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By Dr ANAMAH TAN.
JOHORE Tin Bhd, which will be listed on the KLSE second board on Oct 31, plans to venture into plastic-based products as part of its diversification programme.
TOYO Ink Group Bhd (TIGB), en route to a KLSE second board listing on Nov 10, plans to increase its supply of printing ink to the local and overseas markets.
The Star holds a panel discussion on the prospects for the Malaysian advertising industry. Q R on the discussions.
THE 4th Asean Business Advisory Council (Asean-BAC) meeting being held in Putrajaya expects to finalise recommendations on strategies to develop a regional regulatory framework to enhance Asean#039;s global competitiveness, cross borders business partnerships and facilitating business transactions within the region.
THE creation of an Asean-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) would create market opportunities and challenges for both Asean and China but to complement China, Asean would first have to put its own house in order, Asean-Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar president Pyone Maung Maung said.
MALAYAWATA Steel Bhd expects its palm oil plantation business to start contributing positively to group revenue by the end of the year, executive chairman Lim Kiam Lam told reporters after an AGM.
THE Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (Mida) has approved in the first seven months of this year 580 manufacturing projects with investments amounting to US$2.5bil, of which 48% or US$1.2bil consisted of foreign investments, said chairman Tan Sri Zainal Abidin Sulong.
INDIAN Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee has called for India-Asean trade to increase significantly to US$15bil over the next two years and to US$30bil by 2007.
The second India-Asean Business Summit, which aims to foster greater economic activities be- tween India and Asean, kicks off today in New Dehli.