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COME Jan 1 next year, the government will be imposing excise duties on all cars, not only imported cars. However, the quantum of the duties has yet to be determined, said Datuk Kamariah Hussain, the Finance Ministry#039;s head of tax analysis.
TRADEWINDS Bhd chief executive Mohd Redza Shah Abdul Wahid said he was very excited with the merger between the plantations of Tradewinds and Johore Tenggara Oil Palm Bhd (JTop). This will place the plantations in a focused public-listed vehicle. Redza and JTop's executive director Lim Edin Nom met I>Starbiz/Iassociate editor C.S. TAN to relate other aspects of merger. Here are excerpts from the interview.
LEADER Steel Holdings Bhd, a leading producer of furniture pipes in the region, sees huge potential in the China market for its new iron ore trading business, Group managing director Goh Cheng Huat told I>StarBiz/I>.
APPROVED Permit (AP) holders should be barred from importing cars that directly compete with national cars, the Proton Vendors Association said yesterday.
In an exclusive interview with StarBiz i>editor/iYAP LENG KUEN, Tengku Tan Sri Mahaleel Tengku Ariff spoke of the journey of Proton Holdings Bhd; how he has helmed the national car company and taken it to another level. He also shares his views on what it takes for Proton to be globally competitive.
Malaysian Automotive Assosiation president Datuk Aishah Ahmad talks to Danny Yap on the National Automotive Policy.