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Last night I arrived late for Caring’s 25th annual dinner celebration at Berjaya Times Square. I did use the excuse of horrendous traffic but it was really my own fault for not starting earlier from home. But I also had the excuse of not being able to wear my bow tie (which took 15 minutes) because the last time I wore one was during my own wedding years ago. As you can guess by now, I am wearing a new tuxedo, recently made and 30 years apart from the first one.
THE government hopes a single and well co-ordinated network to distribute Proton cars can be established soon to enable consumers to get easy access to Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd's latest model, the I>Gen.2, /I>which was launched last week.
Malaysia's exports are expected to grow more strongly this year, fuelled by demand from regions such as Asean and North-East Asia led by China.
Saudi investors have been invited to explore the possibility of joining hands with Malaysia parties in establishing I>halal /I>food production bases in Malaysia for the Asian and global markets.
Asean economic ministers signed yesterday a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (Tifa) with the United States, which will serve as a platform to further deepen and broaden trade and investment relations.
The International Trade and Industry Ministry is awaiting full details of Thailand's auto tariff policies before taking further action.
Eric Pringle writes on Malaysia-Australia ties. He is the Australian founder/director of Eric Pringle Associates Public Relations Sdn Bhd. He has lived in Malaysia since 1978 and has been vice-chairman of the Malaysia Australia Business Council since 2000.
BUMIPUTRA companies with approved permits (APs) to import cars were warned yesterday that their days could be numbered if they did not buck up and play their part in the motor industry effectively.
A TOTAL of 386 investment applications totalling RM7.3bil in value were received by the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (Mida) in the first five months of this year.
MALAYSIA'S manufacturing sector attracted a total of 993 investment applications amounting to RM25.8bil in 2003, with domestic applications accounting for 55% (RM14.2bil) of the total.