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CEOS believe Malaysia will do well in 2003 despite uncertainties for the global economy.
A LITTLE over a month ago, the chief creative officer of Lowe Partners Worldwide, Adrian Holmes, was in the city to give a back-to-basics talk titled I>Thinking Inside the Box/I>.
HE is a man of taste and ideas. Well-travelled and worldly, this owner knew exactly what he wanted and he went out to build one of the finest dwellings that have ever stood in Damansara Heights. But circumstances have a strange way of making plans go awry. And so man may build. But he need not necessarily be the one to enjoy the passion of his labour.
IN A builders environment today where it seems hip to be viewed as an up-market high-end developer, it has been interesting to watch MK Land Holdings Bhd flaunt its focus on building affordable houses. And it has made some steady profits from it as well, having emerged a strong player in the country's property scene and one of the largest capitalised property companies too.
THE construction sector will be one of the prime beneficiaries of the government#146;s efforts to pump-prime the economy, according to AmResearch Sdn Bhd executive director Gan Kim Khoon.
LEO Burnett Advertising Sdn Bhd is one of the country#8217;s creative powerhouses and it services some of the biggest Malaysian corporations, including Petronas, Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia Airlines and Bumiputra-Commerce Bank. So one would think the agency hardly has anything to feel inadequate about.
Every ten years, some believes, the stock market will witness a bull run. Does the Malaysian market have the ingredients to turn that into a reality today?
A GAMBLER could do worse. Given the odds of five-to-one, he would probably have been willing to take his chances on Magnum Corp Bhd.
Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd's huge borrowings may put off investors, but nobody can accuse the plantation group of doing nothing to lighten its debt burden. Last Friday, it announced that a subsidiary company would sell some development land in Klang for RM169 million cash.
BELLEVIEW Holdings Sdn Bhd is kicking off the Chinese New Year with the development of 73 units of luxurious condominium, with a gross development value of about RM30mil, in Tanjung Bungah tomorrow, according to its executive director Ng Chee Keong.