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IRIS Corp Bhd is confident of using Nigeria as a platform to promote greater use of the company#039;s chip-embedded passport system in West African countries.
PENANG-BASED importer and re-exporter of spices, Syarikat Abdul Ghaffar Trading (M) Sdn Bhd, plans to capture new markets in Asia in its move to promote Penang as a centre for spices in the region.
E-business systems provider Skali plans to raise RM15mil from its proposed KLSE Mesdaq market listing, according to its president Tengku Farith Rithauddeen said.
THE 10 million KL Infrastructure Group Bhd (KLIG) shares offered to the general public as part of the company's initial public offering (IPO) have been undersubscribed, MIDF Consultancy and Corporate Services Sdn Bhd (MIDFCCS) said.
TO succeed, a person would need to take some calculated risks in his career, said F amp; N Holdings Bhd CEO Tan Ang Meng.
TISSUE paper maker NTPM Holdings Bhd, which made its debut on the KLSE main board yesterday, does not expect the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) to affect its expansion plan this year.
ACE Canning Corp Sdn Bhd (ACCSB), one of the two largest players in the local market for soya bean packaged drinks is optimistic of beating its average annual growth rate of 20% with its planned foray into new markets with new products, especially premium soya milk products, ACCSB marketing manager Paul Lim told I>StarBiz/Iduring an interview.
SOON-TO-BE-LISTED Scomi Group Bhd expects its overseas oil and gas services business to contribute at least 40% to its income in the next three to five years, according to its president and chief executive officer Shah Hakim Zain.
SCOMI Group Bhd, through its subsidiary Kota Minerals amp; Chemicals Sdn Bhd (KMC), is looking towards Asia, the Middle East and North Africa as new areas of growth and business expansion for its oil and gas division.
IT'S been a volatile ride for Resorts World Bhd and its parent company, Genting Bhd, at least where their share prices are concerned.