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ACCCIM glad that budget deficit has not worsened

THE Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) is relieved to learn that the budget deficit estimated for 2015 has not worsened as speculated by many earlier.


ACCIM help for enterprises to go global

HANGZHOU: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) is going all out to assist Malaysian enterprises to venture into the global market.


Huge opportunities in China Silk Road

China’s plan for a new Silk Road will require infrastructural investments of US$160bil and will, in time, generate annual trade volume exceeding US$2.5tril. Malaysian SMEs cannot afford to miss out, writes HO WAH FOON.


Pharmacist’s green solution for city folk

AN initiative by a pharmacist in search of a green solution for his customers has gone a long way towards promoting urban farming in residential areas.


Credit profile checks vital: CTOS

Credit reporting agency says businesses ought to ensure that customers, partners and suppliers have good credit standing, reports NEVASH NAIR.


SMEs welcome decision to abolish renewal fees

PETALING JAYA: Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are relieved by the Cabinet’s decision to abolish the renewal fee for foreign workers’ permits over MyEG.


Damansara Jaya residents’ venture into vertical farming drums lauded

THE success of the DF FarmHouse in Kajang has led to the launch of another urban farming initiative, this time in the Damansara Jaya Residents’ and Owners’ Association (DJROA) Com-munity Centre.


MCA man: Traders with no Internet access may not be aware of GST procedures

PETALING JAYA: Businessmen and politicians are asking for leniency in dealing with traders who have yet to register themselves for Goods and Services Tax (GST).


Chamber: Tax hike will not stop soaring property prices

THE increased Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) will have a negative impact on the property industry and will not prevent property prices from soaring.


Cheque fee rise 'disconcerting'

PETALING JAYA: The processing fee for cheques from 15 sen to 50 sen – a 230% increase – is a “penalty adding to the unnecessary cost of doing business”, said the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM).