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Guinness projects steady turnover

GUINNESS Anchor Bhd, which posted revenue of RM725.4mil for the financial year ended June 30, expects to maintain or slightly improve on its turnover in the current year.

Business

Car ads rise as market improves

CAR makers are likely to spend more on advertising given the encouraging motor vehicle sales figures released recently as well as in anticipation of more intense competition among industry players in the near future.

Business

Sime: Better high-end property market seen

SIME UEP Properties Bhd is looking forward to higher demand next year for high-end properties costing RM300,000 and above, especially premium linked houses, semi-detached houses and bungalows in the right location.

Business

Referrals help ring up Digistar sales

DIGISTAR Corp Bhd founder and managing director Lee Wah Chong#146;s recipe for staying power in the systems integration industry is simple - giving customer satisfaction.

Business

Pacific Mutual gets SC nod to raise fund size

PACIFIC Mutual Fund Bhd has received the Securities Commission#039;s (SC) approval to increase the maximum approved fund size of its Pacific SELECT Balance Fund.

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Better legal system sought

CHINA'S legal system and market environment need to be further improved for the healthy development of Chinese entrepreneurs, according to a survey on 10 years of growth and development of Chinese entrepreneurs.

Business

New Volvo distributor targets first-year sales of 500 cars

OPERATING in a highly competitive luxury car market environment, Swedish Marque Sdn Bhd, the newly appointed distributor of Volvo passenger cars, has targeted sales of 500 units in the first year of its operation, general manager Pang Cheong Yan said.

Business

A smaller budget deficit on the cards

THE Budget 2004 to be presented on Sept 12 is expected to be another deficit budget, though the size may be smaller when compared with the average deficit of 4.5% of gross domestic product (GDP) during the 1998-2003 period, says Dr Rozali Mohamed Ali, Association of Banks in Malaysia chairman.

Business

Boost private sector growth

WHAT could possibly be in store in the 2004 Budget? Some are pinning hopes on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad to unveil a people-oriented budget, packaged with goodies for the rakyat and incentives for investors.

Business

LBS Bina confident of better performance this year

LBS Bina Group Bhd is confident of performing better this year, having achieved total sales of RM353mil in the first eight months of its financial year ending Dec 31 compared with the same amount for the whole of 2002.