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MACC, Chambers of Commerce to collaborate against graft

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has planned to work closely with several chambers of commerce as part of its effort to reduce graft.


Poor Chinese presence in cyberspace

KUALA LUMPUR: The poor presence of Malaysian Chinese non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in cyberspace is disappointing, a researcher said.


Businesses need to adjust to new market realities

KUALA LUMPUR: As the free trade agreement (FTA) between Asean and China came into full force on Jan 1, businesses in the Nanyang, as the Chinese call this part of the world, find themselves adjusting to new market realities.


Up to party president and his deputy, says Liow

KUALA LUMPUR: MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai will leave it to the party president and deputy president to decide on the next course of action on fresh party polls.


Hainanese group slams daily over report on Ong

SEREMBAN: The Hainanese community took to task a Chinese daily for publishing a news article which claimed its leader Datuk Foo Sae Heng had said the association was considering withdrawing an exemplary service award given to MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat.


Stop allegations against MCA president, ACCIM head told

KUALA LUMPUR: Community leader Tan Sri Robert Phang has urged Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCIM) president Tan Sri William Cheng to stop making allegations against the MCA president.


Election time for three Chinese guilds this year

THIS year is not only a busy one for political parties, but also for three established Chinese guilds and associations, which will also face elections, reported i>China Press/i>.


ACCIM lauds move to review gas prices

Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce Industry of Malaysia (ACCIM) had lauded the Cabinet's decision to review the gas and electricity prices that have gone up tremendously due to the increase in oil price in 2008.


Chinese school boards can issue cheques now

THE restriction against board of directors from Chinese primary schools issuing cheques on behalf of the establishments has been lifted, i>Sin Chew Daily/ireported.


Unico minorities plan legal action

Minority shareholders of Unico Holdings Bhd, led by Tan Kai Hee, plan to take legal action against six directors or former directors of the company later this month.