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Just how much profit is enough?

Employers must be real entrepreneurs and be innovative in creating values, not destroying them by wicked means and denying workers of their statutory rights.

Waterfront projects in Miri a viable proposition for investors

KUCHING: Miri is primed for one of its largest facelifts of the decade under the landmark Miri Waterfront Transformation Project, which will see the development of a five-star luxury hotel.

Shifting sound shapes

Sound as an art form is gaining prominence and acceptance in museums and galleries around the world.

KL tin priceseen to hover between US$21,700 AND US$22,000 per tonne next week

KUALA LUMPUR: Tin price on the Kuala Lumpur Tin Market (KLTM) is likely to hover between US$21,700 and US$22,000 per tonne in the coming holiday-shortened week on sustained buying support.

Palm oil posts biggest weekly loss in ine on demand fears

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures ended lower on Friday, hitting a 2-month low and stretching losses into a seventh day following reports that exports had plunged in early January, spiking fears that palm oil stocks will fluctuate.

Palm oil export tax may be cut by Indonesia to offset India tariff rise

NEW DELHI/JAKARTA: Indonesia may consider cutting the export tax on refined palm oil to offset an increase in import tariffs by leading buyer India, officials and traders said on Friday.

Exclusive - Iran, Russia negotiating big oil-for-goods deal

LONDON/ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran and Russia are negotiating an oil-for-goods swap worth $1.5 billion a month that would enable Iran to lift oil exports substantially, undermining Western sanctions that helped persuade Tehran in November to agree to a preliminary deal to curb its nuclear programme.

Minetech back on the radar?

LONG-FORGOTTEN Minetech Resources Bhd has been getting some attention of late.

Malaysians must commit to energy-efficient lifestyle

I AGREE totally with the write-up, “The future of waste disposal” (StarMetro, Jan 8).

MCT Consortium emerges as GW Plastics' white knight

AFTER staying afloat for more than one year without its core business, GW Plastics Holdings Bhd has found its white knight in MCT Consortium Bhd. MCT will take over its listing status for RM1.21bil.