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Datuk Shahrir Samad is such a well-known face that everywhere he goes,people wave to him like old friends or they come up and shake his hand.Perfect strangers approach him to tell him they like his outspoken styleand to keep it up. The Johor Baru MP's open and upright approach is quiteevident in his role as chairman of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee(PAC). He shares with Sunday Star how the PAC ensures public funds arewell managed and how it walks the talk.
With such a smorgasbord of elements that make up our society, it is all too easy to fall into the trap of only seeing our individual differences, rather than the things we share.
P. Gunasegaram points to the possibility of aMalaysian bank taking top position in South-EastAsia.
Let's run an accountant's eye over the nation's assets and liabilities.
There is fear that Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed may be bending over too much with his pledges to please everybody in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. But he has to take the punches and remain standing.
MALAYSIA needs to focus on the basics to increase overall competitiveness. Here are 10 ways in which the country can improve its overall competitiveness. Where possible the factors are linked to the global credit crisis.
The imminent global recession is best tackled by the nation as a whole, and the setting up of the Economic Council is only the first of many steps that need to be taken.
The Special Economic Zone has to outsource manpower and servicing expatriate needs to private companies with the right capabilities.
The word 'power' has different connotations when used under different circumstances, and it has been dominating the country of late.
Malaysia must promote a more organised and systematic voluntary sector in order to achieve economic growth with income equality.