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Unilever turns around in Q4, plans to sell 2 European brands

Unilever, the world's third largest food company, made a profit in the fourth quarter and plans to sell European frozen food brands I>Birds Eye /I>and I>Iglo /I>because they are not growing.


Lower feed costs augur well for poultry sector

Declining costs of raw material corn and soybean for poultry feed and bird-flu free status augur well for the industry's growth in Malaysia and overseas.


Building eco-friendly homes

SP SETIA Bhd has shown that it is capable of turning vast tracts of land even in the more remote parts of the Klang Valley into well-planned residential enclaves with wholesome lifestyle environment.


LTKM builds new farm

Poultry firm LTKM Bhd will spend an initial RM10mil to RM12mil to build a second farm as part of an expansion programme to boost its egg production capacity.


A bird’s eye view of private equity in Asia

Deal flows in Asia almost always involve some form of private equity, writes b>COLIN NG/b>, senior corporate investment manager at Goldis Bhd.


Palm Springs Resort to be major tourist hub in PD

TANCO Holdings Bhd is going all out to develop its Palm Springs Resort City into a major tourist destination in Port Dickson.


Banker with a passion to help others

BANKING icon and philanthropist Tan Sri Tan Chin Tuan, who passed away on Nov 13 at the age of 98, had lived a remarkable life.


Chinese hope the spice is right

In a large concrete yard covered with a metre-high rows of star anise seeds, farmers in Gulong, China, shovel the pungent spice into boxes for export.


Nauru strikes deal with Australian firm to revive phosphate industry

MELBOURNE, Australia: The impoverished Pacific island of Nauru has forged a partnership with an Australian company in an attempt to revive its once lucrative phosphate industry, officials said Sunday.


GLC profits to improve

THE earnings picture for most government-linked companies (GLCs) may appear a little clouded amid the current tough business environment, but the lack of any sign of improvement in earnings is no cause for worry, Avenue Securities Sdn Bhd said.