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Former Olympic sprinter Datuk Dr M. Jegathesan, whose 200m national record set 40 years ago in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics still stands, has been chosen as one of five sports heroes to represent Malaysia in the Athens Olympics torch relay in Crete Island in Greece on July 10.
Although the five Malaysians selected to represent the country in the Athens 2004 Olympic Torch Relay expressed surprise at being chosen, none was happier than Nurul Huda Abdullah.
Tokyo Customs said yesterday it has suspended imports of plasma display panels (PDPs) made by Samsung SDI in response to a request by Japanese chips-to-computer conglomerate Fujitsu Ltd.
SAMSUNG Electronics Co Ltd sees revenue from sales of its digital liquid crystal display (LCD) television sets, notebooks and printers in Malaysia rising more than 20% this year, said vice-president of digital media network business David Steel.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Asia's most valuable electronics company, said yesterday its quarterly profit almost trebled to a record on roaring demand for chips, handsets and flat screens, and forecast a solid second quarter.
AMBANK Bhd has launched the I>Let's Duit DreamCharge/Icontest that offers its credit cardholders the chance to make their most cherished dreams come true.
The benchmark index of the Taiwan Stock Exchange closed up 81.41 points, or 1.2 percent, at 6,818.20, recouping some of Thursday's 2.1 percent decline.
Singing sensation Siti Nurhaliza has been appointed Samsung Electronics Malaysia Sdn Bhd IT products division ambassador.
SAMSUNG Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd is targeting a 15%-17% increase in sales to US$280mil this year from US$240mil in 2003, managing director Won Jong-Duk said.
Nokia Corp's shock first-quarter sales warning - coming as markets had been hoping it would raise its profit forecast for the period - is hitting its stock hard, but is seen as a possible turning point for competitors including Siemens AG and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, analysts say.