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Pharmaniaga MD: Profit can grow 20% after modernisation

PHARMANIAGA Bhd can continue to grow its profits by about 20% this year if it carries on with its modernisation and mechanisation efforts to improve its efficiency, managing director Azhar Hussain said yesterday.


Faber working hard to restructure debts

FABER Group Bhd is having a tough time restructuring its debts as bondholders have failed to reach agreement among themselves while its hotel assets have not attracted acceptable offer prices.


SC unveils criteria for PN4 firms seeking re-listing

THE Securities Commission (SC) has introduced a set of criteria for de-listed PN4 companies seeking re-listing on the KLSE.


Advertising blitz to battle the SARS effects

The Star's representatives held discussions with a panel on the effects of SARS on tourism.


Missouri jury finds in favor of tobacco companies

A Missouri jury on Tuesday returned a verdict in favor of three tobacco giants in a product liability lawsuit against the cigarette makers.


RM100mil Tiens Malaysia plant for health products

TIENS Health Development (M) Bhd (Tiens Malaysia) plans to set up a RM100mil plant to produce I>halal/Ihealth-enhancing products for the South-East Asian and Middle East markets.


Analysts consider re-rating Resorts

RESORTS World Bhd share price has surged more than 28% or RM2.15 from its recent low of RM7.55 posted in April when many were dumping the shares amid worries over the impact of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak on the company#039;s earnings.


UFL gearing up to be key Asean contender

UNIVERSAL Fitness amp; Leisure Sdn Bhd, or UFL as it is better known within the fitness equipment industry and outdoor sports market, is looking towards establishing itself as a serious contender in the Asean region.


Fitness First clubs going places in Asia

MIKE Balfour, the English entrepreneur who brought affordably priced health and fitness clubs across the globe is singing the praises of Fitness First#039;s uphill growth in Asia.


Career switch proves therapeutic

For most people, switching careers can be a traumatic experience as it involves meeting new people, learning a new set of skills and trying to impress the boss all over again.