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Landmark free trade pact with US

Singapore and the United States are to sign tomorrow a landmark free trade agreement expected to bolster Washington's economic and political ties with South-East Asia.


Tackling problems together

Last month, the Australian Government released its second White Paper on Australian foreign and trade policy.Called I>Advancing the National Interest, /I>it sets out the government#8217;s strategies for advancing the security and prosperity of Australians in a rapidly changing world reports b>James Wise./b>


New business directory boost for Finnish-Malaysian ties

LOCAL enterprises interested in exploring business opportunities in Finland will find the newly-launched Finnish-Malaysian Business Directory a helpful source of information.


Council wants fast-tracking of tax, trade pacts

THE US-Asean Business Council has called on Malaysia and the US to complete a double taxation treaty and to sign a trade and investment framework agreement (TIFA) that could pave the way to a free trade agreement (FTA).


400 from Asia expected at Gopio forum

SOME 400 businessmen, academicians and professionals from six Asian countries are expected to attend the 6th Asian Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (Gopio) conference in Putrajaya from June 6 to 8.


South Korea: an inspiring story

SOUTH Korea#039;s incredible growth and integration into the modern world economy over the past 30 years is an inspiring story to the developing world.


Pakistan economy turns around

PAKISTAN#146;S economic well-being is turning around from the decade of the 1990s, which its present administration refers to as a #147;decade of lost opportunities#148;.


PM: Stop relying on North for trade

South American and Asean countries can hedge against the possibility of being dragged down by the countries of the North if they increase their trade with one another, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.


PM arrives in Brazil today for three-day official visit

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad will arrive in Brasilia today for a three-day official visit during which he will have discussions with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to further improve ties between the two countries.

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Border fire sparks new crisis

B>BANGKOK:/BFire swept through a Cambodian market on the Thai border early Thursday after a cut-off of bilateral trade brought a new crisis in relations between the two kingdoms.