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Arroyo foes appeal court ruling on sales tax

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine opposition lawmakers filed an appeal with the Supreme Court on Monday, asking it to reverse a ruling that upheld the legality of an expanded sales tax at the heart of the government's fiscal reform plans.

Power team in New York

They are called the Dream Team and their aim was to impress fund managers here to put their money in Malaysia.

PM leads roadshow to highlight Malaysia’s attractions

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi arrived here for the first leg of the Malaysian Global Roadshow aimed at selling Malaysia as an attractive investment destination to portfolio investors.

PM: Let bumi vendors survive

Government-linked companies (GLC) have been warned not to betray bumiputra vendors and suppliers by pushing them out of their niches.

Singapore may hold early election this year - paper

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who has been in office nearly 12 months, may call elections later this year, media and analysts said on Saturday.

Futsal fun for 40 kids

Forty children from three shelter homes participated in a futsal competition on Saturday. The CIMB Charity Drive Futsal Competition, which was held at the Sports Barn in Petaling Jaya, was organised by CIMB Group in line with its quarterly charity drive.

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Compiled by SHANTINI SUNTHARAJAH

Student shines

The Univesity of Nottingham again proved its mettle in teaching, learning and research when one of its top students recently won industry recognition for her efforts.

CIMB to become universal banking entity under RM5.3bil deal

The CIMB banking group will emerge as Malaysia's first universal banking entity with its investment banking business being integrated with that of Commerce Asset-Holding Bhd's (CAHB) commercial banking arm, Bumiputra-Commerce Bank Bhd (BCB).

Banks blame syndicates for sharp fall on Bursa Malaysia

Several major local banks Thursday night denied they were responsible for the sharp fall of stocks on Bursa Malaysia lately, and instead placed the blame on speculators and stock market syndicates.