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From-loaded pump priming targeted at the stock market is deemed the quickest way to fuel the economy. In a recent report, research house UOB Kay Hian explains why exactly.
It was expected. Year 2002 was indeed a record-breaking year for the automobile industry. Vehicle sales grew 9.7 per cent to 434,954 units. This year too in terms of volume, most expect sales (in units) to reach an all-time high (with one or two contrarian points of view), with an estimated growth of 3.5 per cent to 4 per cent.
The Government has assured the Recording Industry Association of Malaysia (RIM) that it is considering the possibility of amending the copyright laws to allow end users to be brought to justice for buying pirated music products.
A BACKDOOR listing may be in the offing for the Malaysian operations of Great Eastern Holdings Ltd if negotiations between GEL Capital (M) Bhd and PacificMas Bhd for the restructuring of their equity and insurance business operations are successful.
Pauline SC Ng writes on Plus, Tien Wah, PavificMas, Park May and YTL e-Solutions.
TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd and Celcom (M) Bhd are determined to push through with their inter-related corporate exercise despite market perception that these proposals could be derailed through various delays and objections by interested parties.
MALAYSIA may sell up to RM18bil of government bonds this year to help fund its pump-priming measures, according to Rating Agency Malaysia Bhd (RAM).
PLUS Expressways Bhd has indeed come a long way. But one thing has remained certain through the wild swings of the economy, the rise and fall of its parent United Engineers (M) Bhd that led to its own indebtedness and change of control - it has always been a prized asset.
GOVERNMENT-LINKED plantation and financial companies are potential candidates for mergers when the government steps up efforts to consolidate companies in common sectors.
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.