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MULPHA International Bhd today stands in stark contrast to what it used to be back in the early 90s. Then it was a favourite among retail investors but has since slipped off investors#039; minds as it grapples with its losses on the back of a weak property market and an equally weak construction equipment market in Hong Kong.
GOLDEN Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd (GSC), the country's largest cinema chain operator, will invest RM15mil to open its second biggest cinema at Gurney Plaza by year-end, its chief executive officer Koh Mei Lee said.
Reporters YVONNE CHONG and YAP LIH HUEY attended the opening of MIFF 2003 and spoke to some international buyers
FOR much of the 1990s, the Walt Disney Co consumer products division was a runaway revenue engine. Operating income grew US$100 million per year, topping out at US$893 million in 1997, as Disney stores sold out of rack after rack of merchandise inspired by #147;The Lion King#148; and other animated hits. No self-respecting fourth-grader would let his parents push him out the door without an #147;Aladdin#148; lunchbox.
TRADE between Malaysia and member countries of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has increased over the last decade from RM61bil in 1992 to RM194.7bil in 2002, said Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.
By RAJEN DEVADASON
IT IS perhaps with big dollops of artistic licence that a company which has been experiencing an erratic growth track record over the past five years and suffered a loss in 2001 should fashion itself as #147;one of Malaysia#146;s fastest growing corporations#148;.
JAPAN-BOUND Malaysian products can enjoy tariff cuts or waivers as early as 2004 if Tokyo and Kuala Lumpur agree to an #147;early harvest#148; approach in their proposed bilateral free trade area (BFTA), said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.
GOOD design is good for business, said Malaysia Design Technology Centre (MDTC) president Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing.
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