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One concept, one floppy

GO online, key in your criteria. How old are you? What are your expenses? How many children do you have? In a jiffy, you will have a personal financial report.

Foreigners allowed to buy land in Shanghai

SHANGHAI has decided to remove the last remaining barrier hindering foreign businesses and individuals from purchasing or leasing real estate in the city. The municipal real estate and land resources administration has issued a notification which effectively permits the purchase and leasing of real estate for business purposes.

Farm workers give up mahjong for winter jobs

FOR peasants in West Sunzhuang Village, in north China's Hebei province who have become expert mahjong players during the slack farming season, this winter has not been one of leisure and idleness as before.

Hope for 'green cars'

THE future is here as Japan recently launched #8216;green cars#8217; which run on fuel cells, writes CHANG-RAN KIM.

MRCB reaping fruits of KL Sentral

MALAYSIAN Resources Corp Bhd's (MRCB) flagship development Kuala Lumpur (KL) Sentral project has secured at least two long-term tenants for its commercial towers.

Time to boost food production

Writes M.G.D.of Kuala Lumpur.

CAHB goes from strength to strength

IT#146;S not easy to track the gains that an investor holding on to Commerce Asset-Holding Bhd (CAHB) shares would have made since 1990 considering the numerous corporate developments the group has undergone in the course of its history.

MAHB sees rise in air passengers

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) expects passenger traffic through the nation#039;s airports to increase by another million-plus or 4.5% to 34.5 million this year.

Driving Europe

Ever considered having a driving holiday in Europe? CAROL SOTTILI shares tips on where to get a car and what fees to expect.

The making of a marketing genius

DESPITE his personal wealth and eminent stature among world leaders and captains of industry today, Forever Living Products chairman Rex Maughan has not forgotten his humble beginnings. He grew up on a ranch in Idaho, growing grain, hay and tending to cattle.