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TEXCHEM Resources Bhd#039;s (TRB) wholly-owned subsidiary Texchem Food Sdn Bhd has entered into a joint-venture agreement with Myanmar-based Mascot Industries Co Ltd to manufacture and market surimi, fishmeal, seafood sticks and aqua culture products in Myanmar.
Myanmar's central bank has injected huge amounts of local currency notes into three major private financial institutions in an attempt to halt a crisis that has led to runs on the country's 20 private banks
MASKARGO, Malaysia Airlines air cargo division, is targeting to hit 50,000 tonnes of sea-air transhipment by the end of this year, according to senior general manager J.J. Ong.
UMW Corp Sdn Bhd oil and gas division is studying the feasibility of supplying gas pipelines to the Malaysia-Thailand Joint Development Area (JDA) in the Gulf of Siam.
IT seems like Idris Hydraulic Bhd is no stranger to problems. It has a colourful history #150; as seasoned punters would politely put it.
DRB-HICOM Bhd subsidiary Scott amp; English (M) Sdn Bhd is expecting this year#039;s sales of Tata vehicles to surpass the RM60mil achieved last year.
TEXCHEM Resources Bhd (TRB) plans to pump up to RM100mil into its newly-formed food business division by 2010, according to group executive chairman and president Datuk Seri Fumihiko Konishi.
FORMERLY known as Ipoh Garden Bhd, IGB Corp Bhd has always been a diversified property player; not only does it build residential units to commercial properties and hotels in the country, it also owns property investments abroad including the St Giles hotel chain in Britain and the MiCasa Hotel Apartments in Myanmar.
PACKAGING company Tomypak Holdings Bhd is targeting to increase the local content in its finished products to at least 60% by 2005 from 50% currently.
E-BUSINESS systems provider Skali is currently talking to three merchant bankers and will be selecting one by the end of this month for its listing exercise on Mesdaq by the 3rd quarter of the year, according to its president Tengku Farith Rithauddeen.