FROM Nay Pyi Taw to Kuala Lumpur, the last two weeks have been abuzz with Malaysia’s takeover next year since it was handed the gavel.
BURSA Malaysia is expected to remain in a consolidation mode this week amid lack of buying impetus and weak market sentiments.
IOI Properties Group Bhd’s newly launched IOI City Mall, which is 85 per cent-tenanted, is set to reach full occupancy soon.
INVESTKL is in the final stage of discussions with four multinational corporations (MNCs), of which three are expected to announce their presence in Greater Kuala Lumpur before the end of the year.
KUALA LUMPUR: The palm oil downstream sector will always provide huge opportunities and remain a strategic necessity for the overall industry.
JAKARTA: Analysts have slammed the process for selecting the next president director for state-owned energy company Pertamina, amid accusations that a third-party firm hired by the government to assess candidates is not independent.
INDONESIA is falling behind its peers in helping companies to comply with their tax obligations in the past as it lacks the effort to simplify tax payments, according to the latest report from global consulting company PwC and the World Bank Group.
JAKARTA: State oil and gas company Pertamina sees an increase in demand for non-subsidised high-octane petrol by up to fourfold, following the government’s move to cut fuel subsidies.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Goods and Services Tax (GST), to be implemented on April 1 next year, can lead to companies growing their businesses further.
TAN Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat may have carved his name in the list of Top 40 richest Malaysians, but his legacy in shaping the country’s oil and gas (O&G) industry remains unmentioned in any log.
ISLAM is indeed a perfect religion. Its systems and rules are put in place for the benefit and welfare of humankind; they are set in accordance with the nature of human beings.
SEPANG: National carrier, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) bagged the passenger airline of the year award while low-cost carrier (LCC) AirAsia Bhd won the low-cost airline of the year award at the prestigious KLIA Awards 2013 held here, last Friday.
FRANKLIN Roosevelt once said, “Competition has been shown to be useful up to a certain point and no further, but cooperation, which is the thing we must strive for today, begins where competition leaves off.”
Smear campaigns and non-tariff trade barriers are ruthless political tools in the world’s lucrative vegetable oils trade.
A MID-WEEK rebound on the local market last week boosted by oversold momentum and hopes for further stimulus measures from Japan, which has fallen into a technical recession, failed to sustain, as the softer regional tone due to China’s weaker-than-expected preliminary factory index increased econom
Higher heating oil prices on concerns over unseasonably cold weather across America also supported the oil complex, traders said.
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