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Johor Ruler invests in Sri Lanka

PETALING JAYA: The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, is making an investment into the US$100mil industrial zone for pharmaceutical manufacturers in Sri Lanka.

Breakfast briefing: Thursday, August 25

Breakfast briefing: August 25

GOB shares close lower

PETALING JAYA: Shares of Global Oriental Bhd (GOB) closed lower despite the company’s announcement of a plan to acquire 279.86 acres of freehold land in Bentong, Pahang for RM170.67mil.

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, June 7

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, June 7

Global Oriental unit buys land near Genting Highlands for RM170.7mil

PETALING JAYA: Global Oriental Bhd’s 51%-owned subsidiary Sering Manis Sdn Bhd is buying 279.86 acres of land located just 11km from the peak of Genting Highlands for RM170.7mil.

Bursa highlights for Mon, June 6

The companies that made notable announcements to Bursa Malaysia on Monday - the first day of Ramadan - were DRB-HICOM, GLOBAL ORIENTAL, KUB MALAYSIA, MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING, NEXGRAM, SIME DARBY and WZ SATU.

Global Oriental buys Bentong land for RM170.7mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Global Oriental Bhd has proposed to acquire 279.86 acres in Bentong, Pahang, where it sees potential for “resort-like residential and commercial development”. for RM170.67mil.

Bursa highlights for Friday, Jan 22

Among companies that made notable announcements on Friday were CAB CAKARAN, EASTERN & ORIENTAL, GLOBAL ORIENTAL, LAY HONG, MERCURY INDUSTRIES, NEXGRAM, SAPURAKENCANA PETROLEUM, and SHELL REFINING COMPANY.

Global Oriental to develop RM900mil property project in Perak

KUALA LUMPUR: Global Oriental Bhd (GOB) plans to develop a mixed development project with an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM900mil on state government land in Manjung, Perak.

A project that ended in a whimper

WHEN the Penang Global City Centre (PGCC) was launched in 2007, it was touted as a major game changer to Penang. But it ended in a whimper partly because of its sheer scale which was not feasible.