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Web-only Exclusives
November 30, 2000

From Our Correspondent: Hirohito and the War
A conversation with biographer Herbert Bix

From Our Correspondent: A Rough Road Ahead
Bad news for the Philippines - and some others

From Our Correspondent: Making Enemies
Indonesia needs friends. So why is it picking fights?

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SPECIAL SHARES ALLOCATION
BY BUMIPUTRA COMPANIES
1993


COMPANY'S NAME BUMIPUTRA INVESTORS ALLOCATION
     
1. Sykt Kayu Wangi Bhd. a. BHR Ent Sdn Bhd 625,000
  (Ahmad Rizan Basir) 625,000
     
2. Grand Central Ent. Bhd a. Bapema Corp Sdn Bhd 500,000
  (Hamid Atan) 500,000
     
3. Intergrated Logistic Bhd a. Bapema Corp Sdn Bhd 500,000
  (Hamid Atan) 500,000
     
4. Reliance Pacific Bhd a. Prestige Avenue (M) Sdn Bhd 200,000
  (Mukriz Mahathir)  
  b. Kumpulan Segeramaju Sdn Bhd 200,000
  (Hj Zainal Arshad Hj Zainal Abidin) 400,000
     
5. Juan Kuang (M) Inds. Bhd a. Natovest (M) Sdn Bhd 500,000
  (Not available) 500,000
     
6. Pan Malaysia Ind. Bhd a. Kelengkapan Hold Sdn Bhd 2,000,000
  (Not available) 2,000,000
     
7. Golden Pharos Bhd a. Pesama Timber Corp Sdn Bhd 3,000,000
  (Hj W. Mohd Noor W. Ahmad) 3,000,000
     
8. Granite Industries Bhd a. Khidmas Sdn Bhd 2,420,000
  (Shamsuddin Hassan)  
  b. Primanika Sdn Bhd 20,000
  c. Batu Bara Sdn Bhd 20,000
  d. Permatang Jaya Sdn Bhd 20,000
    2,480,000
     
9. Bedford Berhad a. Cempaka Urus Sdn Bhd 3,000,000
  (Iskandar Hussein) 3,000,000
     
10. Industrial Oxy Inco Bhd a. Sykt Bumiputera Sdn Bhd 8,000,000
  (Dato’ Hj Ibrahim) 8,000,000
     
11. Leader Universal Hold Bhd a. SDB Cor Sdn Bhd 1,500,000
  (Daud Seman)  
  b. Lanar Bintang Sdn Bhd 1,500,000
  (Mohd Mazlan Mohd Nong) 3,000,000
     
12. Johan Hold Bhd a. Prisma Perkasa Sdn Bhd 22,703,841
  (Raja Mohar Raja Badiozaman)  
  b. Setia Permata Sdn Bhd 14,896,000
  (Raja Mohar Raja Badiozaman) 37,599,841
     
13. Selangor Dredging Berhad a. KK Industries Sdn Bhd 2,000,000
  (Tun Dato’ Hj Omar Yoke Lin Ong) 2,000,000
     
14. Perfect Food Industrial Bhd a. Arsa Sdn Bhd 270,000
  (Not available) 270,000
     
15. Anson Perdana Berhad a. Juara Kelana Sdn Bhd 1,000,000
  (Zul Azri A. Aziz) 1,000,000
     
16. S&P Food Ind (M) Bhd a. Mohd Mutiara Sdn Bhd 2,000,000
  (Not available) 2,000,000
     
17. Southern Steel Berhad a. First Fleet Sdn Bhd 8,260,000
  (Dato’ Halim Saad) 8,260,000
     
18. Prolexus Berhad a. Narspa Hold. Bhd 2,156,000
  (Ahmad Mustapha Ghazali) 2,156,000
     
19. Kemayan Oil Palm Berhad a. Tegak Megah Sdn Bhd 60,000,000
  (Mohd Shaker Hj Ismail) 60,000,000

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