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Malaysia’s private sector debt soaring

PRIVATE sector debt in Malaysia is on the rise as business expansion continues to be fuelled by debt accumulation over the years.

Oriental sees higher CPO yields on new planting

GEORGE TOWN: Oriental Holdings Bhd is looking to deliver higher oil yields by planting additional oil palm trees in Indonesia and replanting ageing trees in Malaysia.

Top 40 Richest Malaysians: Part 6

GOH is the major shareholder of Silverlake Axis and together with his team, the company has carved out its presence in the banking sector.

Kuok still richest Malaysian

KUALA LUMPUR: Robert Kuok retains his No. 1 spot on the 2019 Forbes Malaysia Rich List with a net worth of US$12.8bil despite a fall in his wealth by US$2bil.

Kuok still Malaysia's richest despite US$2b fall in wealth: Forbes

KUALA LUMPUR: Robert Kuok retains his No. 1 spot on the 2019 Forbes Malaysia Rich List with a net worth of US$12.8bil despite a fall in his wealth by US$2bil.

Cultivating positive relationships at work

CREATING a conducive work environment is not only about providing good facilities and flexible working hours. It is also about cultivating good relationships and enabling a learning environment that will help your employees grow and progress in life.

Four-in-one anniversary bash

IT WAS an evening filled with many celebrations for the 800 guests who attended the Oriental Sports Club 2018 annual dinner at Istana Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Blue chips tread water early Tuesday, HLFG up

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips were treading water early Tuesday in directionless trade as investors were staying on the sidelines, awaiting leads from local funds while key Asian markets fell.

Oriental plans to operate its new oil mill in Indonesia next year

GEORGE TOWN: Oriental Holdings Bhd’s fourth oil mill, to be built at a cost of RM156.1mil, in Sumatra, Indonesia will start operations in 2019.

Bumpy road ahead for autos as weak sales, poor sentiments seen

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian vehicle sales could fall for a third year in a row in 2018, weighed down by weaker sales, poor consumer sentiment, stringent loan approval rates and generally unfavourable market conditions.