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GROWTH in industrial production cooled a little in June after a scorching pace in April and May but was still strong enough to suggest that activity in factories was still robust.
SINGAPORE: Acting Manpower Minister Ng Eng Hen said yesterday that Nanyang Technological University (NTU) economists were way off the mark by claiming that most new jobs created in the past five years had gone to foreigners.
MALAYSIA'S trade surplus grew 6.6% to RM6.8bil in June, from RM6.4bil in May, taking the year-on-year increase for the first half-year to 61.4%, according to statistics released yesterday by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti).
Gender issues probably rank as one of the media favourites, alongside politics, entertainment and religion.
SALES in the manufacturing sector increased by 5.2% or RM1.3bil to RM26.4bil in May from RM25.1bil a year ago. It was also higher by 0.8% or RM0.2bil than the RM26.2bil reported in April.