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Analysts optimistic on Lotus outlook because of new plan

PETALING JAYA: Analysts are fairly optimistic on the prospects of performance carmaker Lotus Group now that owner DRB-Hicom Bhd has scrapped the five-years-five car turnaround plan.

South Korea's President Lee apologises for graft scandal

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Lee Myung-bak issued a public apology on Tuesday for what he said was

Hypermart holds price reduction drive to reward customers

IN LINE with the Government’s encouragement to spend wisely, Carrefour Malaysia introduced its latest campaign — Cheapest Price Guarantee Commitment.

Residential property market helping to drive sales of consumer electronic products

CONSUMER product retail businesses can count on the sales of completed residential properties to drive their sales this year, in the face of a lower GDP forecast and tightening credit.

S.Korea's President Lee apologises for graft scandal

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Lee Myung-bak issued a public apology on Tuesday for what he said was

Six fined over fraudulent EPF withdrawals

KUALA LUMPUR: Six Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contributors have been found guilty of making fraudulent withdrawals between April and June this year.

S. Korea's Lee apologises over brother's graft case

SEOUL: South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak apologised to the nation Tuesday for what he called heartbreaking corruption cases allegedly involving his elder brother and close aides.

Six EPF members fined for fraudulent withdrawals

KUALA LUMPUR: Six contributors of the Employees Provident fund (EPF) have been found guilty of making fraudulent withdrawals between April and June this year.

Spain full-blown bailout fears peak after black Friday

MADRID: A eurozone bailout for Spain’s banks and a tough batch of pay cuts and tax hikes have not been enough to save the country from the risk of a full-blown bailout, analysts warn.

NRG Energy buys GenOn in US$1.7bil stock deal

NRG Energy struck a deal to buy rival GenOn Energy Inc for $1.7 billion in stock, forming the largest U.S. independent power producer as the companies contend with sagging electricity prices.