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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.

News briefs

News briefs South Korean students accept North Koreans and Thai cops seize China-bound pangolins

Teach a child good values

MANY parents think it#8217;s premature to teach values to a toddler or pre-schooler. They believe that such lessons should wait until a child is old enough to understand the complex notions of right and wrong.

Foundry to feed Sabah industries

SABAH#146;S industrialisation programme is on track with the opening of the state#146;s first RM10mil cast iron and steel foundry operated by Unimekar Steel Sdn Bhd, according to Chief Minister Datuk Chong Kah Kiat.

Radio and TV stations give assurance on ads

Private radio and television stations have assured the Information Ministry that they will not broadcast advertisements or commercials that may contain obscene or vulgar elements.

Roaming gazelles a bane to herdsmen

THIS is the story of 30,000 roaming Mongolian gazelles that have forgotten their homes.

What a load of rubbish

ANN news: From the Jakarta Post.

BSA proposes bonus issue and private placement

BSA International Bhd, which is seeking a transfer of listing to the main board of the KLSE, has proposed a 1-for-2 bonus issue of 44 million new shares of 50 sen each and a private placement of up to 12 million new shares of 50 sen each, representing not more than 10% of the issued and paid up share capital of the company.

MAS expects 15% cargo growth

MALAYSIA Airlines expects its air cargo division, Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo), to register at least 15% growth in cargo volume this year, senior general manager (cargo) J. J. Ong said.

Wise up to the task ahead

Australia's High Commissioner James Wise could have been excused for feeling blue on his first day at work here, what with thebush fires ravaging Canberra. Instead, PAUL GABRIEL found him focused on his job's challenges.