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Old December 6th, 2006, 02:58 PM   #121
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And thats mean whoever bought it last month will pocket an extra of RM1000 at that selling price. R u hitting the jackpot too?
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Old December 7th, 2006, 02:44 AM   #122
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And thats mean whoever bought it last month will pocket an extra of RM1000 at that selling price. R u hitting the jackpot too?
mine is different. mine is ESOS
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Old December 8th, 2006, 04:17 PM   #123
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Wah..i m jealous of u. Mayban share is so expensive to me. Havin esos shares makes a good start, do you think so for this bank?
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Old December 12th, 2006, 10:23 AM   #124
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Wah..i m jealous of u. Mayban share is so expensive to me. Havin esos shares makes a good start, do you think so for this bank?
I guess so. Maybe that is the reason why im staying with the same company for 6 years already

Havin ESOS like having a bonus actually. [not including tax yet ]
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I guess so. Maybe that is the reason why im staying with the same company for 6 years already

Havin ESOS like having a bonus actually. [not including tax yet ]
Would love to have been a Maxis employee, joining before they went public, their IPO price and their trading price now is quite a jump, Maxis folks with ESOS must be minting it right about now.

Whats the overall sentiment on the KLSE? Its not performing spectacularly vis-a-vis other regional bourses, from what I gather. Are you guys bullish on its prospects for 2007? Any fave. stocks out there? Besides expensive blue chips that is.

I'm not particularly familiar with Bursa Malaysia and Malaysian stocks in particular (perhaps you guys can shed light), Me, I've been trying to cash in on the resources boom in Australia. Long term wise, so far so good!
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Old December 18th, 2006, 04:24 AM   #126
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Nuke plants needed by 2020

IPOH: Malaysia will have to resort to nuclear power for its electricity supply by 2020, Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik said.

He said his ministry had spent a lot of time in the last year planning a “fuel mix” to generate electricity in the future. He said the country was too heavily dependent on fossil fuels like gas and coal.

“We decided to look for an alternative and it is hydro,” he said yesterday after visiting a community hall at Taman Bintang in Pantai Remis, about 78km from Ipoh.

“Over the next 10 years, our power generation will be hydro. After that, we would have to think about nuclear power stations,” he added.

Dr Lim noted that hydropower would have to come from the Rejang River in Sarawak because it could generate 24,000 megawatts of electricity.

In comparison, rivers in the peninsula could only generate 1,000 megawatts of electricity, which was only 5% of the power generated today, he said.
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Old December 18th, 2006, 05:00 AM   #127
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Beta ada terbaca laporan mengatakan KDNK per kapita Malaysia akan mencapai US$ 15 500 pada tahun 2010....

Kalau macam tu.... tahun 2015 dah boleh capai $ 20000 ye kan ?
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Old December 19th, 2006, 07:53 AM   #128
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Beta ada terbaca laporan mengatakan KDNK per kapita Malaysia akan mencapai US$ 15 500 pada tahun 2010....

Kalau macam tu.... tahun 2015 dah boleh capai $ 20000 ye kan ?
Ampun tuanku, tapi mana tuanku baca ni? jangan lah kedekut ilmu, tolong tunjuk laporan ini kepada rakyat. Ini dalam PPP ke?
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Old December 19th, 2006, 10:40 AM   #129
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Oh Tuanku...jikalau KDNK capai 20,000 negara tercinta ini akan mencapai status negara membangun.

Persoalannya adakah kita mampu mencapai tahap itu sebelum 2020?
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Old December 19th, 2006, 01:20 PM   #130
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Dalam PPP lah bukan nilai nominal ...alah, report yang mengatakan nilai FDI ke Malaysia turun tu..
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Dalam PPP lah bukan nilai nominal ...alah, report yang mengatakan nilai FDI ke Malaysia turun tu..
There's only a certain extent when we can look at PPP since its based on exchange rate differentials. REAL GDP Per capita income in USD for example would be more appropriate to gauge Malaysian wealth vis-a-vis other economies. After all, neighboring and developed Singapore for example quotes its REAL GDP percapita figures in USD, From this comparison alone taking to account its economy in USD terms, the Malaysian economy is not THAT much bigger than Singapore. A sad but true fact. After all, Malaysian purchases overseas, students abroad, investments can't take into account purchasing power of the ringgit, if Malaysia Airlines for example buys aircraft, they can't tell Boeing or Airbus to convert the RM to its purchasing power value. The matter of fact remains in USD terms, Malaysian income is still quite low.

Anyways, which report is this Skyprince? Can you send us a link?
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Old December 20th, 2006, 03:08 AM   #132
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Btol tu... sekarang KDNK per kapita nominal Malaysia cuma $ 5000 + je
walaupun nilai PPP kini sudah cecah $ 12900 . Orang Malaysia ni memanglah kaya di negara sendiri , tetapi bila kat luar negeri...

