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Hyflux now expects 2003 sales to double

HYFLUX Ltd said it is now 'cautiously optimistic' that its full-year 2003 sales will double, even though it had earlier been forecasting it would see sales doubling this year from S$45.27mil in 2002.


Visually new Takaful Nasional

TAKAFUL Nasional Sdn Bhd has come out with a new branding strategy to increase market awareness of its products and set it apart from other takaful players.


Card earns credit for good cause

In July, MBf Cards (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd launched its first Visa credit card and called it the Gaia card.


Some main players in the construction industry

Reports on: WCT Engineering, AZRB, Muhibbah Engineering and Loh Loh.


Delay in the award of projects unsettles some players

INTEREST in water- and sewerage-related counters welled when the government awarded the water supply privatisation in Selangor and Federal Territory to Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd, but a delay since in the issuing of further contracts has unsettled players and investors alike.


3 Malaysian companies in the top 20

THREE Malaysian companies were ranked in the top 20 of companies in the world's emerging markets in a rating study on corporate governance by I>Euromoney/I>, the leading subscription-based global financial magazine.


Thames Water, TH sign MoU

TH Technologies Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Tabung Haji, and Thames Water (M) Sdn Bhd have signed a memorandum of understanding for the management and treatment of water using modern technology in the country.


Jayabumi unit sets up new RM17.7mil plant

JOHAN Fibres Sdn Bhd, a sewage tank producer, has opened a new plant costing RM17.7mil in Sungai Petani to tap the country#039;s potential for modern sewage tanks.


Puncak Niaga expected to pay royalties of RM20m-RM25m

PUNCAK Niaga Holdings Bhd is expected to pay between RM20mil and RM25mil annually in royalty to the Selangor government under the state's proposed water supply privatisation scheme, analysts said.


Euphoria in the water sector

WITH Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd now having secured the water privatisation projects in Selangor and Federal Territory, investors are now shifting their attention to other water-related companies in the hope that these companies would also get a slice of the huge water privatisation pie.