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Most players stand to benefit from big water projects

WHILE the promise of mega water projects has built up interest in water-related companies on the KLSE, not all industry players are expected to benefit equally from the future privatisation of water supply.


Sarawak bridging ties with Brunei

The new RM180mil bridge that links Sarawak to Brunei will mark a new chapter in the social, economic and diplomatic ties between Malaysia and Brunei, said Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud.

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Lee: We’re still competitive

RELATIVELY high wages may be eroding Singapore's competitiveness, but there is no reason to panic as the republic is still an attractive place to do business.


Syed Mokhtar surfaces

The country's seventh richest businessman, Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary, is buying little-known Indra Cita Sdn Bhd for RM2.5bil, and in the process has to undertake a mandatory general offer (MGO) for shares in Malaysian Mining Corporation Bhd (MMC) and Johor Port Bhd that he does not already own.


Gated community for security

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he writes that visitors to the recent MAPEX 2003 property exhibition held at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre from Aug 14 to 17 may have noticed that there are a number of new 'gated and guarded' residential developments in the Klang Valley.


Technology key to better anticipating and preventing outages

Every two to 10 seconds, the power grid operator for a clutch of Mid-Atlantic states collects thousands of measurements on voltage, circuit breaker positions and the like.



P.W. Thong and Elaine Ang write on YTL Power, CAHB, PPB Group, Petronas Dagangan and NV Multi.


An office in an instant

Businesses requiring an instant office can now be up and running before the ink is dry on the contract. Lee Lee Tan reports.


News in brief

News in brief on Linear Corp, Permaju, Acoustech, Formosa Prosonic, Tasek, Ranhill, Denko, KPS, Petronas Dagangan, Symphony, Oriental and Gadang Holdings.


PPB Group wins first China sewage project

A CONSORTIUM comprising Kerry Utilities Ltd (KUL), a 50% subsidiary of PPB Group Bhd held through Chemquest Sdn Bhd, has won the bid for a 20-year concession for a sewage treatment plant in Beijing, China.