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Crude palm oil prices are expected to be well-supported by structural changes in global supply and demand for related commodities, says KL Kepong group plantations director Roy Lim Kiam Chye. PricewaterhouseCoopers managing director Chin Kwai Fatt advises companies to consider an assessment or reasssessment of their positions in corporate responsibility and align such initiatives to their business. At Glomac, group managing director Datuk Fateh Iskandar Mohamed Mansor sees plenty of signs that the property market has only started to go on an upswing.
Holiday Tours Travel Sdn Bhd general manager (leisure) Danny Jee shares his thoughts about the potential health/medical tourism offers to the country's travel industry
Sarawak is opening up more areas of its vast peat soil land for oil palm cultivation, Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said.
FOR many developed nations in Asia, population ageing has become a common phenomenon as a result of increasing longevity and declining fertility.
With people living longer and staying active even as they approach retirement age, more countries are grappling with the question of when a person is considered too old to continue working. According to visiting US-based Age Wave president Dr Ken Dychtwald, the increasing rejection of the mandatory retirement age will gradually change the outlook of retirement worldwide.
A Penang-based fertiliser company wants to capitalise on Johor's call for agriculture by promoting its organic fertilisers in the state.
TARI Bio-Tech, which in February introduced a liquid bio-fertiliser, the first of its kind in India, plans to introduce the product in Malaysia.