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Nation

Power team in New York

They are called the Dream Team and their aim was to impress fund managers here to put their money in Malaysia.

Business

Khazanah plans to issue convertible Islamic bonds

Khazanah Nasional Bhd plans to sell this year what could be the world's first convertible Islamic bond, enhancing its bid to become a hub for Islamic finance, sources said yesterday.

Business

EPF strengthens position in RHB

SHARES of RHB Bhd and its warrants were actively traded and their prices advanced yesterday in anticipation of a merger of its subsidiary, RHB Bank, and another bank.

Business

Proton shares up on Sime link

PROTON Holdings Bhd attracted some buying interest yesterday on continuous talk of Sime Darby Bhd planning to buy a stake in the national car company from Khazanah Nasional Bhd, analysts said.

Business

Analyst has 'buy ' call on Malaysia Airports

CITIGROUP Smith Barney analyst Corrine Png has a 'buy' call on Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB).

Business

Aviation sector’s grapple with soaring fuel prices

THE local aviation industry is facing one of its toughest challenges yet: skyrocketing oil prices.

Nation

PM leads roadshow to highlight Malaysia’s attractions

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi arrived here for the first leg of the Malaysian Global Roadshow aimed at selling Malaysia as an attractive investment destination to portfolio investors.

Community

Event educates kids on terrapin conservation

Pupils of SK Mangkok in Setiu, Terengganu, turned up in large numbers at the school for a good cause on National Day.

Business

Khazanah to buy some shares in Indonesia’s Excelcomindo IPO?

PT Excelcomindo Pratama confirmed it will price its planned initial public offering (IPO) of 1.427 billion shares, equivalent to a 20% stake, at 1,600-2,100 rupiah each.

Business

Vital for Malaysia to invest abroad, forum told

STRATEGIC overseas investments by local companies are necessary for the country's economic growth, says an economist with a think-tank. 'These include smart, safe and value-adding mergers and acquisitions,'' Institute of Strategic and International Studies (Isis) Malaysia assistant director general Steven Wong told participants at the Business Forum 2005 in Kuala Lumpur on Monday.