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Rubber firms unfazed by rising costs

WHILE most rubber industry players are struggling to survive the impact of rising costs, given escalating prices of basic raw materials like SMR 20 and bulk latex, several listed rubber product companies contacted by I>StarBiz/Ihave expressed optimism they would maintain their net profit margins going forward.

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Oil & gas sector among top picks

The economy in Malaysia may slow slightly in the second half of the year, but there are sectors that will continue to do well, or even excite. This is the view of fund managers at the roundtable discussion on the economy and stock market.

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Economic slowdown likely to be moderate

The economy in Malaysia may slow slightly in the second half of the year, but there are sectors that will continue to do well, or even excite. This is the view of fund managers at the roundtable discussion on theeconomy and stock market hosted by StarBiz.

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Rubber prices to surge further

RUBBER prices, which rallied last year, have continued to surge this year fuelled by strong demand and soaring crude oil prices.

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Top Glove improving efficiency

Top Glove executive chairman and CEO Datuk Dr Lim Wee Chai talks about improving efficiency at the group's manufacturing plant and strategy for growth. He also shares his opinion on the trends that could take place in the rubber glove industry.

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Public Bank rated best managed in Asia

PUBLIC Bank Bhd took the top spot in FinanceAsia's Malaysian component of its Asia's Best Managed Companies 2005 Poll.

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Glove makers: Maintain special tariff for natural gas

THE Malaysian Rubber Glove Manufacturers Association (MRGMA) has urged the Government to maintain the special tariff for natural gas beyond December 2005.---------------------------------------------

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Top glove to maintain dividend

TOP Glove Corp Bhd expects to maintain a good dividend payout of at least 30% of the group's net profit for the current financial year ending Aug 31, executive chairman Datuk Dr Lim Wee Chai said.

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Izwan Idris writes on EPIC, APLI, SCOMI, POS MALAYSIA and WW CABLE.