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Haze envelopes several parts of peninsula
PETALING JAYA: Thick haze continued to choke several parts of Malaysia this afternoon with more spots recording unhealthy Air Pollutant Index readings.
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Haze: 24 areas record higher API from moderate to unhealthy this morning
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan recorded higher Air Pollutant Index (API) reading from moderate to unhealthy l...
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Haze: 24 areas record higher API from moderate to unhealthy this morning
KUALA LUMPUR: Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Malacca, Johor and Negri Sembilan recorded higher Air Pollutant Index (API) reading from moderate to unhealthy level which...
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Haze worsens in 24 areas including PJ, Shah Alam
KUALA LUMPUR: Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan recorded higher air pollutant index (API) readings today, from moderate to unhealthy lev...
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Haze: 24 areas record higher API from moderate to unhealthy this morning
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan recorded higher Air Pollutant Index (API) reading from moderate to unhealthy l...
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Seri Manjung, first area in Perak to record unhealthy API
IPOH: Seri Manjung in Lumut became the first area in Perak to record unhealthy Air Pollutant Index level as of 10am this morning.
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Out of classroom activities halted if haze worsens
IPOH: All activities outside the classroom would be stopped if the haze worsens.
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Out-of-class activities in Perak will be suspended if haze worsens, says exco
IPOH, Sept 4 — All activities outside the classroom would be stopped if the haze worsens.
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Mah Sing, Tasek Corp, Barakah Offshore, F&N, Hartalega, Parkson Holdings,...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 6): Based on corporate announcements and news flow today, stocks in focus on Wednesday (Aug 7) may include: Mah Sing Group Bhd, Tasek Corp Bhd, Barakah Offshore Petroleum Bhd, Fraser...
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Tasek Corp shareholders advised to accept revised takeover offer of RM5.80
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 6): Independent advisor Mercury Securities advises loss-making Tasek Corp Bhd’s minority shareholders to accept the revised takeover offer of RM5.80 per share by Singapore-listed H...
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Hong Leong Asia ups Tasek takeover offer to RM5.80 per share
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 5): CIMB Investment Bank Bhd said today joint offerors for the planned unconditional voluntary takeover of Tasek Corp Bhd have raised their offer for the remaining ordinary and prefe...
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HL Cement extends closing date for Tasek Corp takeover
KUALA LUMPUR: HL Cement (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has extended the closing date for Tasek Corporation Bhd's minority shareholders to accept its takeover offer from July 19 to Aug 5.
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HL Cement, Ridge Star extend closing date for Tasek Corp takeover offer
KUALA LUMPUR (July 19): Tasek Corp Bhd has received a notice from HL Cement (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd and Ridge Star Ltd for the extension of their unconditional voluntary takeover offer for shares in the co...
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ETS, Komuter services affected by derailed cargo train expected to resume by Monday
SUNGAI BULOH: The Electric Train Service (ETS) and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Komuter services affected by the derailed cargo train carrying cement near Rawang station are expected to resume ...
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ETS, Komuter services affected by derailed cargo train expected to resume by...
SUNGAI BULOH (July 18): The Electric Train Service (ETS) and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Kommuter services affected by the derailed cargo train carrying cement near Rawang station are expected...
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ETS, Komuter services affected by derailed cargo train expected to resume by July 22
SUNGAI BULOH (Bernama): The Electric Train Service (ETS) and Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) Kommuter services affected by the derailed cargo train carrying cement near Rawang station are expected to resume operations as early as Monday (July 22).
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Cargo train derailed near Rawang Station
PETALING JAYA: A cargo train carrying cement derailed near the Rawang Station on Wednesday, blocking the rail route between Rawang and Kuang.
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KTM's ETS, Komuter and Cargo services affected following train derailment
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): A cargo train carrying cement derailed near the Rawang Station today, affecting the Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad’s (KTMB) ETS, Komuter and Cargo services.
