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Wheatgrass tea producer INS Bioscience Bhd plans to set up a plant in the Mongolian city of Huhhot, a move that will help transform the company into the world's largest indoor cultivator of wheatgrass.
Healthcare company OSIM International expects earnings growth to further accelerate in the next few years, driven by organic growth as well as expansion into the United States and Europe.
The Capital Market Development Fund (CMDF)-Bursa Malaysia Research Scheme was launched in January with the aim of generating interest in stocks, particularly smaller capitalised counters. Continuing our series in the CBRS, we feature five companies highlighted under the scheme.
THE shares of parent company Hovid caught the interest of investors yesterday, after having lagged the 90% surge in the share price of its subsidiary, Carotech.
CAROTECH Bhd, a homegrown biotechnology company that has achieved some measure of success and recognition as a pioneer in the field, plans to invest over RM100mil in research and development (RD) to produce more commercially viable biodiesel products.
THE Malaysian Islamic banking industry has been charting average annual growth of 19% in the past five years compared with between 10% and 15% per annum in other parts of the world, the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM) president Datuk Norazman A. Aziz said.
SIN Chew Media Corp Bhd, which publishes the I>Sin Chew Daily/I>, the country's largest circulation Chinese daily, and I>Guang Ming Daily/I>, is hopeful of continued good results for the year ending March 31, 2006, said executive director Gan Chin Kew.
Direct-selling health products company Shaklee Products (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd plans to establish two distribution centres in Taiwan - one each in Taipei and Kaohsiung - next year, Shaklee International Inc. president Grant Pace said.
The four-day Herbal Asia 2005 beginning Sept 15 will be an arena for entrepreneurs in the herbal industry to strengthen their branding, marketing, product and services.
HOME grown distribution, sales and marketing company GBA Corp Sdn Bhd expects to turn in revenue of RM100mil, from RM65mil currently, in the next four years, said chief operating officer Mohan Alagappar.