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Letters

Allocate more funds for health

From THOMAS KOK, Ipoh

AseanPlus News

Philippine crime war packs jails

Manila: Mario Dimaculangan shares a toilet with 130 other inmates in one of the Philippines’ most overcrowded jails, and conditions are getting worse as police wage an unprecedented war on crime.

People

Stay current, be different

Inspired by her family’s successful saree business, Kokilavani Palaniandi, 32, set up her own shop, Tilak’s Silk Saree House, near Masjid India, KL. She tells ZIEMAN her shop stands out by offering niche and hard-to-find merchandise.

China

China’s Singles Day sparks baby formula shortage in Australia

SYDNEY (AFP) - An Australian company has apologised to local mothers after its premium organic baby milk formula flew off domestic supermarket shelves ahead of China’s Singles Day buying frenzy on Wednesday.

Business

China firms may take a beating from forex losses

THE devaluation of the yuan, coupled with the weakening ringgit against most currencies, is expected to saddle Chinese companies with foreign exchange (forex) losses as a result of huge US-dollar debts at a time when the Johor property market is slowing down.

Community

StarMetro this week looks at 10 ways to stretch your ringgit further

With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) which came into effect on April 1, many of us will undoubtedly feel the pinch.

Nation

A juggling act for many families

After a delay of eight years, the Goods and Services Tax will finally make its debut on April 1. Sunday Star speaks to the rakyat about the much-debated tax.

Community

Basic necessities adequate in Johor despite bulk buying

JOHOR BARU: Johor is not facing a shortage of controlled items despite public buying it in bulk for donation purposes to help flood victims living in the east coast states.

Business

HP faces uphill battle with newly minted PC unit

SEATTLE/SAN FRANCISCO: Hewlett-Packard Co's Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman appeared to be banking on growth markets like 3D printing and a trickle back in PC sales when she announced on Monday a spin-off for the company's computer and printing business. But some on Wall Street are skeptical.

Business

Can Konsortium Rangkaian Serantau make it this time? (Update)

KONSORTIUM Rangkaian Serantau Sdn Bhd (KRS) was set up in 2011 with an aim to buy international bandwidth for Internet traffic to lower the cost of Internet protocol (IP) transit traffic. But three years later, it has only inched forward from where it started. The company found that the challenges were insurmountable.