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DOE issues publicity rules for firms

The Department of Environment has introduced guidelines for companies to voluntarily publicise all eco-friendly actions in their business.


Standards of corporate conduct improve markedly

THE STANDARDS of corporate conduct and governance among public listed companies have improved markedly over the past two years according to KLSE deputy president (strategy and development) Abdul Hamid Sh. Mohamed.


Rebound likely for domestic investment

MALAYSIA is likely to witness a potential rebound in domestic investment by both the private and public sectors this year after experiencing declining capital investments following two economic downturns in the past 15 years.


Era of rapid asset price inflation?

Liquidity fuels asset prices or as they say in Economics 101, asset prices have to rise when demand exceeds supply


High expectations from Hume Cemboard

SHAREHOLDERS of Hume Cemboard Bhd can expect another year of good dividend payout this year, after bagging good dividends over the past five years on good financial showings.


Six Continents plays hardball

Six Continents plc, standing firm in the face of a £5.5bil hostile bid, has rejected calls to delay a shareholders' vote on the planned separation of its hotels and pubs businesses.


Need to create awareness of regulatory framework

MALAYSIA needs to tell international investors that it has a world-class regulatory framework so that perceptions of inadequate standards do not #147;penalise#148; the KLSE, said Securities Commission (SC) deputy chairman Datin Zarinah Anwar.


KLSE needs house-cleaning before demutualisation: MICG

THE KLSE, which is en route for demutualisation, needs to put in the right internal controls and risk management practices to avoid possible conflict of interest, especially in ad-mitting new companies into the ex-change, according to the Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance (MICG).


Unit trust funds to get boost from JCorp capital injection

JOHOR Corp (JCorp) needs to inject at least RM400mil in capital into its two unit trust funds Amanah Saham Johor (ASJ) and Dana Johor (DJ) to boost their prices to RM1 and 50 sen respectively.


Eng Kah sees Afta boost

ENG Kah Corp Bhd expects increased sales orders for its coloured cosmetics, skin care and perfumery divisions this year with the implementation of the Asean free trade area (Afta).