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Community

Good, traditional TexMex fare

B>R/b>IBS BarBeQue Restaurant, renovated from a pre-war shoplot in Penang, serves an array of Mexi-can and Texan food which promises to suit the tastebuds of local diners.

Business

UBs can become investment bankers

THE six universal brokers (UBs) in the country will now have the opportunity to become investment banks (IBs) following further liberalisation in the financial services sector.

Lifestyle

Passport to radio heaven

A couple of months ago I had the pleasure of reviewing I>The World Radio and TV Handbook 2005/Iin this column.

Nation

Most of the bridges in rural areas in poor condition

Only 20 of the 120 bridges surveyed in rural areas was found to be in good condition, with the others needing to be repaired or rebuilt.

Business

FMM lauds RM1bil fund for SMEs

THE Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) has lauded the move to establish the RM1bil capital fund for SMEs.

Business

Commercial property, REITs the big winners

THE commercial property sector and the real estate investment trusts (REITs) appeared to be the biggest winners from the Budget, which has proposed the setting up of a bumiputera property trust foundation, Yayasan Amanah Hartanah Bumiputera, as well as tax incentives for REITs.

Business

Budget provides RM5.7bil to develop infrastructure in rural areas

THE government will undertake proactive measures to develop physical infrastructure, especially in less developed areas.

Business

ACPI seeks more overseas contracts

ACP Industries Bhd (ACPI) is looking at more overseas contracts to cushion the effect of a scarcity of local projects.

Business

BPB aims for higher plasterboard exports

BPB Malaysia Gypsum Sdn Bhd aims to turn Malaysia into a net exporter of plasterboard with its newly-established plant at North Port, Klang, BPB managing director Paul McCrea told reporters.

Nation

More females now enrolling for construction courses

A training institution formerly dominated by men is now seeing an increase in the enrolment of women, said Construction Industry Development Board chief executive officer Datuk Hamzah Hasan.