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I>Finance Asia /I>magazine has singled out four Malaysian companies and a global Malaysian bond issue for the best awards in various categories for 2002.
Shares of CITIC Securities Co Ltd, the first brokerage to go public in mainland China, made a limp market debut yesterday, boding ill for future fund-raisings by a struggling Chinese securities industry.
NOW that corporate debt restructuring exercises are largely over, the market focus this year will likely be on corporate mergers and acquisitions, where companies with strong balance sheets continue to look at overseas assets.
KLSE second board candidate SKP Resources Bhd is on track to achieve RM12.1mil in pre-tax profit for the year ending March 31, 2003.
NESTLE (M) Bhd has proven to be a good defensive stock that has consistently rewarded shareholders with impressive dividends.
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IN THE end, Datuk Mohamed Azman Yahya went back to Plan A #8211; that is, to directly list his IT and corporate services businesses.
BACKDOOR listings are becoming an attractive option for many aspiring to be listed on the KL Stock Exchange.
COUNTRY Heights Holdings Bhd has deferred a critical bondholders#146; meeting intended to seek their approval for a lump sum redemption of its entire RM200mil redeemable unsecured bonds at maturity on Dec 31, 2005, instead of a yearly RM50mil redemption until maturity.
THE first two initial public offerings (IPOs) of the year in Singapore are looking to reap S$9.2mil in net proceeds for expansion, among other plans.