve as its launching pad to grow into a leading cross-media company in the region, writes HASNI MOHD NASIR.
TOTAL funds raised in the ringgit bond market were significantly higher in 2003, Bank Negara said. The low interest rate environment and ample liquidity were the main factors influencing the growth of the private debt securities (PDS) market, it said.
STANDARD Chartered Bank Malaysia Bhd has appointed Tan Sri Mohd Sheriff Mohd Kassim as non-executive director.
TENGKU Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz, 31, has taken over as group managing director of Avenue Capital Bhd after just a year on its board as executive director. He succeeds Gooi Hoe Soon, who will be group non-executive chairman.
LOSS-MAKING Pernas International Holdings Bhd (PIHB) now expects to complete its massive debt-restructuring scheme in the third quarter rather than the middle of this year, as originally targeted. The exercise would slash the group's borrowings to RM1.8bil from RM2.4bil.