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IJM offers RM1.56bil for Road Builder

IJM Corp Bhd yesterday revealed a RM1.56bil offer to take over and privatise Road Builder Holdings Bhd (RBH).


IJM to acquire Road Builder

IJM Corp Bhd says it will acquire stakes in Road Builder Holdings Bhd and RB Land Holdings Bhd, an event widely speculated in the media, including I>StarBiz, /I>earlier.


Learning more than rugby skills

It was a short but memorable weekend for the 40 students and six teachers from Pahang.


Second bridge ready by 2011

Construction of the planned 22.5km second Penang bridge linking Batu Maung on the island and Batu Kawan on the mainland is expected to begin in early 2008.

Other Sport

Cobra secure services of six foreigners

Hosts Cobra will have six foreign players in their team for the HSBC-Cobra Rugby 10s, which will be held at the Petaling Jaya Stadium in Kelana Jaya from Sept 8-10.


IJM may float Indian unit next fiscal year

IJM Corp Bhd may consider listing its Indian unit during the fiscal year ending March 31, 2008, said chief executive officer and managing director Datuk Krishnan Tan.

Other Sport

Azalina lashes out at ‘money-minded’ sports bodies

Malaysian sports remains in the doldrums because there is a lack of passion among those involved, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said said yesterday.


Construction projects under 9MP to gather pace

Construction projects under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) are widely expected to be rolled out at a faster pace in the current third quarter (Q3) of the year, industry sources and analysts said.


Plucky girl puts best foot forward

Serdang Rhythmic Angels' elite squad gymnast Amy Kwan Dict Weng has earned praises for her plucky display at the sixth edition of No Limits Open held in Antwerp, Belgium in May.


IJM hopes 9MP will revive construction sector

IJM Corporation Bhd managing director Datuk Krishnan Tan Boon Seng hopes that the Ninth Malaysia Plan would jumpstart the country's lacklustre construction sector.