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BCB looks to triple Net banking users

BUMIPUTRA-COMMERCE Bank Bhd (BCB) is targeting to triple the number of customers using its Internet banking service to 150,000 by year's end, its assistant vice-president Khairul Nizar Abdul Hayee said.

GST is not the issue

THE Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been implemented for more than two years now.

Budget 2017 expectations

What the budget can offer on the way towards a balanced status.

Renewed interest in Masterskill after nod for new campus

PETALING JAYA: Masterskill Education Group Bhd, which has been in the limelight due to its plunging share price since Sept 1, saw renewed interest in its stock after the company said it had secured Government approval for its Kuching campus, an issue that is said to have concerned investors.

HELP plans big

HELP INTERNATIONAL CORP; MALAYSIA MARINE AND HEAVY ENGINEERING HOLDINGS BHD and DIALOG GROUP BHD

Masterskill could pay out some IPO proceeds

PETALING JAYA: Masterskill Education Group Bhd’s announcement that it is delaying plans to build its flagship campus is in line with speculation that the company may consider returning some of the proceeds from its 2010 listing to shareholders.

Premature to judge

My point by Manokaran Mottain
THE new government has demonstrated its commitment on their main election promise and replaced the goods and services tax (GST) with the sales and services tax (SST).

Short and long-term strategies

I WAS sitting with my wife in Peacock Theatre hall attending the graduation ceremony of my youngest child, Andrea, just a few days ago feeling proud of her achievement of a second upper grade (B.Science in Management) at London School of Economics.

OCBC Bank introduces education loan with low interest rate

KUALA LUMPUR: OCBC Bank (M) Bhd has launched a new study loan for students with effective interest rates starting from as low as 6.14% per annum.

SP Setia expects a revival in property market

JOHOR BAHRU: The country’s property market, which has been on a downtrend over the past three years, is expected to return to growth following the implementation of the zero-rated Goods and Services Tax from last Friday.