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Cargo train derails, ETS and Komuter services affected
KUALA LUMPUR: A cargo train carrying cement derailed near the Rawang Station today, affecting the Electric Trains Service, KTM Komuter and cargo services.
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year - Zuraida
IPOH (July 17): The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Ka...
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year: Zuraida
IPOH: The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year - Zuraida
The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six months, said its minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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Illegal plastic factories, landfills to go in six months to one year – Zuraida
Zuraida Kamaruddin – Bernama file photo IPOH: The Ministry of Housing and Local Government aims to shut down illegal plastic factories and landfills in the country at the earliest, within six month...
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Tasek takeover offer extended to July 22
PETALING JAYA: HL Cement (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has extended its takeover offer for the remaining Tasek Corp Bhd shares from 5pm on Tuesday to July 22.
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HL Cement extends closing date for Tasek offer to July 22
KUALA LUMPUR: HL Cement (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd has extended its takeover offer for the remaining Tasek Corporation Bhd shares from 5pm on Tuesday to July 22.
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Tasek's shareholders get more time on takeover offer
KUALA LUMPUR (July 5): The closing time and date for acceptance of the unconditional voluntary takeover offer from HL Cement (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (HLCSB) and Ridge Star Ltd (RSL) to Tasek Corp Bhd’s (...
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Tasek shareholders advised to accept takeover offer from Hong Leong Asia
KUALA LUMPUR (June 28): Tasek Corp Bhd's minority shareholders have been advised to accept the takeover offer by Singapore-listed Hong Leong Asia Ltd (HLA) in a deal worth an estimated RM128.61 millio...
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Short Position
Uphill task in Tasek’s privatisationAS perplexing as it may sound, companies with a small free float of shares are difficult takeover targets. The cost incurred by the major shareholder to take the company private is little.
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Cement producers lost RM1b, insist cement price not linked to expensive housing
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — Three of Malaysia’s biggest cement producers have been suffering losses close to RM1 billion over the past nine quarters, a cement group said today.
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Public Bank leads KLCI slightly lower, Mestron most active
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips eased early Tuesday with Public Bank weighing slightly on the FBM KLCI while steel pole manufacturer Mestron Holdings was the most active on its trading debut on the ACE Market.
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Public Bank, Tenaga weigh on KLCI while ringgit weakens
KUALA LUMPUR: Some fund selling of Public Bank, Tenaga Nasional and IOI Corp pushed the FBM KLCI into the red on Friday in the absence of any strong positive leads.
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UOB Kay Hian Research cautious over surge in cement companies' prices
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research has cautioned investors the surge in share prices of cement companies amid speculation of cement prices rising by up to RM80 a tonne (40%) as “unwarranted”.
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Cement stocks rally on ECRL prospects, Greatech surges on debut
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of cement players Lafarge Cement and Tasek rallied on Thursday on the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) projects while Greatech surged on its trading debut on the ACE Market.
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Tenaga powers KLCI higher, bucks regional trend
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) helped power the FBM KLCI to a firmer close at midday amid a downtrend seen in most regional stock markets.
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Plastic wastes: Health Dept to monitor residents' health condition
IPOH (May 29): The Perak Health Department will monitor residential areas located close to plastic waste dumpsites and will present a report on the health condition of their residents in the area with...
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Trade tensions spook investors again, KLCI slips
KUALA LUMPUR: The US-China trade tensions knocked investor sentiment early Wednesday, with key Asian markets and Bursa Malaysia opening lower.
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Not up to us to check source of plastic waste, says Perak DoE
IPOH: It is not within the Perak Environment Department’s jurisdiction to ascertain where companies source for plastic waste which is then sent to a recycling firm here, says state director Norazizi Adinan.
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Plastic wastes: Health Dept to monitor residents' health condition
IPOH (May 28): The Perak Health Department will monitor residential areas located close to plastic waste dumpsites and will present a report on the health condition of their residents in the area with...