Walau apapun, yang penting PPP tu kan ???
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Btol tu... sekarang KDNK per kapita nominal Malaysia cuma $ 5000 + je
walaupun nilai PPP kini sudah cecah $ 12900 . Orang Malaysia ni memanglah kaya di negara sendiri , tetapi bila kat luar negeri...

Walau apapun, yang penting PPP tu kan ???
Real GDP percapita in USD is not a nominal figure, it has factored in inflation. Anyways, if you don't want to post up this report you read, can you please PM me the link?
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Old December 20th, 2006, 08:48 AM   #134
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Mmm.. dulu beta dapat cari dalam World Investment Report 2006.

Sekarang bila bukak balik, tak dapat cari data tu !

Tolong..
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 04:46 AM   #135
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haha, i dont know wht u guys discuss .. croz all not related. hahahaha
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 10:03 AM   #136
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January 22, 2007 18:12 PM

Malaysia Remains Major Market Of Interest To Germans


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 (Bernama) -- Malaysia has remained a major market of interest to German based companies, president/chief executive officer of the Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dr Rainer Herret said Monday.

He said German investors are re-directing their investment strategies in the Southeast Asia with Malaysia as an investment destination for the manufacturing industries.

While China and India will still continue to attract foreign investors, Malaysia's more open and liberalised investment climate will provide greater investors' confidence, Dr Rainer said.

"Malaysia is an ideal manufacturing base for high-tech textiles such as those used in the fashion industries. While certain sectors in Malaysia are still protected, we hope the government will liberalise those industries to foreign investors," he told a press conference in conjunction with the visit of a business delegation from Germany.

The 14-member delegation, mainly in the fields of technical textiles and textile machinery, biodiesel, food processing, waste water management and logistics will meet potential business partners in and around Kuala Lumpur and Johor beginning today.

Dr Rainer was also asked to comment on the possibility of a tie-up between Proton and German automaker Volkswagen.

"The partnership will be strategic for both parties. Malaysia will be an ideal manufacturing hub for Volkswagen's operations in the Southeast Asia region. Proton will also benefit from Volkswagen technology," he said.

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Old January 24th, 2007, 04:27 AM   #137
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Frontken aims to make Malaysia its regional hub
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January 24 2007


FRONTKEN Corporation Bhd, which began operating at its RM25 million facility at the Kulim Hi-Tech Park barely a year ago, aims to make Malaysia its regional hub for operations by further expanding at the same site in Kedah.
Executive chairman and managing director Willie Wong said the company expects to have its second plant up and running by the end of 2008.

“Our first phase is nearly fully utilised, and the second plant will house new projects and some existing operations being carried out in our Singapore facility, ” he told reporters after International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz officiated at the company’s first Kulim plant.

The new facility, Frontken’s 10th in the region, began operating in November 2006 to meet rising demand for the company ’s services, predominantly from clientele in the semiconductor sector.

Frontken offers surface metamorphosis services including core advanced thermal spray coating services, advanced precision cleaning, recycling and refurbishment services and applied research and development services.

Its technologies modify the surfaces of materials to improve performance, hence increasing efficiency of many processes and reduce the costs of operating and maintaining equipment.

Frontken’s plant is on a 2.7ha site at the science park with a built up area of 32,000 sq ft.

“As we have not fully utilised the whole land area, there is space to accommodate two more facilities,” he said, adding that the company will likely invest the same amount it did with the first plant.

Wong said the prospects for the precision cleaning industry in Singapore and Malaysia are promising with semiconductor players expanding the capacities of their existing wafer fabrication facilities which bodes well for independent service providers like Frontken.

With the new factory on board, Frontken will have five facilities in Malaysia. The other five plants are in Singapore (three), Thailand and the Philippines.

On Frontken’s plans to transfer its listing from the Malaysian Exchange of Securities Dealing & Automated Quotation market to the main board this year, Wong said the company will make a submission to Bursa Malaysia after closing its financial year end in July.

He also said that Frontken’s plans to buy into Taiwanese surface metamorphosis giant Area Green Technology Corp is in its final phase of negotiat ions.

“Once that is done, we would have created inroads into the Taiwan market and from there, springboard into neighbouring countr ies,” Wong said.

In her speech, Rafidah said between January and November last year, Malaysia imported RM34.2 billion worth of machinery and equipment, while its exports of the same items stood at RM18.1 billion.

She also stressed on the importance for small- and medium- sized enterprises in the country to be made aware of the various supporting services that companies such as Frontken provide.
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Wednesday January 24, 2007


Dell’s first global hub outside US


CYBERJAYA: Dell Inc’s first global business centre (GBC) outside the US will begin operations by year-end, said president and chief executive officer Datuk Kevin B. Rollins.

Its 200,000-sq-ft centre in Cyberjaya will provide global information technology (IT) support and maintenance through remote monitoring and resolution, engineering and applications support.

