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UOB on firm footing in Sarawak

UNITED Overseas Bank (UOB) will have a stronger presence in Sarawak when its third branch in the state is operational.


Great Eastern targets 20% growth in 2004 sales

GREAT Eastern Life Assurance (M) Bhd is targeting a 20% growth in sales this year, director and chief executive officer Alex Foong Soo Hah said.


Mines City attracts high-end homes

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he says: It'S getting real hot. No, I am not talking of the weather but the sizzling sales of serviced apartments in the vicinity of the Mines Resort City in Seri Kembangan.


Rubber glove makers show resilience

IN an environment where many manufacturers have reported smaller profits due to high raw material costs, the rubber gloves industry has shown its profitability can strengthen despite high latex costs.


MAS to start with A380 service on the Australia-Europe route

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) plans to deploy the first two of the six A380 - the world's largest commercial aircraft - ordered from Airbus for its Australia-Europe route beginning with its winter schedule in 2007.


Exciting CNY event in store

TO start the Chinese New Year celebrations at 1 Utama Shopping Complex were the Kwong Ngai Lion Dance Troupe, who performed several acrobatic flips across poles.


Campaign to attract foreign exchange of RM44.5bil

The much-awaited Visit Malaysia Year (VMY) 2007 is expected to bring in big bucks for the country and place it in the forefront as a destination of choice.


Penang identifying buses for transport system

The Penang state government is identifying suitable buses to buy for its new state-managed public transportation system on the noshade size=1 width=50%>


Ken 2 in a league of its own

COLOURFUL brochures often paint a glossy picture of housing projects but the final product can turn out to be a sham, leaving purchasers feeling short changed and dissatisfied.


Ground-breaking for Sentosa project

Genting Bhd's Singapore-listed subsidiary Genting International Plc (GIL) took a step closer to securing the republic's second casino licence yesterday as it held a ground-breaking ceremony for the soon-to-be-built Resorts World at Sentosa.