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Global markets to be driven by geopolitics in short term

The first part yesterday of the roundtable discussions dwelt on the KLSE#8217;s lacklustre performance for 2002, and the factors contributing to its weakness. The concluding part talks about the market#8217;s probable outlook for this year, given the looming prospect of war in Iraq.

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A promising year lies ahead

CEOS believe Malaysia will do well in 2003 despite uncertainties for the global economy.

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Wooing China, Mid-East tourists

TODAY'S CEO OUTLOOK 2003 features two CEOs in the hotel sector and one in the information technology (IT) industry

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Samsung Heavy and Hyundai Heavy win US$1.5b jobs

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd and Samsung Heavy Industries Co Ltd have won more overseas orders worth nearly US$1.5bil in total.

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Mister Natural aims to change the world

The practical side of this dreamer was forged early. Taniguchi was just 8 years#8217; old and just a mile and a quarter from ground zero when the atom bomb hit Hiroshima. Aside from losing his hair for a while, he was unharmed.

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Ranhill gets aggressive

RANHILL Bhd, a favourite among the small capital construction stocks, clearly eager to continue to please, plans to double its order book as well as move into a new business #8211; power generation.

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Zeti: M’sia has potential to become global player

MALAYSIA has the potential to be a global player so long as its products and services are in demand by the rest of the world, and its ideas continue to draw interest and acceptance.

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Smaller companies head to Asia for investments

Apart from the large investments abroad that have made headline news such as the acquisition of Unilever group assets by IOI Corp Bhd and Wessex Water by YTL Power International Bhd, there were also many companies with smaller market capitalisation which crossed the border last year.

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How sustainable is our recovery?

Going into 2003, Malaysia economic recovery is expected to be sustainable in spite of a slowing US economy. We see real GDP sustaining at 4.3% in 2003 (2002e: 4.0%).

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Petronas and Petrovietnam sign exploration contract

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd (Petronas) and its Vietnamese counterpart, Petrovietnam, signed yesterday a contract to jointly explore and develop hydrocarbon resources in two exploration blocks offshore Vietnam.