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A SECOND satellite terminal building is to go up at the KL International Airport (KLIA), and be operational by 2008, to cater to the growing traffic in air travel, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) managing director Datuk Bashir Ahmad said
INTERNATIONAL investment advisory firm Morgan Stanley has revised upwards its 2005 growth projection for Malaysia to 5.8% from 4.8%.
Nasdaq-listed online recruitment company Monster has paid US$50milfor a 40% stake in ChinaHR.com, the I>China Daily /I>reported.
Malaysia's economy is expected to grow 5.7%B/B>this year, down from an estimated 7.2% last year, the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (Mier) said.
LOCAL equities market can expect to attract more foreign funds in the next six months as there are buying opportunities, Deutsche Bank Global Equities head of strategy (Asia) Mark Jolley said.
In the second and final part of the interview with Bank Negara Governor Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz, she speaks on the continued solid and steady growth of the economy, with the private sector very much in the lead. She also reviews the performance of several growth sectors and touches on concerns over the ringgit peg.
IT is a policy mistake to downplay, let alone ignore, the seriousness of the implications of the unsustainable current account deficit of the US, both within and without. The US current account deficit has continued to soar without respite in recent times, at the rate of roughly US$2bil a day, setting an all-time record close to 6% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2004.
EMERGING market capital flows, while not back to their mid-1990s peaks, are running close to US$250bil, and although China still takes the lion#8217;s share, other Asian countries are enjoying strong capital flows for the first time in a very long time, according to Gail D. Fosler, vice-president and chief economist of The Conference Board.
East Asia's economic growth this year should be the strongest since the Asian financial crisis, despite high oil prices and slowing export growth in the second half, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said yesterday.
After Malaysia's call for an East Asia Economic Grouping came the East Asia Economic Caucus and then Asean+3, all different names for the same countries doing the same things. Now comes the Asia-Europe link to help both Europe and East Asia regionalise.