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Hong Leong Asia to take cement-maker Tasek private
KUALA LUMPUR (May 28): Singapore-listed Hong Leong Asia Ltd, which controls about 80.08% in cement maker Tasek Corp Bhd via two wholly-owned subsidiaries, wants to take Tasek Corp private in a deal wo...
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Health Dept to monitor residents’ health condition near plastic waste dumps
IPOH: The Perak Health Department will monitor housing areas located close to plastic waste dumpsites and will present a report on the health condition of residents in the area within a week.
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Recycling waste firm rebuts British reports, says its operation is legal and sustainable
ResourceCo Asia Sdn Bhd has clarified that its waste recycling facility in Tasek near Ipoh, Perak is just a temporary storage area and the industrial waste there will be sent to its factory to be proc...
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Hong Leong offers to take cement maker Tasek private
KUALA LUMPUR: The Hong Leong Group, controlled by Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan, has offered to buyout minority shareholders in cement producer Tasek Corp Bhd for RM5.50 a share.
Malaysiakini:
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Perak Health Dept to monitor housing areas near plastic waste dumpsites
The Perak Health Department will monitor housing areas located close to plastic waste dumpsites, and will present a report on the health condition of residents within a week.
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Plastic waste brought into Perak not hazardous, says DoE
IPOH: The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) has given an assurance that the plastic waste brought into the state for recycling as alternative fuel is safe.
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Plastic waste brought to Perak not hazardous: DOE
IPOH: The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) has given its assurance that the plastic waste brought into the state for recycling as alternative fuel is safe.
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No pile of plastic trash found in Ipoh forest
IPOH (May 28): There is no unmanaged waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, said Department of Environment director  Norazizi Adinan.
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Perak Environment Dept says unsure about origins of recyclers’ plastic waste cited in BBC report
IPOH, May 28 — The Perak Department of Environment (DoE) said today it could not ascertain where a recycling company obtained its waste from, amid a report claiming imported waste from the UK was du...
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Malaysia’s environment department refute reports on waste dump in Perak forest
IPOH, Perak: Malaysia’s Department of Environment (DOE) on Monday (May 27) refuted media reports on the presence of an unmanaged plastic waste dump in the jungles of Ipoh.
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Not within our jurisdiction to ascertain plastic waste origin, says Perak Environment Dept
IPOH: It is not within the jurisdiction of the Perak Environment Department to ascertain where companies source for plastic waste, which is then sent to a recycling company here.
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Stop the trade in plastic waste, says CAP
IPOH: The trade in plastic waste must be stopped, says Consumer Association of Penang.
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‘Plastic jungle’ a legal factory
IPOH: A controversy is brewing over towering mounds of plastic waste in what a British news website claims to be a jungle but is actually the storage area of a recycling factory in an industrial zone.
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No pile of plastic trash found in Ipoh forest
IPOH (May 27): There is no unmanaged waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, said Department of Environment director  Norazizi Adinan.
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DoE rubbishes UK report of plastic waste dumped in Ipoh forest
IPOH: The Perak Environment Department has denied a British news report of an unmanaged dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh.
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No pile of trash found in Ipoh forest
IPOH: There is no unmanaged plastic waste dump of plastic waste in the jungles in Ipoh as claimed by British media, says Department of Environment director Norazizi Adinan.
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No pile of trash found in Ipoh jungles, says DOE
IPOH (Bernama): There is no unmanaged plastic waste dump in the jungles here as claimed by British media, says the Department of Environment (DOE).
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Trade war woes continue to worry investors
KUALA LUMPUR: US President Donald Trump’s threat about additional tariffs on Chinese goods continued to worry investors and the FBM KLCI extended its losses in early Thursday trade.
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KLCI closes lower, ringgit weakens against US$
KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Chemical, Axiata and Tenaga Nasional dragged the FBM KLCI into the red at the close on Wednesday as investors decided to take some money off the table due to the US-China trade conflict.
