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Prospects and challenges in asset-backed securities

Aseambankers economist I>Baljeet Kaur Grewal/Iwrites about some fixed income instruments that are gradually coming of age. Besides bonds which have become very popular, the issuance of asset-backed securities is also catching on.


Samy warns toll collectors

Highway concessionaires which fail to use the Touch 'n Go electronic toll system next month will face stern action, warns Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.

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Fifteen women to burn rubber in Pasir Gudang

Fifteen drivers are set to create history when they line up on the grid during the Malaysia Race Series 1 at the Johor Circuit in Pasir Gudang on May 24-25. They are all women. And they will be taking part in the Ladies' Cup Malaysian Challenge - the first women's race in Asia.


Intel Penang to make Pentium M processor

INTEL Technology Sdn Bhd will undertake the assembly and testing of the Intel Pentium M processor, one of three essential components of the newly launched Intel Centrino mobile technology, in the 2nd half of this year.


Challenges and growth of Islamic debt markets

In the third of a series of 6 articles, economist Baljeet Kaur Grewal looks at the growth of the private debt securities market and within that niche, the growth of Islamic debt instruments.


Views from Malaysian CEOS on the impact of Iraq war

Most Malaysian CEOs have expressed optimism that the US-led Iraq war would be short and therefore would have minimal impact on the Malaysian economy.


Johor school bags Intel prize

A simple observation sparked off an idea that bagged the top prize for the Intel National Schools#8217; Science Innovation Competition 2003, a three-day event held recently in Sungai Petani, Kedah.


Impact of world events on bonds

THE beating of war drums has increased in tempo, sending currents through global financial markets as the likelihood of war becomes imminent.


Bond market flourishes under sound framework

MALAYSIA#039;S bond market remains one of the most vibrant and successful in the region owing to its structural depth, sound regulatory framework, vast development of Islamic debt instruments and the conducive economic environment.


Koh: Intel Penang a good benchmark for competencies

SEMICONDUCTOR companies in Penang should use leading chipmaker Intel Technology Sdn Bhd#146;s competencies as a benchmark to achieve a level of excellence in the ICT industry, says Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.