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Business

News in brief

News briefs on: IJM Corp, Prinsiptek, FSMB Holdings, Asean Retakaful and Ocean Capital.

Education

What’s wrong at our unis

From consequence@theunknown.com, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Kedah

Education

Registered IPTS only

ONLY 34 private higher education institutions (IPTS) in the country have been given permission to recruit students from China.

AseanPlus News

South Koreans protest labour reform Bill

Tens of thousands of workers rallied and marched in Seoul yesterday to protest a controversial reform Bill designed to curb union militancy and secure labour flexibility.

Nation

‘Heritage zone’ scaled down

The 10-year freeze on development on a 193ha 'heritage zone' in inner George Town has been partially lifted to revitalise the country's oldest city.

Lifestyle

Looking back, forging ahead

For a man who claims he wasn't born an artist, Wong Hoy Cheong has built up an impressive array of works. He speaks to MARTIN VENGADESAN about life, art and politics.

Lifestyle

A nest in the sun

Conservationists and ecologists are urging the Penang State Government to save the last mangrove sanctuary of migratory birds in the inner city, writes SABRINA OOI.

Nation

Huge turnout at ISA debate as Nazri and Lim battle it out

The Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall here was filled to the brim last night as supporters from both sides of the political divide heard what was billed as the Great Malaysian Debate on the Internal Security Act.

Business

China promises private business equal treatment

China's leaders are promising to create a level playing field for private businesses by granting them the same preferential treatment'' given to state firms and repealing restrictive laws, state media said Tuesday.

AseanPlus News

US rep criticises Bush’s policies at AIDS meet

A US congresswomen launched a broadside against the AIDS policies of President George W. Bush's administration yesterday, saying the White House's focus on abstinence was undermining attempts to curb the spread of the deadly virus.