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Contrarian view on plantation sector

IT IS not every day that an investment analyst borrows from the work of rock music icon Bob Dylan. So, when a local stockbroking house recently came out with a research report called I>The Times They Are A-Changing/I>, it is noteworthy.

Challenges facing telco sector

IN the early 1990s, the cellular phenomenon took place with glowing industry fundamentals; strong surge in phone sales, subscribers and coverage. Investors simply could not get enough of these stocks.

Telekom's fixed-line rental up by RM3

Fixed-line residential telephone subscribers will have to pay RM3 more per month - from RM22 to RM25 - for rental from Saturday.

China industrial output surges 20%

China said yesterday its industrial output surged 19.8% in February from a year ago as the booming electronics and car industries fuelled the fastest growth in nearly eight years.

Perodua to tie-up with Toyota Japan

PERUSAHAAN Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) may be a small carmaker but its aspirations are by no means of that scale. It is believed that Perodua is tying-up with Toyota Motor Corp for an assembling contract.

UMS aims to maintain sales

UMS Holdings Bhd, a distributor of mechanical power transmission products, hopes to maintain last year#039;s turnover of RM45.2mil for the year ending Sept 30, 2003, according to its managing director Billy Ng.

Versus the CI

Jagdev Singh Sidhe writes on Hock Sin Leong, Sime Darby, Tong Herr, CIMA and Boustead.

Lion takes a bold move forward

ASK the bankers. They will tell you this about Tan Sri William Cheng. He is a staunch advocate of the rule that every sen borrowed must be repaid.

WTO negotiator abandons hope of meeting deadline

The man leading negotiations on reducing barriers to international trade in agriculture acknowledged Friday that it will be impossible to meet next week#8217;s deadline to set the framework for cuts because of intractable national positions.

We must speak up against this unjust war

THE attack on Iraq has entered the second week and the swift war that the world had been misled into believing seems to be dragging a little longer despite the massive American firepower. WONG CHUN WAI writes.