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A STRONG and stable China with a booming economy would eventually benefit the 'Little Tiger' economies of Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines in the long run, but in the short run or over the next few years, China looms more as a competitor than a benefactor, said Penang chief minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.---------------------------------------------
The Government has asked Projek Lebuhraya Utara Selatan (PLUS) to consider introducing a system that allows electronic toll collection without motorists having to stop or slow down on the highway.
SEAH CHIANG NEE writes in from the tiny island city of Singapore.
Students have been urged to consider the textile and apparel-manufacturing course offered at Tunku Abdul Rahman College#8217;s Johor campus to help meet demand for skilled workforce in the industry.
What? Kuala Lumpur is less friendly than New York and(gasp!) Singapore? b>Lee Siew Peng/bfinds out what thehue and cry is all about.
A popular issue that kept cropping up in many of the sessions at the World Education Market 2003 was globalisation and its effects on education. Whether in the conference programme, the TV Forums or the Agora E-Village presentations, the emphasis on globalisation was obvious. Foreseeing this, a special interactive debate session titled I>Globalisation Issues and its Impact on Higher Education /I>wasI/I>scheduled in the conference programmeI>. /I>