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Tong Herr earnings down 12.7%

KUALA LUMPUR: Tong Herr Resources Bhd’s net profit slipped 12.7% to RM7.34mil for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015, from RM8.41mil a year ago due to foreign exchange loss from the weakening of the ringgit.

Chin Well identifies key drivers for growth

GEORGE TOWN: Chin Well Holdings Bhd expects its do-it-yourself (DIY) fasteners, contribution from domestic market and high security fencing products to be the key drivers of growth.

Get ready for smarter-looking smart jewellery

Wearable technology component company Trellie has developed a new modular platform that's so small it can be integrated into a piece of jewellery without having to compromise on design.

Mida keeps close tabs on China, Taiwan PV makers

GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) is adopting a cautious stand on investments by photovoltaic (PV) solar manufacturers from China and Taiwan.

Sea of inspiration for Lacoste

Lacoste’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection had a maritime feel and a nautical vibe.

Sea of inspiration for Lacoste

Lacoste’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection had a maritime feel and a nautical vibe.

Firm claims permits not renewed in two days

GEORGE TOWN: A senior manager of a manufacturing company here claimed that MyEG Services Bhd has failed to deliver on its promise of renewing permits for foreign workers in two working days.

Trading ideas: E&O, Chin Well, construction stocks

KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects Eastern & Oriental (E&O), Chin Well and construction companies to see trading interest on Tuesday following the fresh corporate news.

Chin Well gets Bursa nod for Vietnam subsidiary stake buy

KUALA LUMPUR: Chin Well Holdings Bhd, a carbon steel fastener manufacturer, has obtained the green light from Bursa Malaysia Securities for the acquisition of the remaining 40% in its Vietnam subsidiary, Chin Well Fasteners (Vietnam) Co Ltd (CW Vietnam).

Chin Well sees better performance

GEORGE TOWN: Chin Well Holdings Bhd, whose products are mainly for exports, expects its 2015 fiscal year second-quarter ending December to register a single-digit percentage improvement over its first-quarter results.