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Tobacco firms warn smokers, health risks info on their websites

Tobacco companies have apparently joined the crusade to warn smokers of the dangers of smoking.

Sitt Tatt to set up support service factory in China

SITT Tatt Bhd will set up a semiconductor support services factory in Wuxi, China, next year to complement the operations of major multinational semiconductor manufacturers relocating to that region.

News of Metrojaya dividend spurs buying interest in PMI

NEWS that Metrojaya Bhd had declared a hefty dividend spurred strong buying interest in its shareholder, Pan Malaysia Industries Bhd, which saw its share price rise to a two-month high of 9.5 sen, up 1.5 sen or 18.7%, yesterday.

MUI group aims to slim down

It has become the fashion for women, and even men, to try to become slimmer. It's good for their appearance as well as for their health.

Sitt Tatt to set up semiconductor joint venture in China

SITT Tatt Bhd plans to establish a joint venture company in China with a local partner to carry out semiconductor-related businesses, executive deputy chairman Tan Sri Dr Mohan M.K. Swami said.

Wary over state of economy

US blue chips climbed for the fourth day in a row on Friday, but gains were capped by another surge in oil prices while economic reports cast doubt on the economy's strength.

Aussie manufacturing weaker in May

Activity in Australia's manufacturing sector was weaker in May than a month earlier due to less demand and strong competition from imports, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Two not re-elected to CCM board

TWO nominees of the MUI group of companies, which holds a 22.5% stake in Chemical Company of Malaysia Bhd (CCM), were not re-elected to the CCM board at its AGM yesterday.

Higher Aussie manufacturing

Australian manufacturing activity improved in March and was consistent with non-farm gross domestic product (GDP) growth of around 3.5%, a survey found yesterday.

Rise in UK student numbers

A record increase in the number of international students studying in UK higher education has seen key British Government recruitment targets achieved ahead of schedule, reports the British Council.