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Old October 23rd, 2012, 12:54 PM   #681
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Old October 27th, 2012, 07:43 AM   #682
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Moody's lauds M'sia's move to cut CPO tax
Published: 2012/10/18
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SINGAPORE: Moody's Investors Service described Malaysia's move to reduce palm oil tax as credit positive for the industry.

In its Investors Outlook, the rating agency said Malaysia (A3 stable) announced long-awaited rate reductions in its crude palm oil (CPO) export tax effective January 2013.

This would counter the changes that Indonesia (Baa3 stable) made to its CPO tax arrangements in October 2011, and is credit positive for the domestic industry.

"Until the new rates go into effect, we expect downward price pressure on CPO as storage capacity fills and forces stockpile sales. We expect market conditions to return to normal by mid-2013, it said.

Moody's noted Indonesia changed its CPO export taxes in 2011, trimming the top rate on CPO to 22.5 per cent from 25 per cent and moved the nil tax threshold to US$750 per tonne from US$700 per tonne.

More importantly, it said, in a desire to stimulate domestic, downstream value addition, the tax rate on refined products was broadly halved, cutting the top rate for refined palm oil (RBDPO) to 10 per cent from 23 per cent.

From January 2013, Malaysia’s tax rate on CPO exports will be 4.5 per cent to 8.5 per cent of the price, down from its current rate of 22 per cent to 23 per cent of price.

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Old October 28th, 2012, 05:50 AM   #683
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 05:28 PM   #684
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Saham Felda Jatuh Menjunam - peneroka rugi besar
TUESDAY, 22 JANUARY 2013 03:34 ADMINISTRATOR



Saham Felda Global Ventures Holdings (FGV) merekodkan harga paling rendah di paras RM4.36 hari ini, jauh di bawah harga tawarannya, ketika kemelesetan Indeks Komposit Kuala Lumpur paling besar dalam tempoh 16 bulan.

Harga saham FGV jatuh ke paras bawah harga tawaran RM4.55 hari ini dan terus turun ke paras RM4.52 pada tengahari dan seterusnya merosot ke paras RM4.36 sebelum ditutup pada harga RM4.42.

Ia merupakan trend penurunan kedua sejak 27 Disember semenjak penurunan pertama direkodkan di paras RM4.50 pada minggu pertama Disember.

Menurut Bloomberg, indeks KLCI merosot untuk hari keempat berturut-turut dengan penurunan sehingga 2.3 peratus – penurunan paling besar sejak 26 September 2011



Petikan dari Daily Harakah :

Saham Felda Global Ventures Holdings (FGV) menjunam mengikut Indeks Komposit Kuala Lumpur semalam dan akhirnya tutup di bawah harga IPO pada RM4.42 semalam.

Ini adalah julung kalinya FGV ditutup di bawah harga IPO walaupun sebelum ini pernah mencecah ke paras RM4.52 dalam dagangan harian.

Semalam, FGV juga merekodkan harga terendah RM4.36 sebelum ditutup pada RM4.42. Kejatuhan ini menyebabkan para peneroka dan lain-lain pelabur rugi besar.

Selain itu, jika ini berterusan, peneroka juga bakal dibebani hutang dengan bank apabila pelaburan mereka rugi, hutang terpaksa dibayar bersama bunga bank.

Sementara itu, indeks KLCI merosot untuk hari keempat berturut sebanyak 40.81 points or 2.43 peratus pada hari Isnin.

Ini adalah penurunan paling besar sejak 26 September 2011.

Penganalisa berkata ketidak-tentuan politik dan tarikh pilihanraya antara faktor menyumbang kepada kejatuhan indeks KLCI.

Gerald Ambrose, pengarah urusan Aberdeen Asset Management dipetik The Malaysian Insider sebagai berkata keputusan pilihan raya kini dilihat oleh para pelabur sebagai faktor “risiko”.

“Saya cuma berkata pasaran akan lebih berisiko jika mereka masuk ketika menunggu keputusan pilihan raya,” katanya.

Pengerusi Biro Pelaburan dan Perdagangan PKR, Wong Chen pada 11 Januari 2013 mendakwa Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja (KWSP) dan Kumpulan Wang Amanah Pencen (KWAP) mengalami kerugian atas kertas yang dianggar RM75 juta ekoran pembelian saham Felda Global Ventures Holding (FGVH).

Jumlah itu masing-masing RM40 juta bagi KWSP dan RM35 juta KWAP kata beliau. Harga FGV ditutup pada harga RM4.60 pada hari sebelumnya.

Katanya, kerugian itu adalah daripada jumlah keseluruhan pembelian saham oleh kedua-dua badan itu dari 29 Jun 2012 hingga 4 Januari 2013 iaitu kira-kira RM455 juta bagi KWSP dan RM305 juta bagi KWAP.
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Old January 20th, 2015, 07:01 AM   #685
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Published: Tuesday January 20, 2015 MYT 10:43:00 AM
Updated: Tuesday January 20, 2015 MYT 12:04:16 PM
Budget Revision: Highlights



PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic) announced key measures to sustain development and economical growth on Tuesday.

According to him, the Government will continue to seek ways to ensure the country continues to grow as well as protecting the people's well-being.

