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Rupee’s rise a boon for construction and palm oil

THE sharp appreciation of the Indian rupee against the US dollar is working to the advantage of Malaysian palm oil exporters and construction services companies.


Deadline for ceramics dealers

Companies affected by a new ruling that requires ceramics importers to obtain special permits from the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) are given until tomorrow to appeal to the Finance Ministry.


Working in the fast lane

While most Malaysian firms are looking towards the Chinese market, one company sees Bahrain - a tiny island in the Middle East - as a place of sound investment.


Revitalised SunInc counts on construction for growth

Construction will lead the way as the future growth drivers of the restructured and revitalised Sunway Holdings Inc Bhd (SunInc) group.


Online index on cost of building materials

The public will soon have online access to an index of the cost of building materials in the country.


Boost exports, builders told

The Works Ministry wants Malaysian construction industry players to export their products and services to become competitive globally.


15,000 trade visitors expected at Malbex 2003

SOME 15,000 trade visitors are expected at the Malaysian International Building Exposition 2003 (Malbex 2003), to be held at the MINES exhibition centre in Seri Kembangan, Selangor, from today till Sept 12.


More lanes to ease festive congestion

The Government plans to reduce traffic congestion, especially during festive seasons and public holidays, by widening certain stretches of the North-South Expressway.


CIDB to bid for India road job

THE Construction Industry De- velopment Board (CIDB) will soon make a bid for the RM1.3bil Dindivanam-Trichy-Madurai road project linking the Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, Works Mi- nister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.


Go for jobs abroad, builders told

Faaced with heated competition and dwindling order books at home, local construction companies have been urged to equip themselves to seek business opportunities abroad, just as foreign contractors are doing in Malaysia. Otherwise, they may be swept into oblivion.