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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Walt Disney is coming?

Walt Disney is among theme park operators in early talks to build resort in south Malaysia, says Bloomberg report, quoting Khazanah official.

This has been said the last time around, hopefully this time is for real.

Sime Darby denies report of cost overruns of RM120m to RM 150m from Maersk Oil Qatar project. Work is ahead of schedule.

Sime Darby Engineering made provision for higher cost of raw materials like steel in all projects. It is not making further provisions for this financial year.

Australian Supreme Court dissolves Melewar’s injunction preventing ANZ from selling its 7.83 stake in Gindalbie Metals worth RM123m.

MBSB says that due diligence is being conducted on company. It was responding to Star report that Middle-East group may buy a substantial stake in the company.

Carotech gets US patent for hair regrowth formula using Vitamin E extract, treatment for men, women with pattern baldness.

MIER sees GDP growth by 5.7% in 2009, keeps 5.4 % growth this year. Malaysia’s exports will be up by 3.1% in 2009, + 2.2 % in 2008. Inflation is 2.8% in 2009 and 3% this year.

15/4 US carriers Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines want to merge to form world’s largest airline, pending regulator and stockholder approval.

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