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The same old wish list

EVERY year, come budget time, we hear the same rally cries: cut corporate tax rate, more fiscal incentives to attract foreign direct investments (FDI), increase personal relief and tax rebates for the individual, and reduce import duties on key or essential goods, says Gan Kim Khoon, AmResearch Sdn Bhd executive director.

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Edaran Intan completes low-cost houses early

MOST developers avoid building low-cost houses due to their low profit margins but Edaran Intan Sdn Bhd plans to venture where no companies dare to tread.

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SP Setia to develop RM2.2bil Eco-Park

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. In this article he says that S P SETIA Bhd will launch the country's biggest high-end residential development, its 4,000-acre Bandar Setia Alam in Shah Alam, early next year.

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Leading at times of crisis

Sometimes it#8217;s easy to see the crisis facing your organisation. What isn#8217;t always so easy is judging precisely how to deal with it. What strategy should you devise? What resources should you apply, and over how much time? Should you change the organisation to deal with crisis? If so, how? HERMAN B. LEONARD writes.

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More incentives to push house sales

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he says developers are giving big discounts, attractive rental guarantee, free maintenance fees and a host of other incentives that includes a contest with a BMW I>318iA/Ias the grand prize to push sales in the current sluggish property market.

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Tahan expects RM2.5mil in premiums from civil servants

COMPOSITE insurer Tahan Insurance Malaysia Bhd hopes to generate RM2.5mil in premium income from the government employees market via a salary deduction programme, said its chief executive officer, Razidan Ghazalli.

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NPM expects RM1b sales

NATIONAL Panasonic (M) Sdn Bhd (NPM) is optimistic that its sales for the current financial year ending March 31, 2004 would surpass the RM1bil mark, managing director Jiro Tomotani said.

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Only 8.9% of managers in Japan are women

Only 8.9% of managerial positions are occupied by women in Japan, compared with the Philippines 58.1% and US 46%.

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Lucrative ground for investors

SRI Lanka is inviting Malaysian businessmen to invest in the war-torn island nation as it steps up efforts to lay the groundwork for peace.

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Public Bank: Govt stimulus impact positive

THE government#039;s economic package is expected to have positive impact on the economy in the short and long term.