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PetChem’s earnings likely to soften in Q2 and Q3

PETALING JAYA: The earnings of Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd (PetChem) are expected to soften in the second quarter (2Q19) and this is likely to further weaken in the next quarter with a heavy plant turnaround, says Affin Hwang Capital Research.

Going gets tough for chip makers

The going is getting tough for Malaysian companies in the semiconductor scene as global semiconductor sales hit the brakes after three consecutive years of record performance.

New milestone for furniture fair

THE Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF) 2019 crossed the billion-dollar mark in sales for the first time in its 25-year history.

Ted Akiskalos appointed new Carlsberg Malaysia MD

PETALING JAYA: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd has appointed Theodoros “Ted” Akiskalos (pic) as its managing director effective May 1 to replace Lars Lehmann who has been promoted to executive vice-president of Eastern Europe, Carlsberg A/S.

Carlsberg Malaysia appoints Akiskalos managing director

PETALING JAYA: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd has appointed Theodoros (Ted) Akiskalos as managing director, succeeding Lars Lehmann who has been promoted as executive vice president, Eastern Europe of Carlsberg group, effective May 1.

Bursa closes higher after Q4 2018 GDP exceeds forecast

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia closed higher on Thursday after the economy in the fourth quarter grew above expectations and Bank Negara expects steady growth for this year.

Perodua targets 4% sales growth in 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Perodua is targeting a sales performance of 231,000 units in 2019, 4% over its record performance of 227,243 units last year.

Lewis Hamilton's landmarks on way to 80th pole

LONDON (Reuters) - Four-times world champion Lewis Hamilton seized a record-extending 80th Formula One pole position in Japan on Saturday. The following looks at the other landmark poles in the Mercedes driver's career:

Markets shrug as more shots fired in tariffs war

REVIEW: The confirmation that US President Donald Trump was moving ahead with tariffs on US$200bil of Chinese imports was bound to make waves on the global markets.