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Sustaining, stimulating the economy

WHILE we debate what goodies Budget 2009 has in store for us today, a matter that should not be forgotten is how the Government is going to sustain and stimulate the economy through its fiscal policies.


Australia hopes for more flights to thriving Adelaide

More flight frequencies to Adelaide is what South Australia Deputy Premier Kevin Foley hopes for as the state thrives from the mining boom.


Call for clearer national policy for energy

A clearer national policy is needed for Malaysia's energy use and management to ensure it is sustainable.


Lofsa: Reinsurance to breach RM1bil

Reinsurance businesses in Labuan are expected to breach the US$1bil mark in terms of gross premiums this year.


More Islamic securities on the way

Global audit and advisory firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu said the market for Islamic securities in Malaysia still has room for growth due to interest from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as well as a supportive framework for Islamic financial products.


Zeti: Interest rate level still apt

Malaysia's interest rate is still at an appropriate level and supportive of the economy, says Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz.


Writers watchful as directors begin contract talks with studios

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The union representing Hollywood directors began its contract talks Saturday, with striking TV and film writers likely calculating how a deal might affect them.


New China enterprise tax law

Beginning today, China's new enterprise income tax law comes into effect, sweeping away a host of preferences and tax holidays for foreign-invested and foreign enterprises in the country and treating them equally with domestic enterprises.


SC to further relax listing rules on Bursa

The Securities Commission (SC) will further relax rules for foreign firms seeking to sell shares on Bursa Malaysia and those related to mergers and acquisitions (MAs) by listed companies.


RM1.13bil deficit budget for Kedah next year

The state tabled a RM1.13bil deficit budget for next year focusing on improving living quality, the state delivery system and noshade size=1 width=50%>