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Pentamaster sees potential in China

PENTAMASTER Corp Bhd sees an opportunity to grow its business in China, given the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) requirement of fully automated production lines in the automobile industry.

Lockheed and Boeing unite for rocket launches

Lockheed Martin Corp and Boeing Co ended nearly a decade of bitter rivalry over government rocket launches by announcing on Monday they would form a 50:50 joint venture called United Launch Alliance.

Philippine shares end down 2.3% on Tuesday

Philippine shares closed sharply lower Tuesday, ending seven consecutive sessions of gains, on a technical correction triggered by a slew of political concerns, traders said.

eBCap sees growth in subscriber base

Wireless Internet broadband provider eB Capital Bhd (eBCap) expects its subscriber base to grow in multiples of 10,000 over the next two to three years as it embarks on an aggressive recruitment drive after its listing on Mesdaq.

Jicpar: Media planners must use own judgment on readership

ADVERTISING media planners have to trust their own judgment when considering which newspaper readership data to use, according to Joint Industry Committee for Print Audience Research Malaysia (Jicpar) chairman Margaret Lim.

Atlas sees good sales for air system in Malaysia

SWEDISH industrial company, Atlas Copco, which unveiled its latest workplace air system on Wednesday, is bullish about its products in Malaysia.

Final clinic for BCB home loan defaulters

Housing loan defaulters of Bumiputra-Commerce Bank Bhd (BCB) who want to save their homes, have one more chance to do so this weekend.

The Star daily tops Synovate readership survey

Synovate Malaysia's Media Atlas survey of about 10,000 newspaper readers in Peninsular Malaysia last year found that about 1,500, or 14%, read English dailies, of whom 79% read I>The Star/I>.

Second wind for Transmile

TRANSMILE Group Bhd has been besieged by news of accounting irregularities, but its substantial shareholders are not letting the air cargo carrier nosedive.

Pakistan Telecom posts 25% jump in full-year earnings

Pakistan Telecommunication Co Ltd (PTCL) reported on Friday a 24.7% fall in net profit for the 2006/07 financial year, as rising competition led to a decline in revenues from call traffic.