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OPTIMISTIC - that#039;s how group chairman Tan Sri Mohd Saleh Sulong feels about the DRB-HICOM Bhd group#039;s prospects this year.
FIRST timers to Xian Leng Holdings Bhd#039;s ornamental fish farm in Batu Pahat may be awed by its high level of security with a watch tower, closed circuit TVs and double perimeter fences.
THE 2001 Gene Hackman flick I>Behind Enemy Lines/Iwas an otherwise forgettable testosterone #8211; fuelled action thriller that featured the usual two-dimensional bad guys and predictable plot lines. But to Kent Kresa, 64, it #8211; or at least the 30-second scene that plugged a fictional version of technology.
MALAYSIA, by emphasising on education and technology, and encouraging small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), has adopted the most appropriate stance in the current global trade scenario, where China is rapidly becoming the dominant trading power in Asia, according to I>Time/Imagazine senior editor (business and technology) Jim Erickson.
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.
Nozomi Hashimoto, a 26-year-old insurance worker, used to buy dozens of boxes of I>giri choco/I>, or obligation chocolates, on Valentine#8217;s Day to distribute to the men in her office. The tradition would set her back US$150 or so, but it was all but obligatory in Japan#8217;s gift-giving culture.
Online investment advisor Surf8.Com writes on DiGi and its prospects saying strong subscriber growth was propelling turnover.
THE current bullishness in the price of crude palm oil (CPO) will be somewhat affected by the middle of this year following emerging 'dampening' factors, particularly on the international front, according to Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) chief executive M.R. Chandran.