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GEL Capital in merger talks with PacificMas

NEGOTIATIONS on a merger between GEL Capital (M) Bhd and PacificMas Bhd, which will provide a backdoor listing for the Malaysian operations of Great Eastern Holdings Ltd have started, according to Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Bhd director and chief executive officer Alex Foong.


Noble suggests setting up of IMT-GT consulting group

SELANGOR-BASED consultant Noble Nexus Sdn Bhd has proposed the setting up of Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT) consulting group to ensure that all projects are successfully implemented and at-tain the desired investment returns.


Smaller-sized board lots may lead to higher trading volume

THE introduction of smaller-sized board lots of 100 shares on the KLSE is expected to lead to higher trading volume once market sentiment improves.


Malaysian brands have potential to go global

MALAYSIAN brands such as I>Petronas, Royal Selangor, Proton, Boh Tea/Iand I>Anchor/Ihave the potential to go global,I/I>said Reader#039;s Digest associate publisher (Asian editions) Peter Jeffrey.


Private sector holds the key to growth this year

THE private sector is expected to drive growth this year as the external sector is projected to grow modestly. Risk to the economy, however, remains should the private sector, because of prolonged uncertainty, adopt a #147;wait-and-see#148; attitude, which would cause delays in investment and a bounce in the electronics industry.


4As forms panel on TV data

THE Association of Accredited Advertising Agents (4As) wants to see more reliable and regular data on the audience for television, which attracts 30% of the country#146;s total advertising spending.


New measures proactive

THE Association of Banks Malaysia (ABM) sees the new monetary and administrative measures announced by Bank Negara as further proactive steps towards maintaining economic growth, supporting business activity and implementing the Financial Services Masterplan.


Export markets more diversified, stronger trade links with China

MALAYSIA'S export markets were further diversified by 3% in 2002, with trade links with China particularly pronounced.


Keeping an eye on rising dragon

IT may be called the Middle Kingdom, but there is nothing remotely moderate about China#146;s economic ascendancy.


Impact of China trend on Asean

MANY China observers have been warning of the red tide #150; not communism as feared decades ago #150; but fervent capitalism that is not slowly, but quickly and inexorably threatening to overwhelm South-East Asian nations that fail to react in time.