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The Sabah Ports Authority (SPA) is entering its privatisation phase on a profitable note, chalking up a turnover of RM110mil last year.
PLENTY has been said about the status of Padiberas Nasional Bhd (Bernas) as Malaysia#8217;s sole importer of rice. This is seen as the glittering gem in the company#8217;s business model, giving Bernas a lucrative monopoly and good standing with the government.
Foreign acquisitions fell in 2002, but this was more than offset by growth in deals done by Malaysian acquirers. The bright spot? Malaysian corporates are venturing abroad again.
In the concluding part of the report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia/Iby LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and was sent on exposure trips to Switzerland and Sweden, she writes on private healthcare.
PUBLIC Bank Bhd is generally and strongly viewed as one of the safest stocks around for investors, considering the uncertainty of an impending war on Iraq and its implications on the world economy and Malaysia.
Kathy Fong writes on Resorts World, KLSE Plantation Index, AMMB Holdings, Telekom and Unisem.
Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has told telecommunication companies to form a #8220;pact#8221; to rid the nation#8217;s skyline of unsightly telecommunication towers.
MALAYSIAN Rating Corp Bhd (MARC) affirmed the rating of Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd#039;s (PNHB) RM546.875mil redeemable unconvertible junior notes (RUN) with RM109.375mil detachable warrant, with a negative outlook.
I>StarTwo/Ijournalist LOH FOON FONG received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and visited Switzerland and Sweden to study their healthcare systems. She submitted a report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Optiions for Malaysia/Iwhich will appear in three weekly segments.
MALAYSIA'S capital city is continuously improving its services and facilities to meet standards that will please both visitors and local citizens. In this third and last part of a series, Datuk Bandar DATUK MOHMAD SHAID MOHD TAUFEK talks about what it takes to make Kuala Lumpur a worldclass city.