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Korea's won sees best year vs US$ since 2009; Asia FX outlook rosy

SINGAPORE: The South Korean won hit a 16-month high on Friday to cap the best year since the global financial crisis and led gains among emerging Asian currencies,with a brighter 2013 outlook for regional units with hopes for more inflows to the area.

Japan data shows more economic gloom

TOKYO: Japanese factories slowed in November, spelling out the daunting task that lies ahead for a new conservative government in reviving the world's third-largest economy.

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on Dec 28(Friday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.

KLCI closes at record high of 1,681

Sustained local fund buying enabled the FBM KLCI to record two milestones on Friday, which were the record intra-day high of 1,686.70 and all-time closing high of 1,681.33.

Year’s top five delicious discoveries

AS we count the days to end the year, here is a recap of my highlights on some really decent makan places in the Klang Valley.

Japan reassures on bond

TOKYO: Japans new finance minister has sought to quell concern about the countrys weak finances, saying the government will not rely solely on debt to fund economic stimulus and will try to limit new debt issuance next fiscal year.

Samo's top five delicious makan places

Our columnist recaps on some really decent makan places in the Klang Valley.

Malim Nawar road users urge authorities to fix depression quickly

ROAD users in Malim Nawar, especially motorcyclists, are annoyed that lorries transporting sand are exacerbating the problem of potholes at the town near Kampar.

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on Dec 27(Thursday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.

Japan's yen offensive may give Toyota an edge over Hyundai

TOKYO: When Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda visited northern Japan in July last year and announced a US$24 million engine plant expansion, some analysts saw it as evidence of a flawed strategy that put patriotism above profitability.