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Malaysia Airlines managing director Datuk Fuaad Dahalan is confident that the tourism industry will recover in the short term, as various governments and the international community are focussed on rebuilding the affected territories damaged by the tsunami disaster. Boustead Properties Bhd has just opened The Curve retail centre in Mutiara Damansara and is pleased with the response. Executive director Datuk Ghazali Mohd Ali finds this an exciting year for retail.
Prospects for the oil and gas sector are bright. Petra Perdana Bhd executive chairman and CEO Tengku Datuk Ibrahim Petra sees bright prospects against significant oil finds. For Petra, the growth sectors would be brown field redevelopment, marine and exploration and production services. SapuraCrest Petroleum Bhd will continue to be busy in 2005. Executive vice-chairman Datuk Shahril Shamsuddin sees the global demand for energy rising rapidly and expects the company's clients' activity levels to follow in tandem. For Tengku Daud Shaifuddin, executive director of Perisai Petroleum Teknologi Bhd, industry prospects were boosted by the recent rises in crude oil prices. Additional investment in the sector augur well for Perisai which has been charting tremendous growth over the past five years.
THE I>Wall Street Journal/Ihas released its first-ever global 'Top 50 Women to Watch' rankings, which include nine women from Asia.
While looking at the growing trade opportunities in China, Malaysian companies should not ignore the equally attractive markets in the recently enlarged European Union (EU).
SENTIMENT was cautious in Asian stock markets Monday ahead of the US presidential election today, with most indices showing little movement and shares thinly traded.