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Public Bank Q2 pre-tax profit higher at RM347m

PUBLIC Bank Bhd has posted a pre-tax profit of RM346.7mil for the second quarter ended June 30, compared with RM307.4mil in the corresponding period last year.

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Flying Sikh is streets ahead of rivals

With a lead which puts him in a class of his own, a text book finish is all that Petronas EON Racing Team's (PERT) Karamjit Singh needs in today's third and final leg of the Malaysian Rally 2003 in Kluang, Johor.


Nestle Q2 pre-tax profit lower due to sugar business closure

NESTLE (M) Bhd has reported a pre-tax profit of RM43.5mil for the second quarter ended June 30, down substantially from RM69.9mil in the corresponding period last year due mainly to the closure of its sugar confectionary business.


SingPost sees better Q2 after weak Q1

POSTAL services group Singapore Post Ltd (SingPost) is looking to a better second quarter after reporting lower Q1 profit against the previous year due to the impact of the SARS outbreak and a slowdown in the local economy.


News in brief

News in brief on Nepline, Lankhorst, Magna Prima, Talam and Ipmuda.


Star declares interim dividend of 10 sen

STAR Publications (M) Bhd has declared an interim dividend of 10 sen per share less tax for the quarter ended June 30, compared with a tax-exempt dividend of 7.5 sen per share for the corresponding period last year.


Preserving Sanskrit

For 55 years, Indian scholars have laboured to compose a dictionary of Sanskrit words. And it#8217;d be at least another 50 years before the project can be completed, TIM SULLIVAN reports.


Steady first-half results for BAT

BRITISH American Tobacco (M) Bhd (BAT) has continued to perform to analysts' expectations by reporting an all-round improvement in its half-year results.

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Armstrong virtually seals his fifth Tour de France crown

Lance Armstrong all but locked up a record-tying fifth Tour de France title in a drama-packed time trial yesterday by finishing ahead of rival Jan Ullrich, who fell.


Most analysts consider ‘party’ on KLSE not over

DESPITE the drop on the KLSE Composite Index (CI) lately, the majority of strategists and investment analysts still do not think that the 'party' on the KLSE has ended.