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Mega sees RM10m sales from new drink

MEGA Herb Products (M) Sdn Bhd hopes to generate sales of RM10.4mil over a year with its latest I>Energiser/Iherbal energy concentrate drink, Managing director Rohani Ahmad said.

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News in brief

News in brief on: Maybank, Paos, Rubberex, D.B.E. Gurney Resources, Chin Teck, Paos, Suremax, Tong Herb, Suiwah, AKN Technology, Padini, SEG, Nam Fat, Yeo Hiap Seng, Globetronics, Tamco, Gadang, Seloga, Spritzer and TAP Resources.---------------------------------------------

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YTL’s Pangkor Laut Resort a national tourism treasure

WHAT is so special about Pangkor Laut Resort that this tiny island has won so many international awards?

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The ‘ummph’ lives on in Boh

EASILY one of the most familiar local brand and household name, it will not come as a surprise that more Malaysians drink Boh tea than any other brand of tea.

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LHC to go into health food farming

LIQUA Health Corp Bhd (LHC), a multi-level marketing (MLM) company en route to a listing on the KLSE main board, plans to venture into health food farming as part of its long-term strategy to broaden its income base said chairman Datuk Mohd Sarit Yusoh.

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Tiens Malaysia to set up Penang plant

TIENS Health Development (M) Sdn Bhd, better known as Tiens Malaysia, will soon invest between US$20mil and US$30mil in a plant in Penang.

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Gateway to halal market

FOR foreign manufacturers wishing to tap the Muslim market, Malaysia is an ideal place to set up production facilities, Tianjin Tianshi Group Co Ltd chairman Li Jin Yuan said.

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Kepala Batas a new hot spot for growth

THE sleepy town of Kepala Batas in North Seberang Prai, which is fast progressing as one of the country#039;s biggest growth centres, is set to play an integral role at international level.

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Krames on corporate leadership

LIKE most love affairs which end badly, this one has left a bitter taste in the mouth. Corporate leaders, once superheroes and revered bringers of wealth and happiness, have fallen out of favour with their adoring fans in America.

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Customers hold key to entrepreneurs’ success

ENTREPRENEURS can still succeed in a globalised economy dominated by large corporations as long as they focus on and meet the needs of their customers, said Jeffrey A. Krames, author of I>The Jack Welch Lexicon of Leadership/I>.