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KUALA LUMPUR: As the dust settles on a graft probe and a public leadership tussle, the world’s biggest producer of crude palm oil is heading into 2018 with a plan to tackle its perception problem.
SEOUL: Oil’s revival from the biggest crash in a generation persisted, with prices set for a second annual gain after weathering everything from hurricanes and Middle East conflict to the tussle between Opec and US shale.
Review: With regard to the highly anticipated year-end rally on the equities market, investors weren’t disappointed and got what they had been hoping for.
Najib: The World Bank reports that “The Malaysian economy is progressing from a position of strength”, and we expect healthy growth next year and further reduction of the deficit, as we continue to take all steps necessary to build the nation and promote the safety, welfare and happiness of the Malaysian people.
CALGARY: Oil bulls are charging into the new year with unprecedented vigour, and the credit goes to the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec).
PETALING JAYA: Caring Pharmacy Group Bhd, the local pharmaceutical retail chain with 110 outlets in the country, is said to have attracted the interest of a South Korean foreign equity firm.
Amid stiff market competition, the century-old plantation sector will continue to struggle with long-standing labour shortage, rising operating costs, dwindling demand in traditional export markets and increasing anti-palm oil campaigns in the West, say market analysts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia recorded a net inflow of foreign funds into the equities amounting to RM10.33bil (US$2.36bil) in 2017, the highest annual net inflow since 2012.