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Fears of bird flu epidemic

Vietnam said yesterday that 13 people were believed to have died from bird flu as tests focused on whether the virus could jump from person to person and ultimately cause a global epidemic.


Rogue trades deepen NAB confidence crisis

National Australia Bank Ltd (NAB) faces a hard struggle to regain investor confidence after recent rogue trading losses of up to A$180mil highlighted severe risk management problems, analysts said yesterday.


US tech firms sign US$2.3bil in China deals

American telecommunications and computer equipment makers have signed contracts totalling US$2.3bil in value with Chinese companies, including deals worth about US$1.1bil to Motorola Inc.

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Shenzhen patient is not SARS suspect, says China

B>BEIJING:/BChina debunked rumours Monday that a sick man in the southern boomtown of Shenzhen was a possible SARS case, but a Hong Kong television report said one of two earlier suspected had been confirmed as having the deadly virus.


Suspected JI cell leader arrested

A suspected Jemaah Islamiah (JI) cell leader who has been eluding the police dragnet since 2002 was captured on Sunday.


A risky profession to be in

To the layman, a credit risk analyst can be likened to a spoilsport or party pooper. As Shanon Shah, a credit risk analyst with a local oil company, explains: 'A risk analyst is the voice of caution. For a giant firm, the bottom line is maximising profit. But to maximise profit, you have to think to what extent you are willing to risk, and what sort of risk you are willing to take.'


Market trader charged with murder

A 42-year-old vegetable seller was charged in a magistrate court in Seremban with killing a pregnant woman at the central market three months ago.


Aussie trader murder case transferred

A magistrate has transferred to the High Court the case of two sisters who, with two other teenage boys, were accused of murdering an Australian businessman in November.


News in brief


‘Adopt voluntary compliance on tax matters’

Traders and importers have been urged to adopt voluntary compliance in all tax-related matters, said Customs Department deputy director-general (administration) Datuk Abdul Rashid Bolong.