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By boosting production ahead of the war in Iraq, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) succeeded in allaying concerns about a possible oil shortage once the shooting began. Yet, instead of celebrating its achievement, Opec fears that the world is now awash in crude and at risk of a ruinous price crash.
RINA Matsui's fascination with fabrics led to the creation of her bag collection five years ago. Since then, the bags #8211; under the label Flowerdrum #8211; have garnered quite a niche following amongst Kuala Lumpur's bag enthusiasts, and her venture is now a booming business.
INVESTING for wartime turned out to be a relatively simple matter during World War II: You bought stocks of the industrial companies that were helping to produce the war machine.
TENGKU Dr Mohd Azzman Shariffadeen is synonymous with information technology (IT) in Malaysia.
AS I write, I grieve with tear-swollen eyes. One of my closest friends, Mary Thanabalan (nee Mary Goh) died #8220;yesterday#8221; morning (Feb 27) after failing to recover from brain surgery to remove a tumour, which had maliciously wrapped itself around her brain stem. I have had many bouts of sobbing, and I am not finished. But Mary would have been the first to insist that commitments must be met. So I write.
THE current bullishness in the price of crude palm oil (CPO) will be somewhat affected by the middle of this year following emerging 'dampening' factors, particularly on the international front, according to Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) chief executive M.R. Chandran.
The first part yesterday of the roundtable discussions dwelt on the KLSE#8217;s lacklustre performance for 2002, and the factors contributing to its weakness. The concluding part talks about the market#8217;s probable outlook for this year, given the looming prospect of war in Iraq.