myMetro, 28 December 2008 – 60% price cut (Potong harga 60 peratus, Malay Version)

myMetro, 28 Disember 2008, Oleh MOHD HARZRUL AMINUDDIN

Konsep potongan harga sehingga 60 peratus dijanjikan kepada pengguna jika mereka memilih Pasar Raya Besar Carrefour di Tropicana Mall Damansara, di sini, sebagai destinasi untuk membeli barangan keperluan.

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Utusan Malaysia, 28 December 2008 – Carrefour introduces compact hypermarket next year (Carrefour perkenalkan pasar raya hiper kompak tahun depan, Malay Version)

Utusan Malaysia , 28 Disember 2008

Carrefour Malaysia, pengendali pasar raya hiper kedua terbesar di Malaysia, mengubah strategi perniagaan dengan mula memperkenalkan pasar raya hiper bersaiz lebih kecil daripada biasa di seluruh negara tahun depan.

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China Press, 27 December 2008 – 16th Carrefour Opening in Malaysia (全馬第16間白沙羅家樂福開張, Chinese Version)

China Press , 27 December 2008

全馬第16間家樂福(CARREFOUR)霸級市場,今日在白沙羅Tropicana City Mall,正式開張營業。

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The Star, 10 December 2008 – Teacher's Pad in Damansara Intan

The Star, 10 December 2008, By Johnni Wong

Teacher Paul Lim scouted around Petaling Jaya for a new condominium unit that meets his modern lifestyle and yet is affordable. And he found it right across from where he was renting an apartment.

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The Edge Daily, 26 September 2008 – Deferment of Dijaya's rights issue positive for shareholders

The Edge Daily, 26 September 2008

Last week, Dijaya Corp (RM1.02) announced that it had received approval for an extension of six months until March 27, 2009 to implement its proposed rights and warrants issue.

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The Star, 11 September 2008 – Rain proves to be no dampener as Tropicana folks get together

The Star, 11 September 2008, by Oh Ing Yeen

DAMANSARA Indah Resorts Homes are now known as Tropicana Indah Resort Homes in a bid to embrace the concept of totality. Dijaya Corporation Bhd group managing director Tong Kien Onn announced the change recently.

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The Edge Daily, 25 August 2008 - InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 287

The Edge Daily, 25 August 2008

Share prices on Bursa headed lower for the third consecutive week, although the KLCI closed well off its earlier intra-week lows due to a strong rally last Friday.

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The Edge Daily, 20 August 2008 - Corporate M'sia puts best foot forward

The Edge Financial Daily, 20 August 2008 by Yantoultra Ngui Yichen, Julie Chong, Lu Jing Shia, Sakinah Latif, Joy Lee, Fong Min Hun & Venus Hew

Another edition of the The Edge-Bursa Malaysia Rat Race.

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The Edge Daily, 31 July 2008 - Dijaya hopes to do better

The Edge Daily, 31 July 2008

Dijaya Corp Bhd is back for its fourth consecutive year in the Kuala Lumpur Rat Race. Its runners have been training since the beginning of the month, meeting every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The company will also be fielding a team of cheerleaders for the cheerleading competition.

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The Edge Daily, 28 July 2008 - Seven dream homes win awards

The Edge Daily, 28 July 2008

This year’s haven/The Edge My Dream Home Awards saw seven winners made up of three Gold Award winners and four Silver Award winners.

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Business Times, 17 July 2008 - Dijaya Corporation

The Business Times, 17 July 2008

DIJAYA Corporation is renowned for creating distinctive residential resorts and commercial properties in Malaysia. Listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange since 1992, the Group is diversified with businesses including resort and property development and manufacturing.

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Property Investment Reviews & Analysis In Malaysia Blog, 24 June 2008 - Casa Indah 2, Damansara Indah, PJ (Introduction)

Property Investment Reviews & Analysis In Malaysia Blog, 24 June 2008

Casa Indah 2 will be the successor of Casa Indah 1, both of which located right next to each other

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The Edge Daily, 6 June 2008 - Dijaya's expected strong growth pushed to 2009

The Edge Daily, 6 June 2008

DIJAYA Corp’s (cum: RM1.20, ex-rights: RM1.11) recent 1Q FY Dec 2008 results were below expectations, largely due to one-off costs relating to its recent land acquisitions, and higher taxes. We had expected a relatively flat first half, since all its earlier planned new launches in Tropicana and India will only take off in mid-2008. However, these projects have now been delayed, and Dijaya’s expected strong growth for this year will be pushed to 2009.

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NST, 15 May 2008 - Play golf and help the sick, disabled

NST, 15 May 2008

Put on your golf shoes on May 31 for a good cause.

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The Star, 8 May 2008 – Dijaya the first to contribute to relief fund

The Star, 8 May 2008

One of the first things Dijaya Corporation Berhad group chief executive officer Tan Sri Danny Tan Chee Sing did after reading about the plight of Cyclone Nargis victims in Myanmar was direct his staff to make arrangements to help them.

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The Star, 25 April 2008 – Tropicana folks want to know status of township

The Star, 25 April 2008

Tropicana residents in Petaling Jaya want clarification on the status of their community so that either the developer or the local authority could be held accountable for providing services in the area.

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NST, 14 April 2008 – Dijaya mulls land sale for RM25m

NST, 14 April 2008 – by Ooi Tee Ching

PROPERTY developer Dijaya Corp Bhd is mulling the sale of its 207ha agricultural land in Perak for some RM25 million to help fund its Tropicana City mixed development in Petaling Jaya.

