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Like everyone on the Best Dressed list, Kam swears he dresses to please himself. The first time he made it on the Hong Kong Fashion Designers#8217; list was in 1993.
By Johan Fernandez
THE darkest period may be over but there are still no clear signs of recovery in the local semiconductor industry. Nonetheless, the industry is generally hopeful of a recovery in the second half of this year.
Kathy Fong writes on Utusan, MMC, Genting, Celcom and Atlan.
Dr ONG HEAN-TATT writes on hill clearing and how it adversely affects the soil stability and feng shui of the area.
What remains a mystery is Real Madrid's motive in acquiring David Beckham. FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM points out that Beckham's on-pitch ability is not the sole factor in determining the move.
B>SINGAPORE: /B>Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) said yesterday it has laid off 111 employees #150; about 3% of its 3,700 staff #150; and is not ruling out further retrenchments if the economy worsened and business was hit.
STRONG ongoing interest continued to push up prices of oil and gas related counters on the KLSE yesterday.
New share issues from Asia-Pacific outside of Japan fell nearly 29% in the first half of 2003, but they are expected to gather pace in the second half as investor fears over SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) fade and travel restrictions on investment bankers are lifted.
MARUICHI Malaysia Steel Tube Bhd chief executive officer and managing director Tunku Ya#039;acob Tunku Abdullah believes the company#039;s shares are currently still #147;grossly undervalued#148;, given that shareholders would soon be receiving dividends of RM2 net cash per share.