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Garbage galore on our beaches and 15 clean-ups
The Star, 8 March 2018
On March 3, over 500 people in 15 locations around Malaysia took part beach clean-ups. But it wasn’t just to clear the scenic seasides of trash, it was also to collect data on the sheer scale of our marine debris problem.

Jeweller with a heart of gold
The Star, 5 March 2018
LESS THAN a month after opening their first boutique in Malaysia, jeweller Roberto Coin is introducing a special limited-edition pendant to their collection, to mark the lunar new year and for a good cause.

YTL reveals plans for new arena in Bristol
The Edge Markets, 1 March 2018
The Bristol Post said YTL has unveiled the first glimpse of its impressive plan to transform the iconic Brabazon hangar into a world-class venue for the city.

YTL’s Academy set for April launch
TTR Weekly, 24 February 2018
YTL Hotels will reopen the Academy, this April, following a major interior remake of the five Georgian townhouses that make up the London hotel.

YTL Corp Registers Half-Year Revenue of RM7.8 Billion (US$2.0 Billion) & Profit of RM604 Million (US$154 Million)
Kuala Lumpur, 23 February 2018
YTL Group Managing Director Tan Sri Dato’ (Dr) Francis Yeoh Sock Ping, CBE, FICE, said, “The Group’s revenue increased by 10% to RM7.8 billion for the first half of the 2018 financial year, whilst profit before taxation grew 12% to RM836 million compared to the same period last year. Our utilities segment saw increases in revenue and profit before taxation resulting from the commencement of supply on 1 September 2017 from Paka Power Station under the new power purchase agreement in the contracted power generation sub-segment, coupled with better performance in the mobile broadband division following the launch of nationwide 4G LTE services last year.

“Our cement business recorded an increase in revenue on the back of higher sales volumes in the cement and quarry divisions, although profit before tax was affected by production cost increases and competitive pricing in the domestic market. The construction segment registered improved revenue due to better site progress, offset by lower construction margins.

“Meanwhile, in the hotels segment, the increase in revenue was contributed mainly by The Hotel Stripes in Kuala Lumpur, Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel in Australia and 3 new hotels in the United Kingdom, with the decrease in profit before tax arising due to unrealised foreign exchange losses on intercompany balances.”

 
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