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Diary Malaysia Aug 22 Tuesday

KUALA LUMPUR: ALL TIMES ARE PROVISIONAL AND IN LOCAL TIME FOLLOWED BY GMT IN BRACKETS

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Low dispels talk he received RM500mil airbase job

KUALA LUMPUR: Well-connected businessman Jho Low has dispelled talk that he is involved in the redevelopment of the TUDM Sungai Besi airbase.

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CIMB to finalise leaseback transactions

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd hopes to complete the sale and leaseback transactions involving some of its bank branches and buildings by the first quarter of next year.

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Nadzmi: Proton open to collaborations

NORFOLK (England): Proton Holdings Bhd is open to strategic collaborations, but it is no 'lame duck', said chairman Datuk Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh.

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LPG model set to drive Proton UK sales

NORFOLK (England): Proton Cars UK Ltd (Proton UK) is banking on its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)-powered cars to help drive sales in Britain, according to its managing director Brian Collier.

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Proton to restore Lotus’ stature

NORFOLK: Proton Holdings Bhd aims to further enhance Lotus' stature as a renowned global brand, said chairman Datuk Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh.

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Malaysia-Market factors to watch on Oct 17(Wednesday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news whichcould have an influence on the local market.

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Corporate snapshots

The BrandLaureate - SMEs Chapter Award 2007 gala night held in Kuala Lumpur on Jan 8 was certainly a day to remember for many local small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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TNB to spend RM600mil on network upgrade

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) will spend RM600mil over the next two years to upgrade and rehabilitate its distribution network and reduce response time to power disruptions along the national grid to five minutes from the current two hours.

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Local real estate cheap for foreigners

DESPITE the current global financial meltdown, the Malaysian property market still remains attractive to foreign investors, according to International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) Malaysia honorary treasurer Yeow Thit Sang.