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Hanim Adnan writes on BAT, CIMB, Hiap Teck, KL Kepong and IJm Corp.

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TSH Resources earnings improving with efficient ops

TSH Resources Bhd's earnings are set to improve, boosted by the overall efficiency of its operations, investment in palm oil milling and biomass power generation, said analysts.

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Kim Loong set to gain from firm CPO prices

MID-CAP plantation firm Kim Loong Resources Bhd is likely to benefit from firm crude palm oil (CPO) prices and high CPO production this year, said analysts.

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BAT may see lower profit this year

BRITISH American Tobacco (M) Bhd (BAT) believes 2005 net profit might be lower than the previous year as higher priced cigarettes and an ongoing price war on value brands impacts its financial prospects, BAT managing director Andrew Gray said.

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OSK’s pick of top 10 small-cap companies

OSK Research Sdn Bhd yesterday launched its book I>Top Malaysian Small-Cap Companies: 100 Hidden Jewels/I>. I>StarBiz /I>reporter Yeow Pooi Ling highlights the top 10 companies.

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China Mobile H2 net profit rises 28%

China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd, the world's largest carrier by subscribers, reported yesterday a 28% gain in 2004 second-half profit, as the acquisition of provincial networks from its parent masked slowing overall growth in a fast-maturing market.

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Public Bank shareholders to get high gross dividends

PUBLIC Bank Bhd shareholders will receive gross dividends totalling 90% per share for 2004.

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CIMB net profit for 2004 reaches record of RM289.7mil

CIMB Bhd, the investment banking arm of the Commerce Asset-Holding Bhd group, announced a net profit of RM289.7mil, or 33.9 sen a share, for its financial year ended Dec 31, 2004, an increase of 11% from RM260.6mil, or 30.6 sen a share, in 2003.

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Maxis to continue overseas forays

MAXIS Communications Bhd will not stop making foreign forays although it will have a lot on its plate this year with its proposed acquisition of a 51% stake in Indonesia#8217;s PT Natrindo Telepon Selular (NTS) plus a very competitive domestic market that it has to contend with, said CEO Datuk Jamaludin Ibrahim.

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Public Bank shares hit new highs

Shares of Public Bank Bhd rose to new highs yesterday on strong buying interest after the bank announced a record net profit and its best-ever dividend payout for the year ended Dec 31, 2004.---------------------------------------------