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FGV Holdings on track to become high performing company, chairman says

KUALA LUMPUR: FGV Holdings Bhd is on track to becoming a high performing company as it improves its operational performance and ensuring the creation of much value as possible, its chairman Datuk Wira Azhar Abdul Hamid said in his second letter to all shareholders on Friday.


More goodies in store for sustainable palm oil

KUALA LUMPUR: The government is ready to dish out additional incentives to encourage oil palm planters to embrace the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification, which is aimed at boosting the crop’s profile in the global market.


FGV turnaround plan yet to bear fruit

PETALING JAYA: The turnaround plan for FGV Holdings Bhd has yet to bear fruit with its share price likely to stay range-bound.


Felcra to rebuild its cash position

PETALING JAYA: Felcra Bhd is currently reviewing several options, including a proposed bond issuance and an outright sale of non-performing assets, to rebuild its depleting cash position.


Too often corporate governance takes a back seat in our GLCs

A year has lapsed since the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition created history by ditching the incumbent Barisan Nasional government for the very first time in 61 years.


FGV terminates paper pulp plant MoU with CMEC

PETALING JAYA: FGV Holdings Bhd has terminated its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hong Kong-listed China Machinery Engineering Corp (CMEC) to jointly establish paper pulp production facilities using empty fruit bunch.


After the change: Business as usual?

Comment by Terence Gomez PAKATAN Harapan’s unexpected victory in Malaysia’s 14th General Elections (GE14) was one of monumental proportions as the ruling Barisan Nasional, under Umno’s control, had instituted a series of unscrupulous methods to retain power. Pakatan, led by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, had achieved a colossal feat, unseating a powerful Umno that had never lost power.


Malaysians forget easily

Critics are entitled to find fault with Pakatan Harapan for not fulfilling its promises. However, it has been a good year for the country as a whole, with the government taking criticism in its stride and continuing to uncover scams left by the previous regime.

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Economists give the thumbs up

The Pakatan Harapan government has just completed its first year in office on May 9, but the “New Malaysia” euphoria has started to fade away, faster than expected.


Malaysia on right track to regaining Asian Tiger status

KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng is confident that Malaysia is on the right track to strengthen the economy and fiscal status by 2021, leading the way to regaining its position as an Asian Tiger.