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THERE is definitely plenty more restructuring to be done at Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd. For one thing, the company is considering floating Minamas Plantation on the Jakarta Stock Exchange, perhaps as soon as next year.
THE estate life is not quite Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim's cup of tea. He admires the planters' I>esprit de corps/Iand marvels at how well they have settled in at the estates, but he admits that he is not suited for such a lifestyle. The Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd's group chief executive officer recalls a typical visit: #8220;After two nights, the I>burung hantu/I(owl) was already getting on my nerves.#8221;
THE merger prospects for seven Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB)-linked plantation companies, which still appear to be up in the air, have kept most plantation analysts busy on potential scenarios.
Kathy Fong writes on Ta Enterprise, Park May, Kumpulan Guthrie, Celcom and Top Glove.
IT is telling that Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi cited Permodalan Nasional Bhd#039;s (PNB) plantation companies as an example when he spoke about the move to merge government-linked companies.
Government-linked plantation companies will be consolidated to bring more big players into Malaysia#039;s share market, said Second Finance Minister Datuk Dr Jamaludin Jarjis.
GOVERNMENT-LINKED plantation and financial companies are potential candidates for mergers when the government steps up efforts to consolidate companies in common sectors.
PERMODALAN Nasional Bhd (PNB) has declared an income distribution of 6.6 sen for Amanah Saham Malaysia (ASM) shareholders for the financial year ending March 31, 2003.
THE range-bound trading pattern witnessed over the past few weeks is likely to persist over the short term as investors remain on the sidelines waiting for further unravelling of the war story.
In a bid to gain market share in a dynamic industry, TM Cellular raced ahead with significant strategies to realise its aim of becoming the number one cellular provider in the country.