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Opcom to double fibre-optic cable production

OPCOM Holdings Bhd expects to raise its fibre optic cable production volume to about 2,500km per month from the current 1,200km by 2005, said chairman and managing director Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir.

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MMC, Tenaga Nasional, Opcom Holdings, BIMB Holdings, CIMB Bhd, Mentakab Rubber, Tronoh Mines and PJI Holdings.

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Opcom aims to tap broadband markets

Fibre-optic cable manufacturer Opcom Holdings Bhd aims to tap the local and international broadband markets next year, said chairman and managing director Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir.

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Hope yet for a rousing finish to the year by KL market

After a somewhat lacklustre pre-Christmas performance last week, the KL stock market put up a much better show yesterday, raising hopes that it may yet end the year with a bang rather than a whimper.

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2004 looking good for new share offerings on strong economy

INITIAL public offerings (IPOs) should do better this year given that the economy is expected to expand faster than it did last year. At the same time, the shorter time-to-listing is seen to reduce market risks quite significantly.

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News briefs on MSEB, Nam Fatt, Opcom Holdings, Padini, APL Industries, FN and Sindora.

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Good demand for fibre optic cables to drive Opcom earnings

OPCOM Holdings Bhd expects a robust and dynamic local market for fibre optic cables to help drive the company's future earnings, said chairman and managing director Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir.

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Versus the KLCI

Izwan Idris writes on Opcom, KNM, Southern Bank, Apex Healthcare and Sapura Motors.

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News briefs on Megan Holdings, IJM Corp, Isyoda, Sin Heng Chan, IOI Corp, Tenaga, Kumpulan Jetson, PNB, Seloga, FIMA, Petaling Garden, Pharmaniaga, OPCOM Holdings, Malaysia Pacific Land, ASIAAEP and OSK Holdings.

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Analysts: Small, medium-cap stocks likely to gain more interest

SMALL and medium-cap stocks are likely to attract more interest from investors and fund managers over the next six to 12 months, creating the potential for them to outperform their heavyweight and blue-chip peers in the medium term, said SBB Securities senior analyst Ng Jun Sheng.