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The Edge Daily, 14 April 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 268

The Edge Daily, 14 April 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 268

SHARES on Bursa Malaysia traded on a firmer footing last week. The benchmark KL Composite Index gained a cumulative 25 points for the week, to finish at 1,246.8 points.

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The Star, 4 April 2008 – News in brief - Dijaya CEO ups stake in Sunrise

The Star, 4 April 2008

Dijaya Corp Bhd group chief executive officer Tan Sri Danny Tan Chee Sing has increased his stake in Sunrise Bhd to 6.91% or 31.02 million shares following the acquisition of eight million shares via private treaty between March 26 and March 28.

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The Edge Daily, 31 March 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 266

The Edge Daily, 31 March 2008

THE local stock market staged a strong recovery last week, helped by bargain hunting activities after the recent steep selldown, improved domestic sentiment following the Invest Malaysia 2008 conference and some stability on Wall Street.

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The Star, 31 March 2008 – Evolution of housing industry

The Star, 31 March 2008

HOW time flies. Before we know it, many of us, including this writer, have hit the magical age of 55 and suddenly we find ourselves at a crossroads, eager to take on new challenges.

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The Edge Daily, 24 March 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 265

The Edge Daily, 24 March 2008

The local stock market treaded water last week, pressured by continued volatility in global equity markets, the collapse of US investment bank Bear Stearns and a number of downgrades on the local bourse by foreign research houses.

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The Edge Daily, 17 March 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 264

The Edge Daily, 17 March 2008

THE 12th general election was a historic event, with the results likened to a "political tsunami" that no one had ever expected.

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The Edge Daily, 10 March 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 263

The Edge Daily, 10 March 2008

THE final week leading up to Malaysia’s 12th general election may have been a fairly exciting one for the political landscape. However, it was a disappointment for stock market investors, not only here but across the region as well. Further sharp falls on Wall Street, record oil prices and weak US economic data continue to cast a pall over the outlook for equities in the near term.

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The Edge Daily, 7 March 2008 – Dijaya's good results - and stronger growth ahead

The Edge Daily, 7 March 2008

DIJAYA Corp (RM1.29) reported a good set of final results for FY Dec 2007. Revenue for the year rose 43.1% to RM254.5 million while pretax profit increased 15.7% to RM71.6 million. Net profit rose 20.5% to RM48.8 million, or 18.8 sen per share.

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The Star, 27 February 2008 – RM200,000 for needy students

The Star, 27 February 2008

Dijaya Corporation Berhad presented RM200,000 to Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) at their annual dinner which was held recently.

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The Star, 24 February 2008 – Pleasant PJ

The Star, 24 February 2008

he first planned town in Malaysia, Petaling Jaya became a city in June 2006 and has several worthwhile places to visit.

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The Edge Daily, 22 February 2008 – Dijaya buys 10-ha lands for RM18 million

The Edge Daily, 22 February 2008

Dijaya Corporation Berhad's unit Dijaya Property Sdn Bhd (DPSB) is acquiring two parcels of freehold land measuring at 9.24-hectare and 1.59-ha each in Cheras, Hulu Langat, Selangor for RM18.66 million.

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MySinchew, 13 February 2008 – Dijaya Corp acquires agriculture land in Kuala Langat for RM29.5m

MySinchew, 13 February 2008

DIJAYA CORPORATION reported that its 100% owned unit NADI JELITA SB had on Feb 6, 2008 entered into an Agreement to acquire 4 plots of freehold agricultural land measuring 93.4 acres in Kuala Langat from BETA FAME sb for a cash consideration of RM29.5m.

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The Edge Daily, 12 February 2008 – Dijaya Corp in RM270m Kuala Langat mixed development

The Edge Daily, 12 February 2008

Dijaya Corporation Bhd plans to carry out a mixed development project on four parcels of agricultural land in Kuala Langat, with a preliminary estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM270 million.

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The Star, 12 February 2008 – Dijaya unit buying land for RM30 million

The Star, 12 February 2008

Dijaya Corp Berhad's indirect wholly-owned subsidiary Nadi Jelita Sdn Bhd has signed an agreement with Beta Fame Sdn Bhd to acquire four parcels of freehold agriculture land for RM29.5 million.

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The Edge Daily, 21 January 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 256

The Edge Daily, 21 January 2008

Global equity markets plunged last week, as growing evidence of a recession in the US spooked investors worldwide. The KLCI fell a total of 76.7 points or 5.1% last week, to end at 1,439.5 on Friday.

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The Edge Daily, 18 January 2008 – Dijaya proposes rights issue to raise RM100 million

The Edge Daily, 18 January 2008 - By Woon Wu Lin

Property developer Dijaya Corporation Berhad has proposed a renounceable two-call rights issue of up to 214.11 million new shares with up to 142.74 million free warrants to raise a minimum of RM100 million for its working capital and funding requirements.

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The Star, 18 January 2008 – Dijaya proposes rights issue

The Star, 18 January 2008

Dijaya Corp Bhd is proposing a renounceable two-call rights issue of up to 214.1 million new shares, together with up to 142.7 million free detachable warrants, on the basis of three rights shares with two free warrants for every four existing shares held at an entitlement date to be determined later.

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The Edge Daily, 7 January 2008 – InsiderAsia's Model Portfolio - Week 254

The Edge Daily, 7 January 2008

After a hesitant start, the first week of 2008 turned out to be a rather good one for the local bourse. Thanks to a strong rally last Friday, which saw the KLCI surging 31.3 points, the benchmark index is now at a new record high of 1,466.7 — up 19.6 points or 1.4% for the week, and 1.5% so far for the new year.

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