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The Government has made a point-by-point rebuttal to I>The Economist/I>, defending the political stability in the country over the 31 years the Barisan Nasional had been in power.
BOTH I>Berita Harian/Iand I>Utusan Malaysia/Ifront-paged the directive by Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to the police and the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry to intensify the eradication of pornographic VCDs.
The PAS Kelantan government has failed to implement the national agricultural policy since it took over the state 13 years ago, said National Economic Action Council (NEAC) executive director Datuk Mustapa Mohamad.
THE proposed Business and Econo-mic Intelligence Centre (BEIC) for the palm oil industry is already at an advanced stage of establishment, according to Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) chairman Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.
SOON-TO-BE-LISTED Scomi Group Bhd expects its overseas oil and gas services business to contribute at least 40% to its income in the next three to five years, according to its president and chief executive officer Shah Hakim Zain.
THE National Economic Action Council (NEAC) remains confident that Malaysia will achieve the projected 4.5% growth in gross domestic product (GDP) this year even though a number of research bodies have scaled down their projections to below the government#039;s revised forecast.
THE Malaysian economy is now in a much stronger position to withstand challenges compared to the time of the Asian financial crisis in 1997/1998, according to academician and National Economic Action Council (NEAC) head of the special consultancy team on globalisation, Professor Dr Mahani Zainal Abidin.
PROFESSOR Mahani Zainal Abidin is an optimist. Whenever she faces any problems, she bounces back with the philosophy that tomorrow is another day and there is hope that one's fortune may change.
Malaysia needs more than 200,000 engineers by 2010 to develop the country in various engineering fields. However, at the start of the new millennium there were only about 64,000 engineers, said National Economic Action Council special adviser Datuk Rahmah Abu Kassim.
AS if coping with the uncertainties of war isn#039;t enough, economies in the region now have to cope with yet another crisis. The deadly Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is taking its toll on Asia at a time when many of these economies are already vulnerable due to a weak external sector.