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Late CF will soon be a thing of the past

The Housing and Local Government Ministry is nearer to overcoming delays in the issuance of the Certificate of Fitness (CF) of Occupation.


More companies set for main board transfer

FIVE second board companies have transferred their listing to the KLSE main board in the past four months and more are expected to follow suit.


Transwater owns 51% in Hyundai-Berjaya

Transwater Corp Bhd (TCB) now owns 51 % equity interest in Hyun-dai-Berjaya Sdn Bhd (HBSB) via its acquisition of 100 % stake in Ber-jaya Systems Integrators Sdn Bhd (BSI).


PFB shareholders okay merger with bank

PUBLIC Finance Bhd (PFB) shareholders have approved the proposal to take the company private and merge its operation with parent Public Bank Bhd.


Government acts to protect businesses from effects of Iraq war

The Government has taken several measures to ensure the business community can withstand the effects of the Iraq war, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said.


Tuesday deadline to disburse RM120

HEADMASTERS have till Tuesday to disburse the RM120 allowance per student under the Poor Pupils#8217; Fund or face disciplinary action, Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad warned earlier this week.


First local SARS death reported

B>FIRST DEATH/B(April 6): The Health Ministry confirmed the first death related to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Mohamad Taha Arif said a 64-year-old Chinese male from Jerantut, Pahang, who died on March 30, was admitted to Kuala Lumpur Hospital in a serious condition a day earlier.


Caution over Chinese students going home

CHINESE nationals returning to local private colleges were not made to undergo any medical test upon arrival nor quarantined before being allowed to go back to their campuses. However, upon arrival at the KL International Airport, they were made to fill up a medical declaration form.


Understanding the difference in Islamic and conventional products

THE only difference in executing an Islamic versus a conventional product is the way the agreement is executed, the rest is status quo.


More Islamic products seen in the market

THE Islamic capital markets offer a range of products with an international appeal to suit the financial needs of issuers, but most Malaysian issuers have not bothered to venture beyond the Bai Bithaman Ajil (BBA) (deferred payment sale) type of issuance such as BBA Islamic debt issuance (BaIDS) or the Murabaha commercial paper/medium term notes programme.