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China turns commercial battlefield for multinationals

China has emerged as the biggest hunting ground for the world#8217;s largest transnational corporations as it embraces globalisation after becoming a World Trade Organisation (WTO) member three years ago.

New structured product from UOB Malaysia

The competition among banks in launching structured products is heating up as big names in the industry are rolling out these products quickly to capture market share.

Johor Corp nurtures bumi firms

Johor Corp's intrapreneur venture may well be the solution to help nurture genuine bumiputra entrepreneurs to break into the business world.

China’s PICC seen raising HK$5bil from IPO

PICC Property Casualty Co, a unit of China's biggest car and home insurer, may raise as much as HK$5.1bil in an initial public sale, bankers involved said. American International Group Inc (AIG) will develop products with PICC after subscribing for a third of the stock.

Challenges facing port industry

By Tan Sri G. GNANALINGAM

The right thing

China is waking up to the CSR notion, but legal requirements are needed to promote businesses' sense of social responsibility

China seen unlikely to drop peg soon

US Federal Reserve officials are not optimistic that China will drop its currency peg against the dollar anytime soon because that decision is in the hands of a State Council focused primarily on political stability rather than financial issues.

Carrefour, Wal-Mart boost China sales

Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's biggest retailer, and Carrefour SA, Europe's largest, enjoyed

China ops to churn future growth

FRASER amp; Neave Holdings Bhd#039;s glass packaging division is looking towards China as its area of growth for the next 10 years, said general manager Sim Kuang Meng.

The retail investors are back

THE powerful gains on the KLSE in recent days, coupled with a surge in oil, gas and water stocks, have lured back packs of retailers to the trading floor. DANNY YAP and HONG BOON HOW yesterday visited some brokerages and found many happy punters there.