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ROTIBOY, your neighbourhood baker, is going places. The chain, operated by Rotiboy Bakeshoppe Sdn Bhd, is aiming to open six or seven more outlets in the Selangor and Federal Territory suburbs of Klang, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Cheras and Wangsa Maju within two years.
IN investment, hindsight has little value other than to provide excuses. However, when something from the past looks like being repeated, hindsight can be useful.
OFFERING the liquidity of a stock market as it is traded like stocks yet providing stable bond-like yields, real estate investment trusts (REITs) look set to become an explosive phenomenon in Asia.
Competition in banking grows by the day and the CIMB Bhd and Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd group is not standing still but looking to expand domestically and regionally. BMW Malaysia understands competition in the niche and premium car segment is fierce and is taking steps to ensure that its position in the segment is not compromised. The steel-making business is also under pressure but Ornasteel Holdings Bhd wants the steel development policy to be more balanced between upstream and downstream interests
While most of his friends would bug their parents for more money, Kenny Goh at 17 decided he would supplement his pocket money by starting a small business with younger brothers Henry, 14, and Chee Seng, 11.
CRUDE palm oil (CPO) brokers and dealers are crying foul over Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd's move to sell its CPO futures daily settlement prices, particularly to Singapore-based Joint Asian Derivatives Exchange (JADE).
LOCAL plantation companies, particularly those with huge investments in palm-based biodiesel projects, are eagerly awaiting the biodiesel bill to be passed by the Parliament next month.
Natural rubber is Tan Sri B. C. Sekhar's primary passion. When the government recently proposed setting up a multi-million-ringgit sports academy in Brickendonbury, it was the former chair of both the Rubber Research Institute and the International Rubber Research and Development Board who had voiced the most credible and irrefutable objection to the plan.