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Fidel Castro's era in Cuba may be over - experts

HAVANA (Reuters) - Fidel Castro's absence on Saturday from a major military parade in his honor was the surest sign yet that his 47-year-long reign as Cuba's undisputed leader has come to an end, experts said.

No rise in govt fees for one year

ALL government fees will stay frozen and not be raised for one year when the goods and services tax (GST) goes up from 5% to 7%.

Need to tackle issues in industry, say players

In a REITs roundtable discussion with StarBiz assistant news editor ANGIE NG and journalist KEITH HIEW, industry practitioners spoke on the market outlook and concerns.

Tax practices rising in Asia-Pac

The growth in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's Asia-Pacific business is almost double that in most places the group is operating in, regional managing partner for tax Ian Tod.

DiGi: D’Channels to raise revenue, base

DiGi Telecommunication Sdn Bhd expects its new mobile television channels, D'Channels, to boost its mobile data revenue and attract more subscribers, said chief marketing officer Chee Pok Jin.

Mahajaya will raise revenue despite tough 2006

INTEGRATED property and construction group Mahajaya Bhd aims to improve on revenue and profit figures despite forecasting 2006 to be 'challenging.' On the back of less-than-ideal circumstances, given the sluggish economy and rising fuel costs, managing director William Tan said the group would maintain its strategy of building affordable homes for all segments of the market.

Beer market to remain flat with higher excise duties

Despite the challenges ahead, Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd aims to maintain its position as the top larger manufacturer in the country. Managing director Mogens Joenck talks to b>KEITH HIEW/babout the local malt-liquor market and Carlsberg's strategies.

Mulpha: Australian operations to raise revenue

MULPHA International Bhd expects a higher contribution to group revenue from its Australian investments next year, executive chairman Lee Seng Huang said.

Imported alcohol hurting local breweries

From CONCERNED INVESTOR of Kuala Lumpur.

MAS buying 39 planes to replace half of its fleet

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) is planning to purchase 39 new jetliners under an estimated US$1bil plan to replace nearly half of its fleet, a company executive said.