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Chinese votes matter in next election

THERE was disappointment when news broke that the Prime Minister was unable to open the 71st annual general meeting of the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) in Ipoh on July 28.


Bosses labouring to hire online

PETALING JAYA: Employers hiring foreign workers are facing roadblocks with the new mandatory online registration systems, en­­forced since April 1 to replace walk-in submissions.


Malaysian magazine for seniors now available

Seniors can look forward to more news relevant to them in a new lifestyle magazine for the elderly.


ACCCIM: Malaysia won't be China's puppet

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Chinese business community has rebutted claims that Malaysia will become China's puppet by giving contracts to the country.


Anwar: Not right for Malaysia to be economically dependent

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia should not be economically dependent on any particular country, said former Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.


Zahid: China's investments won't compromise Malaysia's sovereignty

KUALA LUMPUR: China’s multi-billion ringgit investments to Malaysia should not put the nation’s sovereignty at stake, said Deputy Prime Minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.


ACCCIM: Deal with illegal workers holistically

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government’s move to freeze the assets of businesses hiring illegal foreign workers may see companies having to cease operations and its staff out of jobs, says the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia.


Mixed response from employers

PETALING JAYA: There is a mixed response from employers to the Human Resources Development Fund’s (HRDF) move over the unutilised portion of the 30% levy collected into a common fund.


High hopes for urban farming

PHARMACIST Jeff Kong Jiang Foong, who first ventured into urban farming a year ago in his residential area, is bent on expanding it to more communities around the country.


‘Weekly fuel prices not practical’

PETALING JAYA: Although the proposal to fix the fuel prices on a weekly basis may be beneficial to some, there are also those who prefer it to be fixed monthly to ensure smoother planning.