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AFTER two dreadful years in which the values of lower liner stocks were decimated, the stage was set for a recovery this year.
It was a natural progression forKulim (M) Bhd to venture intobiodiesel, given its prominentoil palm-based portfolio.Kulim managing directorAhamad Mohamad and jointventurepartner, German-basedCremer Gruppe managingdirector Thomas Cremer, recently shared theirviews on the potential success of the two newbiodiesel plants in Johor and Singapore, slated foroperations in the middle of next year.
Hot issues on biofuels and the price outlook for crude palm oil (CPO) this year will hog the limelight at the two-day Palm and Lauric Oils Conference 2006 (POC 2006) organised by Bursa Malaysia beginning this Thursday.
Johor Corp (JCorp) is positioning Tanjung Langsat Industrial Complex in Johor Baru as the regional biofuel hub and has received 'serious' enquiries from six local and foreign parties intending to locate refining facilities and biodiesel plants there, said group chief executive Tan Sri Muhammad Ali Hashim.
Deutsche Bank is bullish on the Malaysian economy, expecting Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 5.4% in 2006 from the projected 5% last year. 'We are not only benign on the Malaysian economy; we are positively bullish!' said global markets research, Asia Pacific economist, Juliana Lee.
IMAGINE this. One day Bridget Lai is in Singapore, the next Hong Kong, after that New Delhi and then London.
In an exclusive interview with StarBiz assistant news editor B.K. SIDHU, Alliance Bank CEO CEO in Bridget Lai shares some of her views on current issues touching the bank
TOKYO: Japan said Tuesday it will end its four-month release of strategic oil reserves on Jan. 4, following the stabilization of global oil prices and the gradual recovery from Hurricane Katrina in the United States.