Posts Tagged ‘Export’

F&N’s 4Q net profit surged to RM81.24m from RM19.65m

by TMR
Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd’s (F&N) net profit for the fourth quarter ended Sept 30, 2018 (4QFY18) surged to RM81.24 million from ...

Export growth level up 9.4% on E&E, rubber

By NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / Pic By BLOOMBERG
The country’s export growth saw an increase of 9.4% year-on-year (YoY) in July 2018 compared to the previous ...

M’sia woos Ghana to join CPOPC

Ghana shows interest in joining the fight against the EU’s anti-palm oil campaign
by AFIQ AZIZ / pic by ISMAIL CHE RUS MALAYSIA plans to invite the ...
Abu Bakar Yusof

Matrade targets 5% increase in lifestyle exports for 2018

By NUR HAZIQAH A MALEK / Pic By ISMAIL CHE RUS
Export for lifestyle products is expected to reach RM41.14 billion, a commendable increase from the ...

Gas giants swap roles as Japan set as Aussie saviour

By BLOOMBERG
SYDNEY • The gas market is being flipped upside down. Australia, soon to become the world’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas ...

Japan posts sharp drop in industrial output in January

by BLOOMBERG
TOKYO • Japan’s factory output fell by the most in nearly seven years in January, while retail sales also slid more than expected. Still, ...

Japan trade grows for 3rd month in September

By BLOOMBERG
TOKYO • Japanese exports grew by double digits for a third straight month in September, as a trade recovery underway this year showed ...

From Houston with love: Asia’s bitten by US oil export bug

If the ows are to continue, the price relationship between key benchmarks is going to change — probably for good
by BLOOMBERG SINGAPORE • For decades, ...

UN passes N. Korea sanctions stopping short of an oil embargo

The resolution seeks to cut imports of refined petroleum products, ban textile exports and strengthen inspections of ships
By BLOOMBERG NEW YORK • The ...

Malaysia’s export growth seen surging again in May

Malaysia’s exports likely rose for the seventh straight month in May, boosted by firmer prices and stronger demand for the country’s key commodities, ...

New ports to benefit Malaysia?

By ALIFAH ZAINUDDIN
The construction of various new ports in the country would seem more beneficial to China, but the sea gateways are expected to ...

Companies should localise foreign projects

By DASHVEENJIT KAUR
Malaysian construction companies with projects overseas are urged to increase utilisation of local products and services to ...