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Milestones since Aeon was established

Some important dates since Aeon, the former Jaya Jusco, was founded.

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Rising to challenge of mapping minds

Tengku Faizwa Tengku Razif had turned down several job offers, including a much sought after one as television newscaster, when she graduated from Universiti Sains Malaysia four years ago.

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Dr M: Proton should remain national carmaker

Proton adviser Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad concurs with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi that Proton Holdings Bhd would remain a national carmaker even if German carmaker Volkswagen were to acquire a stake in the company.

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A leader with a cause Lecture series in Tunku’s honour

By BARBARA TEY and SEOW MEI LING

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‘Burning cash’ could be the issue for Proton

NATIONAL carmaker Proton Holdings Bhd has come under fire from various quarters for purportedly not providing enough information on its losses for the first quarter ended June 30 (1Q06) and the huge provisioning of RM136.5mil it made in the same quarter.

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Naza to invest RM220mil in Gurun

Naza Automotive Manufacturing Sdn Bhd plans to invest RM220mil to boost its production capacity, add equipment and set up in-house manufacture of components.

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KL to host Global Leadership Forum next month

WORLD-renowned industry leaders and personalities are expected to converge at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre for the maiden Global Leadership Forum to be held on Sept 6 and 7.

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Mahaleel’s trying tenure

IT was a career path that was steered onto the fast lane when Tengku Tan Sri Mahaleel Tengku Ariff was appointed chief executive of Proton, the national car project, in 1997.

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Govt made the right decision, says EC

THE Malaysian Government made the right decision by de-pegging the ringgit against the US dollar, the European Commission (EC) said.

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Malaysian premier vows to curb government spending to rein in budget deficit

Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi pledged Thursday to cut government spending in order to reduce a budget deficit, even though he said the move may hurt his popularity.