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APP lines up products for export

APP Industries Bhd, scheduled to list on the KLSE second board in August, plans to introduce in the fourth quarter a new range of lawn and garden ornamental sandstone products for the export market.


Firms enter Indian market

Malaysian firm OPI Services (M) Sdn Bhd is entering the field of health and medical services in India, including the setting up of hospitals.


S'pore may still avoid recession

SINGAPORE#8217;s economy, hit by the deadly Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak, is likely to shrink in the second quarter but may still escape recession this year, said Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong.


Plaza Rakyat project to resume with new contractor

CONSTRUCTION of the first phase of Plaza Rakyat is set to resume immediately following the appointment of Global Upline Sdn Bhd as the turnkey contractor yesterday.


ING looking at bigger slice of the medical sector

ING Insurance Bhd is eyeing a bigger piece of the medical or healthcare insurance market through its employee benefits coverage, its president Datuk Christopher Davies said.


Mampu to assist public sector in going online

THE Malaysian Administrative Mo-dernisation and Management Plan-ning Unit (Mampu) is coming out with a guide to help government departments go online.


Leaders find link between war and poverty

Fighting poverty is widely seen as the key to world peace and stability, a World Bank poll of 2,600 opinion leaders in 48 countries found, yet most respondents saw wealth gaps growing within and between their countries.


RM1m sales of stockings

UNITED Malaysian Medical Industries Sdn Bhd (UMMI), a distributor of medical equipment and products, expects to achieve sales of RM1mil from Medi compression stockings this year.


Economists cut Singapore growth forecast for 2003

The city-state's economic outlook took a hit yesterday as private economists halved their growth forecasts for 2003 following the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak and a slowdown in manufacturing.


Dazhong plans to sell its stake in Allianz JV

China#8217;s Dazhong Insu-rance aims to sell its stake in a mainland venture with Germany#8217;s Allianz, trying to enhance its financial health before going for a public listing, a Dazhong executive said on Monday.