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Saleh upbeat about DRB-HICOM prospects

OPTIMISTIC - that#039;s how group chairman Tan Sri Mohd Saleh Sulong feels about the DRB-HICOM Bhd group#039;s prospects this year.

Wooing China, Mid-East tourists

TODAY'S CEO OUTLOOK 2003 features two CEOs in the hotel sector and one in the information technology (IT) industry

Average lending rates likely to decline, says SJ Securities

AVERAGE lending rates are expected to come off slightly, which is not surprising as focus of loans growth is retail driven, said SJ Securities research head Anthony Dass.

How high can it go?

ASK around.It is a foregone conclusion that the local stock market is currently not too far off its lowest ebb. The mostpertinent question is how high can the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (CI)go in 2003?

Fighting the Bears

Will it hurt to look at the stock market in 2003? What are the stocks worth putting your money in?

Single-digit growth for consumer sector

THE consumer sector, especially the food and beverage (FB) sub-sector, is anticipated to show single-digit growth for 2003 in line with the projected gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the year even though the health and growth of the consumer sector is really dependent on a whole host of factors, ranging from world commodity prices to local consumer spending habits.

Glass venture to lift F&N earnings

SOFT drink manufacturer Fraser Neave Holdings Bhd (FN) expects its glass division to post an improvement to both earnings and revenue in the financial year ending Sept 30, 2003.

KPJ caps new spending

PRIVATE healthcare services provider KPJ Healthcare Bhd will in future keep its budget for new hospitals within a RM100mil limit.

Trick to succeeding with teams

What made Atilla the Hun, Genghis Khan and Alexander the Great succeed? Not unsurprisingly, it is the same thing that makes modern companies successful. The answer is good teamwork with motivated leadership, of course.

How sustainable is our recovery?

Going into 2003, Malaysia economic recovery is expected to be sustainable in spite of a slowing US economy. We see real GDP sustaining at 4.3% in 2003 (2002e: 4.0%).