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Utusan's winning run continues

New Straits/Business Times 04 Jun 2014
A week after their success in the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency Inter-Media competition, the keglers from the Malay  daily displayed their prowess once again by winning the Second SSIC Bhd (Selangor State Investment Centre)-Media Friendly Bowling Tournament at Wangsa Bowl, Setia City Mall, here recently.
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Avani Sepang sees revenue exceeding RM50m this year

New Straits/Business Times 10 Mar 2014
Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort is confident its revenue will exceed RM50 million this year as it targets Asia Pacific and European travellers ... The resort, which began operations in 2010, is owned by Sepang Goldcoast Sdn Bhd (SGSB) and operated by Thailand-based Minor International.
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$30b Expansion for Dawn

All Africa 05 Feb 2004
"It is too early for me to disclose all the information about the deal. We are making progress in certain projects," he said ... Relevant Links Southern Africa. Zimbabwe ... The company has four subsidiaries which include Nhaka Properties, which in turn owns three holding companies - Laclede Investments, Goldcoast properties and Calpine Investments. .
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Beattie Promotes Queensland as Investment Area

Chosun Ilbo 15 Nov 2001
"Queensland is famous for tourist attractions like Goldcoast, but in fact the state is the best place for foreign investment," said Peter Beattie, governor of Queensland, on his visit to Korea for the office-launching ceremony for its Trade Council to Korea on Thursday.
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