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X'mas with a difference for Danish envoy

Christmas is around the corner and Danish Ambassador Lasse Reimann,who has enjoyed the past six Yuletides here, will be greatly missed this time, writes PAUL GABRIEL.

The ‘ummph’ lives on in Boh

EASILY one of the most familiar local brand and household name, it will not come as a surprise that more Malaysians drink Boh tea than any other brand of tea.

Founder Russell built up tea business from scratch

BOH Plantations Sdn Bhd, a pioneer in tea cultivation in Malaysia, was set up on April 23, 1929 by John Archibald Russell, the son of a British government official.

Playing in Sabah

IN Sabah, everyone drives a 4X4 vehicle. At least, that seems to be the perception among other Malaysians. A first-time visitor stepping out of the Kota Kinabalu International Airport may well think that this is one rough country, given the number and variety of tough-looking vehicles in the parking lot notes PAUL SI.

Cameron Highlands to benefit from study

Cameron Highlands, one of the country#8217;s most popular hill resorts and crucial catchment areas, will receive a boost from a feasibility study being conducted by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) on controlling soil erosion and river sedimentation as well as improving hydropower generation.

LBS targets gross development value of RM1.1b

LBS Bina Group Bhd is targeting to launch property units with a gross development value (GDV) of RM1.1bil next year.

Letting the body grieve

Umno makes changes in divisions

The Umno supreme council has appointed 25 members to head newly created divisions in Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah in a move that has also resulted in the reshuffling of the leadership of some of its existing 165 existing divisions.

Versus the CI

Sidek Kamsio writes on LBS Bina, Atis, Weida, IFCA and Zecon.

LBS Bina sees higher earnings on strong property sales

LBS BINA Group Bhd is bullish on its earnings growth for the current financial year ending Dec 31 based on the strong sales achieved to date, managing director Datuk Lim Hock San said.