The highlights of his announcement include:

* The 2015 National Service Training Programme stopped this year to save RM400mil; programme to be reviewed and enhanced

* Electricity tariff will not be increased this year

* Free visa for tourists, among them from China, in a strategy to boost the country's tourism industry

* Levy on foreign workers to be reviewed

* Priority given in project tenders to local contractors registered with the Construction Industry Development Board - Class G1 (Class F), G2 (Class E) and G3 (Class D) contractors

* Local contractors to be given the task of carrying out repair works on flood-hit areas

* Increasing the frequency and duration of mega sales nationwide

* Extending the period of mega sales nationwide

* Intensify domestic tourism promotions by offering competitive airfares

He said the notion that declining oil prices and a subsequent contraction in export revenue would result in a deficit current account was not true.

With the reduction in the retail price of petrol and diesel by 35 sen and 30 sen, respectively, Najib said the rakyat's gross disposal income now stands around RM7.5bil.

Najib is adjusting Budget 2015, with both proactive and pre-emptive measures, in bid to ensure sustainable development and the resilience of the economy.

His announcement at a special function, Tuesday, focuses on actions and policy interventions to handle the changing economic scenario caused by the oil price slump.

When Najib, who is also Finance Minister, tabled Budget 2015 last year with an expected expenditure of RM273.9bil against an expected revenue of RM235.2bil, oil price averaged around US$90 (RM355) per barrel.

But the price has been falling and is expected to drop to as low as US$40 (RM140) in the first six months of this year.
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Old April 23rd, 2015, 10:14 AM   #686
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Malaysia banishes sukuk premium in US$1.5bn issue

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The Government of Malaysia sold the world's first 30-year sovereign sukuk and, in the process, shrugged off domestic woes to establish a long-dated benchmark Islamic curve for other sovereigns to follow.

The 30-year was part of a two-tranche offering of US$1.5bn in Islamic 144A/Reg S bonds to the international markets at a time when 1MDB's M$41.9bn debt woes threaten to derail the government's bid to rein in its fiscal and budget deficits.

Political battles between reigning Prime Minister Najib Razak and former PM Mahathir Mohamad further clouded the situation. The public tension between the two not only undermined the apparent unity of the UMNO ruling party, but also forced Najib to deny publicly accusations of any involvement in a murder of a Mongolian model.

This was political noise that some 450 global investors uniformly dismissed when contributing to a cracking US$9bn order book for the sukuk.

The deal was well distributed among the various investor groups and geographically as well, with the US investors crowding into the 30-year tranche with a 29% share. Malaysia has not sold bonds since 2011 and its scarcity value was a hit even among Middle Eastern investors who usually do not invest in tenors of more than seven years. These investors bought 24% of the 10-year bonds, a share hardly seen in deals originating outside the Middle East/North African region, said a sovereign bond trader.

Malaysia stayed disciplined and kept to its initially targeted issue size of US$1.5bn split between the US$1bn 10-year note and the US$500m 30-year note. Investors rewarded that discipline, when the bonds traded up at the open.

The 2025s, priced to yield 115bp over US Treasuries, rallied to 112bp/109bp and the 2045s, priced at 170bp, traded at 164bp/161bp.

The issue also set a landmark pricing level for other sovereigns. The sovereign priced inside the outstanding conventional bonds of quasi-sovereign Petronas. This is seen as an outstanding feat as Islamic bonds often price wider than conventional paper and the fact that Petronas is rated a notch higher than the sovereign.

Petronas' 2025s and 2045s, sold on March 11 at yields of 150bp and 190bp, were quoted at 126bp and 175bp as the sovereign offering was announced. It meant the government sukuk came 11bp and 5bp inside the notes of the national oil company. Petronas' bonds pulled in about 2bp tighter immediately after the sovereign sukuk was priced.

The response underlines investor confidence in the long-term financial and political health of Malaysia and showed little impact from an expected Fitch downgrade of the sovereign's rating to the BBB band this quarter.

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Old April 24th, 2015, 07:52 PM   #687
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Malaysia aims for 4% annual productivity growth
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is optimistic of achieving 4.0% annual productivity growth against the current 2.3%, on the back of good support from the small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs), said Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

He said although the current 2.3% was considered low compared to other emerging economies such as Thailand at 2.9% and Indonesia at 5.7%, it was still higher than developed economies such as Japan and the United States’ 0.8% and Singapore’s 0.04%.

Speaking to reporters after attending a meeting on four government-backed programmes here on Friday, he said the 4% growth target was included in the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP), which will be tabled next month.

This will outline the country’s final transformation process into a high-income developed nation.

Therefore, in order to achieve this target, the SMEs, which are the backbone of Malaysias economy, would have to work with the government in identifying the problems besetting the industry, be it about Web processors, lack of skilled labour, automation and difficulty in accessing foreign labour, he said.

Mustapa said it was important for a high-income nation to have companies with higher productivity levels as it would open more opportunities for them, including having competitive products and access to the global market.

He also said that the government would put additional measures to boost productivity among the SMEs, which will be announced in the next meeting this June.

The meeting also aims to promote the four Government-backed programmes: Public-Research Network by Ministry of Education; Steinbeis Malaysia Foundation by Malaysian Innovation Agency (AIM); SIRIM-Fraunhofer Partnership and Platcom Ventures Sdn Bhd, which is an initiative by SME Corporation Malaysia and AIM. - Bernama

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