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DEVELOPING countries will face devastating economic consequences if the European Union (EU) manages to successfully push three new agreements on investment, competition and government procurement to be adopted in the World Trade Organisation (WTO), according to Third World Network executive director Martin Khor.
NAM member countries, which are mostly well endowed with high potential commodities, are encouraged to improve on their bargaining power by emulating the success of major world rubber producers Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand in their joint cooperation of influencing the rubber prices in the international market.
DELEGATES to the inaugural business forum of the 13th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit In Kuala Lumpur have unanimously called for the establishment of a permanent business council on South-South co-operation to promote the multilateral and bilateral business and trade relationship among NAM members.
Malaysian companies, having embarked on the e-business journey to revolutionise their business interactions and transactions, should now strive to become #147;on demand#148; businesses to enhance their competitiveness in today#039;s global economy, said IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Voon Seng Chuan.
MALAYSIA#039;S diverse natural resources could act as buffers against adverse impact from a possible US-led war on Iraq, Malaysian Economic Association president Datuk Dr Gan Khuan Poh said.
IT IS time Malaysian manufacturers adopt indigenous product design rather than continue to depend on foreign designs.