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JAPAN-BOUND Malaysian products can enjoy tariff cuts or waivers as early as 2004 if Tokyo and Kuala Lumpur agree to an #147;early harvest#148; approach in their proposed bilateral free trade area (BFTA), said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.
The controversy over why acting PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang was present at a meeting of radicals in Indonesia about two-and-a-half years ago continued yesterday, with Barisan Nasional leaders pushing for an investigation and PAS defending its leader's actions.
All eyes are now on Zaid Ibrahim following his appointment as Kelantan Umno deputy liaison chief three weeks ago. The onus is on this lawyer-politician to prove that his appointment is the right tonic for Barisan Nasional in the opposition ruled state, writes JOCELINE TAN.
The weak inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Malaysia has remained a key concern since the Asian financial crisis period. It has not helped any that the country's manufacturing sector's recovery is lagging owing to more current external concerns such as the threat of war and weak confidence in some of Malaysia's major trading partners.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad paid tribute to the country#8217;s first woman Cabinet member, Tan Sri Fatimah Hashim, saying that her work in politics had opened #8220;floodgates#8221; and created new opportunities for Umno to gather support from Malaysian women.
MALAYSIAN car parts manufacturers who have introduced #147;kaizen#148; into their manufacturing processes are achieving higher levels of productivity but more improvement is required before they can be globally competitive, according to automotive experts from Japan.
GE Plastics Malaysia will invest US$1mil (RM3.8mil) this year to upgrade its multi-walled polycarbonate sheet manufacturing facility in Klang.