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BUTTERWORTH: Industrial valve maker Unimech Group Bhd (UGB) plans to boost its export business under a tie-up with a Japanese strategic partner.
AN intense four-month courtship to create a pan-Asian telecoms giant has ended in a break-up rather than a marriage.
AXIATA Group Bhd is among Asia’s largest telecommunications groups with a presence in 11 countries and about 150 million customers across the region, making it an attractive target for telecommunications players looking to form a partnership.
PETALING JAYA: All indications point to the mega-merger of the Asian telecoms assets of Axiata Group Bhd and Norway’s Telenor ASA being called off, barring a last-minute concession made by parties involved in the negotiations.
KUALA LUMPUR: Conglomerate PPB Group Bhd remains confident about mitigating the challenging environment arising from the slowing economy as well as cautious consumer spending
KUALA LUMPUR: Stock that might attract investor interest on Wednesday include Dayang, Scomi, Berjaya Land, Ranhill and UWC, according to JF Apex's daily highlights reports.
PETALING JAYA: Berjaya Land Bhd (BLand) has received a certificate of award from the Yangon region government for the proposed development of a public housing and mixed development project on a land measuring 183 acres located along Myanandar Road and Shweli Road, Dagon Seikkan township in Yangon, Myanmar
KUCHING: Ta Ann Holdings Bhd is expected to get a big boost in logs export volume following Sarawak Forestry Department’s move to raise the timber licensee’s export logs quota to 40% from 20%.
WITH many Chinese cities looking to get rid of redundant bikes, an entrepreneur from Myanmar has offered a solution to put them to better use – donating them to rural children in his country.
SEREMBAN: The Baerlocher Group of Companies, one of the world’s top producers of additives for the plastics industry, expects its Malaysian operations to register a marginally higher turnover of RM220mil this year despite a slowdown in the global economy and challenges facing the industry.Group chief executive officer Arne Schulle said