• Issues  |  OCTOBER 23, 2014 3:27 PM

    Will Liew rise on the back of Battersea?

    Former SP Setia general Liew Kee Sin’s proposed special purpose acquisition company (Spac) listing is exciting, though it raises concerns of how his new outfit would hurt the existing Eco World company’s prospects. In this part of the series we look at other concerns on his latest venture — can Liew have his cake and eat it too?

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 21, 2014 6:30 PM

    Eco World, a property brand in a rush

    With a hard-hitting line-up of directors and seeking to match the collective proceeds of all four previous Spac listings on Bursa Malaysia, Liew Kee Sin’s proposed special purpose acquisition company (Spac) listing is no joke. A successful Spac listing may further hasten the larger Eco World brand’s already meteoric growth rate, but on the other hand it may hurt the existing developer too.

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 20, 2014 7:34 PM

    Coming out of “retirement”

    Former long-time SP Setia boss Liew Kee Sin, now a director in fast-rising Eco World Development Group, is working on a special purpose acquisition company (Spac) eyeing the international property scene. KiniBiz looks at Liew’s line-up for this purpose, which shapes up to be a heavyweight ensemble.

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 17, 2014 3:54 PM

    GST implementation headaches

    With all changes there is a learning curve and period of adjustment and the goods and services tax or GST will be no different. With a large number of zero-rated and exempt goods and new procedures, will the GST be more difficult to implement and adhere to?

  • Issues  |  OCTOBER 16, 2014 2:40 PM

    Some prices should go down, some up

    Some goods should fall in prices while others should rise due to the introduction of the goods and services tax (GST) while others should remain unchanged. KiniBiz looks at which these are and why.