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Bonia leatherwear a hit in Japan

FEW fashion houses have had their products sold in a competitive market like Japan, but Bonia Corp Bhd, a Malaysian home-grown company that has gone international, has two boutiques in Tokyo and one in Ginza, the most exclusive and expensive of Japanese shopping centres.


Public Bank bags award for good governance

PUBLIC Bank Bhd (PBB) has won yet another corporate governance award. The bank yesterday bagged the Malaysian Business Corporate Governance Award 2003 for the second consecutive year. Last year, it won the award jointly with IJM Corp Bhd.


Danaharta tender for seven properties

PENGURUSAN Danaharta Nasional Bhd announced yesterday the launch of a specific tender offering seven properties for sale on an 'as-is-where-is' basis. The tender closes at 5pm on Aug 26.


Sagil, the pride and joy of IOI

ONE can't help but feel awed by the achievement of IOI group's Sagil Estate, which registered 8.23 tonnes of crude palm oil (CPO) per ha with record breaking fresh fruit bunches' (FFB) production of 3.82 tonnes per ha for financial year ended June 30, 2005.


Koon Huat plans to increase exports

Koon Huat Agriculture (M) Sdn Bhd, a company specialising in planting and marketing watermelons for the local and foreign markets, plans to increase its exports by penetrating the Middle East market through Dubai.


PBB wins governance award for fifth year

Public Bank Bhd (PBB) has won the Malaysian Business Corporate GovernanceAward for the fifth consecutive year. In ceremony yesterday, PBB chairman Tan Sri Teh Hong Piow received the award for 2006 from Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen.


Parliament: ‘Ringgit is still stable’

Although the ringgit has gone down in foreign exchange value since last year, the currency is still stable.



IN the column, Tax Insights (April 14), the columnist quoted former Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha as stating that 'there were currently some two million people who should be paying taxes, but only around 1.1 million people were paying taxes now.'


Still waiting for dream home

ALL that Gevanantham Marimuthu (Geva) wanted was to move into his dream home in a 'botanical township' which he had bought at Lembah Beringin, located at the fringes of Tanjung Malim, approximately 50km away from Kuala Lumpur. Sadly, he's been waiting to do that for 10 years.


Resort township still an oil palm estate

FOR Christopher John and many other aggrieved buyers of the abandoned Bandar Golden Valley Golf Resort in Jasin, Melaka, the road towards finding a solution has been long and gruelling.