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Biotechnology-based firm Inproser all set for Mesdaq listing

THE KLSE's Mesdaq market will see the listing of what is probably the first biotechnology-based company when Inproser Bhd makes its initial public offering (IPO) to raise RM 70mil before the year is out.

Asia fund-raising dives

Sales of new equity and equity-related securities in Asia sank nearly 60% in the first quarter this year as worries over the impact of the Iraq war on regional economies kept investors away from markets.

RSA hopes to raise A$2b from Australasian float

London-based Royal Sun Alliance (RSA) plc is hoping to raise up to A$2.1bil from a float of its Australasian units, braving tumbling stock markets to launch Australia#8217;s biggest initial public offering (IPO) in five years.

KLIG plans to use 95% of proceeds to pay up debts

KL Infrastructure Group Bhd (KLIG), which hopes to be listed on the KLSE main board by June this year, plans to use 95% of the projected RM100mil proceeds to retire borrowings, executive director Al-Jeffery Ibrahim said.

Guthrie hopes to list Indon plantation operations next year

KUMPULAN Guthrie Bhd may consider listing its Indonesian plantation operations next year if the market scenario is conducive, group chief executive Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said.

Foreign news in brief

Highlights on: Citigroup considering 3 major buys; BHP Steel opens new plants in China; China Life steps up IPO plans

NTPM to diversify current product base

NTPM Holdings Bhd, one of Malaysia#039;s largest manufacturers of tissue paper, toilet rolls and paper products, plans to strengthen its position in the local market while expanding overseas and di-versify its current product base over the next five years.

Pros & cons of measures

#8220;IT is the best the government can do in the current situation,#8221; says Alliance Merchant Bank's head of research Nor Zahidi Alias. He joins a chorus of other market observers and analysts on the recent 10-point measures to give the capital market a boost.

Market players hail new measures introduced by Government

CAPITAL market players and observers have generally welcomed the new measures unveiled by the government to boost the market, but they do not expect an immediate effect given the current global uncertainties and poor market sentiment.

Abdullah announces 10 steps to make companies more attractive

The Government announced 10 measures, including new guidelines for the listing of large companies, aimed at further enhancing the Malaysian capital market.