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In the last 20 years, Malaysia has pursued a path of development that has hinged on heavy industrialisation and physical infrastructure projects. The term infrastructure is used very broadly to include transportation systems like the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) and mega-projects such as the Petronas Twin Towers.
THE ringgit gained strength against the US dollar yesterday but the rise was much smaller than analysts and dealers had predicted.
Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile welcomed Friday the revaluation of China's currency, the yuan, saying it would give a boost to Australian exporters.
RHB Unit Trust Management Bhd plans to invest up to 70% of the net asset value of its latest fund in Asian equities, ex-Japan.
Surprisingly calm investors pushed stocks modestly higher Thursday, helping Wall Street recover from steep early losses after the London terror attacks that killed at least 40 people and injured more than 700.
Crude oil slipped from a record in New York on expectations a US government report today will show inventories of winter fuels rose for a fifth straight week.