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Mainstream / ISSUE 334
Rebuilding Malaysia 
Former finance minister and corporate titan Tun Daim Zainuddin weighs on the progress the country has made post-GE14.
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Latest Issue Highlights
Mainstream / ISSUE 334
Fibromat says its growth and valuations attractive 
Fibromat expects to post double-digit topline growth for the coming years.

Property / ISSUE 334
Property turnaround ‘has begun’ 
Property market showing positive growth for the first time in 3 years, triggering hope that the market is recovering.

Enterprise / ISSUE 334
Consumers optimistic but cautious on spending 
Trends identified include growth in health and wellness awareness and boom in proximity retailing.

Columns / ISSUE 334
Putrajaya and the oil palm industry 
International investors and manufacturers can be invited to come in on attractive terms.

Markets / ISSUE 334
Telcos, exporters in focus during the bear 
Weak ringgit to help rubber glove exporters and strengthen growth.

Income+ / ISSUE 334
Managing money as a couple 
They enjoy more financial advantages as couples tend to buy properties and make investments together.

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Highest Realised FDI In Malaysian History And The Largest Number of Tourist Arrivals In 2 Years

Daim tells Govt not to interfere mgmt of banks

The main reason we should stop interfering with Bank Negara’s duties is because of past scandals.

ADB President meets Prime Minister of Malaysia

discussed how ADB can support Malaysia in areas such as water, urban transport & renewable energy.

MyMotor by MYEG introduces MyAuction

The online car auction is open to members of the public.

The Master Grande Tradition timepieces

A new gong system that replicates the richness and strength of antique sonnerie pocket watches.

Tropicana records net profit of RM 46.1M in Q12019

The Group’s unbilled sales stood at RM736.9 million.

CapitalBay to launch P2P financing platform

that Provides Supply Chain Financing to Businesses.

VSTECS posts revenue of RM378.8 million for Q1FY19

a slight drop of 3.3% as compared to RM391.8 million recorded in the preceding year’s corresponding quarter.

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