KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 7): Top Glove Corp Bhd executive chairman Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai said that every piece of the jigsaw must form the picture which makes the aspired brand in order for markets and businesses to be competitive in a globalised environment. Lim wrote in his latest message on Top Glove's website that in a globalised environment, markets and businesses cannot afford a segregated public and private sector approach.
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 4): The component stocks of the FBM KLCI will soon be up for its semi-annual review by FTSE Russell, following the last one done in June, and the current constituents are unlikely to change given that they have maintained their position as the top 30 counters on Bursa Malaysia by market capitalisation.
The time is now right to again raise the issues of rubber planters, which were not fully addressed in the 2022 Budget and 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP).
It is also the opportune time because the prime minister himself went through life as the son of a rubber tapper. He understands better the kind of hardship faced by a rubber tapper's family. The situation has not changed much since then.