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Haisan sees more revenue from logistics services and warehousing

HAISAN Resources Bhd expects to achieve higher revenue growth from its temperature-controlled logistics (TCL) services and warehousing division.


Japanese truck makers up exports to SE Asia

Japanese truck makers, such as Isuzu Motors Ltd and Hino Motors Ltd, are expanding exports to South-East Asia and China in a bid to meet rising demand in these potentially large markets, the I>Nihon Keizai Shimbun/Ireported.


Standard Life to buy 25.1% in China Asset Management

Standard Life Assurance Co will buy a 25.1% stake in China Asset Management Co at between 5 and 5.6 yuan per share, the Economic Observer reported, without citing sources.


Bringing back the tourist dollars

The outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and the Iraq war were the twin issues that wreaked havoc in world travel and tourism. Star Biz held a panel discussion with some experts.


Advertising blitz to battle the SARS effects

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


Tourism setbacks over the years

By the same token therefore,SARS alsobrings fear to the general public.Thus whatSARS and the Asian financial crisis have incommon was the creation of a crisis of confidence.


China rejects speculation of yuan revaluation

China dismissed yesterday US comments that it was planning to change its currency regime, dampening market speculation that it might allow the yuan to rise to ease pressure from its huge balance of payments surplus.


SARS slows foreign cash to China

Foreign investment in China showed a strong annual rise in May, but far fewer deals were struck for future projects as the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak kept investors away, the government said.


Embrace IT, businesses told

THE Chinese IT authority wants Chinese enterprises to embrace information technology to better manage their businesses.


Nissan's US$2b China venture set to take off

Japan#8217;s third largest carmaker, Nissan Motor Co, said yesterday its US$2bil joint venture with China#8217;s third largest car firm would open on July 1, with six new models lined up to tackle the fast-growing market.