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Lifestyle

Rubber revival

Rubber discards can be reclaimed and turned into new goods but such efforts are hindered by poor collection of the waste, writes TAN CHENG LI.

Business

Rubber prices head north

NATURAL rubber (NR) prices continued to strengthen in the second quarter of this year, dismissing any sign of weakening as forecasted earlier. This is given global tight supplies and strong demand from major consuming countries.

Business

Stockwatch

HANIM ADNAN takes a look at stocks: Bandar Raya, KL Kepong, Proton, Affin and Top Clove.

Business

RM50mil rubber factories planned in Sarawak

Titi Latex group and Guangdong Agribusiness Group Corp of China plan to jointly invest up to US$50mil in factories to process and produce rubber in Sarawak.

Business

New agriculture scheme for players

IT was a clear-cut message from the Government to position the agriculture sector as the country's third economic growth engine in the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP).

Business

9MP: Reactions

Reactions to the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) from various sectors.

Business

Agriculture to be major focus of 9MP

The agriculture sector is widely expected to be the main focus of the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) to be announced tomorrow.

Business

Latexx makes turnaround

Rubber glove manufacturer Latexx Partners Bhd turned around for the year ended Dec 31, 2005 with a net profit of RM4.3mil against a net loss of RM668,000 a year ago.

Business

Top Glove expects higher prices

Leading rubber glove manufacturer Top Glove Sdn Bhd believes that prices could go up as much as 10% for gloves in view of the rising price trends for latex concentrate and crude oil, both of which are key components in natural rubber and synthetic rubber gloves.

Community

Ex-directors sue for RM7.8m

B>IPOH:/BFour former directors of public-listed rubber glove factory APL Industries Bhd are suing the company and its subsidiary APL Products Sdn Bhd for owing them a total of RM7.895mil.