The facility will also house the local sales and marketing divisions.

“Construction work on the centre is completed and we will start operating by year-end,” Rollins said after the launch of the centre by Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop.

Currently, Dell employed 5,500 staff in Malaysia and expected to increase the headcount to 6,000 by year-end, he said.

It expected to have 600 staff comprising highly skilled IT and engineering personnel for the GBC, he said, adding that the number would rise to 1,000 within five years.

“We chose Malaysia for this global operation because we have long, firsthand experience with the skilled workforce, conducive business environment, robust infrastructure and the government’s commitment to information and communications technology,” he added.

Dell has operated in Malaysia since 1995. Its Penang plant, which manufactures desktops, workstations, notebooks, servers and storage products for customers throughout Asia-Pacific (excluding North Asia), has an annual production capacity of 10 million units.

Two new production lines have raised its annual capacity to 14 million units.
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Seagate investing US$1.15b on R&D

BY DAVID TAN

The world's largest vertically integrated disk drive manufacturer, Seagate, which has manufacturing facilities in Malaysia, is investing US$1.15bil this 2007 fiscal year for its global operations to fund research and development and process development activities.

Its executive vice-president and chief financial officer Charles Pope said that the US$1.15bil investment had to do with the surge in the usage of digital content, resulting in growing demand for storage.

Speaking to newsmen via a teleconferencing session, Pope said the investment would be for research and development efforts to scale down the physical size of components, while scaling up capacity and performance.

"So far we have spent US$466mil for the 2007 fiscal year, ending in June 30 2007," he said.

Asia Pacific continues to be the main driver of Seagate's second quarter revenue for the fiscal year 2007.

For Seagate's second quarter ended Dec 29 2006, the group posted US$3bil in revenue, of which 41% is generated from the Asia Pacific region, while North America, Europe, and the rest of the world contributed the remainder.

Seagate's net income for the second quarter was US$140mil.

In addition to the US$1.15bil expenditure, Seagate is allocating about RM700mil for the facility in Penang to fund process development activities and bring in new technologies for the next five years.

Pope said that this would mean increasing also the technical workforce of Seagate's Penang facility, which is involved in manufacturing read-write heads.

On top of the RM700mil allocation, Seagate will also spend about RM1bil for a substrate manufacturing plant in Kulai, Johor, which will start operations in 2008.

Seagate presently has manufacturing operations in the United States, Ireland, China, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia.
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Malaysia has potential to be maritime hub

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Malaysia can rival major regional maritime hubs such as Hong Kong and Singapore and boost its downstream sector by attracting ancillary services to support the domestic maritime industry, according to IT services company LogicaCMG’s chief executive officer Michael Warren.

“Malaysia is at the cusp of a major boom to its maritime business. Because of strong government support, it has the potential to be one of Southeast Asia's leading maritime nations,” he said.

While the likes of Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Westport, Northport and Penang Port expand healthily; major developmental works are also seen at North Butterworth Container Terminal, Kuantan Port and Bintulu Port offering ample business opportunities for the ancillary sector, he added.

In addition, Warren said the country's programmes to upgrade its maritime capability in defence by doling out contracts worth US$1 billion (RM3.5 billion) spells fresh opportunities for many downstream businesses.

These support services range from security, technology, logistics to training, human resource management and outsourced services, he added.

As an example, Warren cited there were many maritime support services within the sphere of security that can spring from Malaysia.

“Maritime certificate fraud is rapidly emerging as a key threat to the industry, and one that poses grave dangers for the wider international community. Forged ship documents and crew travel documents can easily be obtained, so security services will become more predominant,” he said.

Security services are just the tip of an iceberg. Other services can cater to haulage, freight forwarding or even manufacturing industries e.g. tracking, cost management," Warren said.

LogicaCMG provides global services in the finance; telecoms; energy and utilities; industry, distribution and transport; and the public sectors. Its systems are used in controlling the transfer of more than US$5 trillion per day, two thirds of text messages sent globally and a third of the world's satellites currently in orbit.

LogicaCMG's systems have been fundamental to the regulatory transformation of energy markets around the world. Its HR outsourcing services process more than US$100 billion of salaries globally each year.

In the maritime industry, LogicaCMG has served the Ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam, the Port of London Authority, the Bremer Lagerhaus Gesellschaft (the operating company for German Ports), the Associated British Ports Holding PLC, Lloyd’s of London Press, the Belgian and Dutch governments as well as Hong Kong-based shipping and logistics service company OOCL.

In Holland, it has developed and maintained a port management system that supports vessel movement control and advised the Port Authority of Amsterdam on possibilities of electronic services via the Internet.

LogicaCMG also developed an information processing system for the Belgian and Dutch government to plan and control cargo shipments of dangerous goods.

In Asia, OOCL appointed LogicaCMG to develop a global communications strategy to process data and provide global support through three regional data centres.
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