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Business

Captains of industries hail moves

The private sector was left in little doubt as to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's message at the NEAC Dialogue Forum Tuesday. Read some of the views by the business community.

Business

Red jacket as an expression of endearment

'The man in red jacket' - this expression, sometimes said in jest and cynicism but often out of endearment, is directed at SK Brothers Realty boss Charlie Chan whose 'uniform' seems to reflect his flamboyant nature.

Nation

MTUC supports EPF move on withdrawals

The MTUC will support any move by the EPF which will bring back the original purpose of the creation of the fund, namely, to ensure adequate savings for retired people to live comfortably.

Business

Property on strong path to recovery

THERE is a sense of optimism among property developers that the property sector is on a strong path to recovery after weathering the challenges of the Iraq war and SARS outbreak, as well as the economic slowdown experienced over the past few years.

Business

SPNB to seek new housing areas for low-cost houses

SYARIKAT Perumahan Negara Bhd (SPNB), entrusted by the government to construct low-cost houses, will source for the right locations and funding for such housing needs of the people, Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Peter Chin said.

Letters

New concept for better towns

The affordable housing pilot project of the Klang Valley Northern Development Corridor (KVNDC)promises a new lifestyle for lowand medium income Malaysians,writes M.KRISHNAMOORTHY.

Letters

Get developers to build homes where they’re wanted

From D. CHIA of Batu Pahat.

Business

Developers: New move on low-cost housing timely

DEVELOPERS lauded the #147;timely#148; reprieve from having to build low- and low-medium-cost housing as the responsibility will be taken over by the government, particularly through Syarikat Perumahan Negara Bhd (SPNB).

Nation

Budget likely to focus on SMIs, social needs

Malaysians can expect Budget 2004 to build on the success of Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir#8217;s impressive 22 years of economic track record while providing a bag of goodies for the I>rakyat/Ias the Prime Minister#8217;s farewell gift.

Business

Boosting residential property sector

The proactive policies and measures relating to the housing industry over the last few years have been appropriate and timely in boosting economic recovery, says Datuk Jeffrey Ng, Real Estate Housing Developers Association president.