By Hsu Chuang Khoo KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 (Reuters) - Some of Malaysia's biggest state-invested firms unveiled their financial targets for the first time on Wednesday, as the government tries to rekindle investor interest in the dominant state-linked sector. The state controls or partly owns companies that account for at least a third of the local stock market, but some foreign investors have begun to go cold on these firms, complaining that a two-year-old government drive to reform them ...
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