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Trump threat sends Bursa, key Asian markets into the red
KUALA LUMPUR: Asian markets including Bursa Malaysia on Monday reeled from US President Donald Trump's fresh threat against China to raise tariffs on Chinese imports this week.
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KLCI slumps on Trump’s fresh threat, US futures slide
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips fell in early Monday trade, tracking the worried key Asian markets after US President Donald Trump’s threat to hike US tariffs on US$200bil worth of Chinese goods this week and targeted hundreds of billions more.
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Oversupply and weak demand still plague cement industry
IT IS unlikely that the cement industry would make a comeback anytime soon, as the sector is still being hit by the state of oversupply and weak domestic demand.
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Weak closing for KLCI, cement players surge
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips ended the first trading day of May in the red on losses by Digi, Press Metal and Sime Plantation amid a weaker broader market, tracking the key Asian markets.
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Cautious start to new trading month of May as MAHB weighs
KUALA LUMPUR: The new trading month of May started on a cautious note with the FBM KLCI weighed down by MAHB, Digi and Maxis but there was some nibbling seen in banks and Tenaga Nasional.
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Uninspiring start for Bursa as key Asian markets subdued
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia started Friday on a cautious footing in the absence of strong fresh catalysts while key Asian markets were subdued.
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Blue chips inch higher on Genting, Petronas Dagangan’s gains
KUALA LUMPUR: Genting Bhd and Petronas Dagangan helped the FBM KLCI eke out marginal gains early Thursday as investors looked towards institutional players to take the lead.
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Bursa continues to trend higher at mid-afternoon
KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Bursa Malaysia continued its uptrend at mid-afternoon today spurred on by bargain hunting in most index-linked counters, dealers said.
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KL shares end morning session higher
KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Bursa Malaysia ended the morning session higher, lifted by buying support from lower liners and selected heavyweight counters on improved investor sentiment, dealers said.
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KLCI retraces early morning gains by midday
KUALA LUMPUR: Tracking the overnight rally on Wall Street, Bursa Malaysia ended on positive side at midday, with the FBM KLCI advancing a 8.09 points to 1,635.53.
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Bursa Malaysia remains higher at mid-morning
KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — Bursa Malaysia remained higher at midmorning as positive sentiment continued to gather pace and recover from recent profit-taking in the broader market, dealers said.
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Bursa remains higher at mid-afternoon
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — Bursa Malaysia remained higher at mid-afternoon today on continued buying support, mostly in lower liners and the broader market shares, dealers said.
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Bursa higher at mid-day
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — Bursa Malaysia ended the morning session higher on stronger buying, lifted by gains in financial stocks as well as lower liners and broader market shares, dealers said.
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Construction plays keep gains headed into midday, oil prices on a tear
KUALA LUMPUR: Construction stocks were in the spotlight in the morning section as counters seen to benefit from the resumption of the Bandar Malaysia project rocketed on the news of its revival.
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Bursa stays higher at mid-morning
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 — Bursa Malaysia stayed higher at mid-morning today, spurred by buying momentum mainly in financial and construction stocks, dealers said.
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Construction stocks to the fore on Bandar Malaysia revival
KUALA LUMPUR: Construction stocks advanced on Monday with Ekovest and Iskandar Waterfront City (IWC) taking the lead after the government revived the Bandar Malaysia development.
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Quick take: IWC hits limit-up, Ekovest surges 40%
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Ekovest Bhd and Iskandar Waterfront City (IWC) rallied in early trade Monday following the announcement of the revival of Bandar Malaysia project last Friday.
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KLCI wavers as KL Kepong, Axiata lead decliners
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips got off to a cautious start on Wednesday in the absence of any strong firm leads from funds with KL Kepong and Axiata weighing on the FBM KLCI.
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Tenaga leads KLCI lower, crude oil eases, Ekovest in focus
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional pushed the FBM KLCI into the red in early Thursday trade in the absence of strong rerating catalysts and leads from institutional players while Ekovest was in focus.
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