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Lucent’s possible violation of US law highlights China risks

Revelations that Lucent Technologies Inc's senior executives in China may have violated US law banning the payment of bribes overseas is unlikely to be an isolated case in a country where corruption is common despite government campaigns to stamp it out, analysts said.


Guessing game for tech giants

China's ever changing technology priorities are a high-stakes gamble for many of the world's top chipmakers, most of which have found the odds stacked against them as they try to guess Beijing's agenda.


New breed of fund managers emerging

CORPORATE boardrooms are facing increasing pressure for environmentally responsible practices from a new breed of fund managers wielding trillions of dollars, UN experts said last week.


Asian nations seen to lead growth in 2004

ASIAN economies are expected to continue outperforming the rest of the world in 2004 against the backdrop of an overall global recovery.


Expanding to the Hindu, Christian sectors

NV MULTI Corp Bhd has focused on the Buddhist and Taoist communities since inception. Next year would see some change. In its 209-acre plot beside the Nirvana Memorial Park in Kajang, NV has isolated 50 acres as a Christian burial ground.


Selangor may relax ruling on low-cost homes

DEVELOPERS of housing schemes in outlying districts in Selangor may not need to have 30% of the total units as low-cost houses.


IBM makes managing data easy

IBM has made it easier for large organisations to manage and share their vast amount of information. The IBM TotalStorage SAN File System, available from today, provided a single centralised point of control to manage files and databases which would simplify data administration and result in lower total costs, said IBM Asean/South Asia storage systems group product manager Rathiga Renganathan.


Foreign firms hail SC move

FOREIGN firms with Malaysian operations see the latest relaxation of rules by the Securities Commission (SC) to allow them to seek a direct listing on the KLSE as a welcome development, but many are not about to take up the offer just yet.


SARS remains a drag on market

THE KL market headed south for the third consecutive day yesterday as the confirmed case of SARS in Singapore provided institutional investors with an excuse to take profit on recent sharp gains in stock prices.


Timely to enhance info systems

MALAYSIAN companies and government departments must focus on business information and service quality. They must strive to boost service levels by tapping the information that they possess.