Datuk Seri Sundarajoo Somu, who is making his election debut in the upcoming Aug 12 state polls, is so passionate and excited by the chance to stand as a candidate that the former deputy president and deputy CEO of Eco World Development Group Bhd said he would not be able to sleep — could not die peacefully even — if he had passed on the chance.
Its group managing director Datuk Seri Amrin Awaluddin said the recognition proves its commitment over the years to sustainability by embedding such practices in it business value chain.
According to an article by author Richard Johnson in online portal Page Six yesterday, US federal prosecutors have said Kardashian might have to give the car up, as it was allegedly bought with money “stolen from the people of Malaysia”.
This may have serious impact on Malaysia’s economy, warns chamber.
The government is also stopping the award of directly negotiated private partnership projects (PPPs) to companies, he said at a seminar on 'Procurement as part of good governance in new Malaysia: Challenges & Recommendations', organised by the Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4).
The group attributed the rise in net profit for the period ended June 30, 2018 (2QFY18) to good take-up rates for its I-Santorini, One Foresta and Forrestville projects.
Ewein said revenue growth "was mainly contributed from property development segment for higher percentage of completion and property units sold".
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