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Jaya Tiasa: Oil palm next growth area

Fully integrated timber producer Jaya Tiasa Holdings Bhd is eyeing oil palm as its future income contributor and strategic growth area.


Commodity prices

Friday's Tin, Gold, Silver, Copper and other commodity prices.


Tahan intensifies agency force’s training

Tahan Insurance (M) Bhd regards its agency force as an important distribution channel to boost its business.


Five more showrooms to open next year

EON Auto Mart Sdn Bhd plans to open five more Mitsubishi showrooms in the country next year.


KBB Resources to produce sago starch

KBB Resources Bhd plans to expand to the upstream vermicelli business as part of its strategy to broaden its revenue base, group executive director Kenny C. T. Ang said.


Samudra to build two new tankers for EAT

E.A. Technique (M) Sdn Bhd (EAT) has appointed Sumber Samudra Sdn Bhd (Samudra) to design and construct two new tankers worth RM112mil as part of its fleet expansion exercise.


Ta Ann set for new profit boost

Ta Ann Holdings Bhd expects its new venture in Tasmania to contribute 10% to 20% to net profit from fiscal year 2007 onwards, following the completion of the RM90mil rotary peeled veneer (RPV) mill by year-end, managing director Wong Kuo Hea said at a briefing for analysts.


More Uni.Asia regular premium products

Uni.Asia Life Assurance Bhd, which recorded the industry's highest growth in regular premium products in the first nine months of 2005, will intensify its efforts to launch more such products from this year. Chief executive officer Ooi Say Teng said these would include investment-linked products that were regular premium based.


Eight Malaysians make Forbes billionaire list

EIGHT Malaysians have joined the ranks of the world's richest, according to the I>Forbes 2006 /I>list of billionaires.


McDonald's seeks franchisees

Golden Arches Restaurants Sdn Bhd, which operates the McDonald's chain of quick-service restaurants in Malaysia, hopes to see 60% of its stores taken up by franchisees in the future, said executive vice-president Ng Su Onn.