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Japanese manufacturers raised output to the highest level in five months in March, a survey showed yesterday, supporting a bullish outlook for the economy that has persisted despite a recent series of weak figures.
PELANGI Publishing Group Bhd (PPGB) is giving itself a year to develop and strengthen its two book production companies in Indonesia and Thailand, executive chairman and group managing director Samuel Sum Kown Cheek said.
SHARES in British American Tobacco (M) Bhd (BAT) fell RM1 to close at RM44.50 yesterday on concerns that its strategy to cut prices of select cigarette brands may hurt its earnings in the current fiscal year ending Dec 31.
The Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) plans to use the funds raised from I>The Star/IEarthquake/Tsunami Relief Fund to set up a mobile field clinic and a new warehouse depot in Aceh.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is appealing for an additional US$40mil (RM152mil) to provide humanitarian aid to tsunami survivors in Indonesia and Sri Lanka in the next six months.
Tobacco companies have apparently joined the crusade to warn smokers of the dangers of smoking.
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 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.
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 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.