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Letters

Vote for those with integrity

From LING THIK PING, Petaling Jaya.

Business

Genting to buy 75% voting rights of Stanley

Genting International plc said its wholly-owned subsidiary Genting International Investment (UK) Ltd (GII UK) has acquired or agreed to acquire at least 75% of the voting rights of Stanley Leisure plc.

Nation

Clubs to woo brains back

The MCA will use its network of overseas clubs to encourage Malaysians working abroad to return home in a move to help reverse the brain drain, its international affairs bureau chief Datuk Lee Hwa Beng said.

AseanPlus News

The IMF meeting’s special significance for Asia

THE 61st session of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank, held in Singapore on Sept 19-20, carried great significance for the international financial system and the Asian region.

Business

IMF to tackle challenges in global economy

The InternationalMonetary Fund (IMF) has made itscommitment for greaterrepresentation of member countriesand is formulating strategies totackle challenges in changingfinancial environments.

Business

KL: Give emerging markets bigger say

Malaysia wants advanced economies to limit their claims for more voting rights in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to allow for greater representation of the emerging markets.

Letters

Making IMF relevant again

THIS week the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank meet in Singapore to discuss possible reforms to their voting structure. It is an attempt of these institutions to remain relevant, as developing countries have lost confidence in their policies and are turning to other sources of financing.

AseanPlus News

Focus on IMF voting reforms

A DEAL by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to increase the voting power and influence of developing countries is said to be almost in the bag, despite continuing stiff opposition from some of the Fund's 184 members.

Business

German truckmaker Man says it will make US$12b offer for Sweden's Scania

BERLIN (AP) - German truckmaker MAN AG said Monday it would make a euro9.6 billion (US$12.2 billion) offer for Sweden's Scania, a deal that would create Europe's largest maker of commercial vehicles.

Business

IMF members likely to approve quota plan

SINGAPORE (AP): International Money Fund members appeared set to approve a reform proposal to raise quotas for China and three other countries, delegates said.