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Time we flexed our ‘consumer muscle’

From BULBIR SINGH of Seremban.


Cheaper grocery items at Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak launched the first of many 1Malaysia shops in the country, designed to help bring down the prices of goods and ease the burden of the common man.


KRS – an alliance of telco rivals

INDEED, it is rare when two dozen telcos come together for a common goal. Instead of pulling away in different directions, a competitive industry can also compel rivals within the same industry to forge alliances.


Jointly-owned submarine cable to reduce cost in the offing

PETALING JAYA: A consortium is being set up to buy international bandwidth for Internet traffic in bulk in a bid to reduce Internet protocol (IP) transit cost.


Speeding up broadband

The biggest challenge for broadband is in the speed of building and satisfying users' demand.


Food and retail outlet operators blame suppliers

Food and retail outlets are not lowering their prices despite another drop in petrol and diesel prices because suppliers are not reducing theirs.


Proton says time right for foreign alliance

Proton Holdings Bhd says the time is right for it to strike a strategic relationship with a foreign partner.


Learn to stretch the ringgit

In the third and final segment on food supply, I>Sunday Star/Ilooks at how consumers can stretch the ringgit by shopping wisely and growing their own vegetables


Paying more for our meals

To subsidise or not to, to lift the ceiling price or not to? While the Government is considering these options and has not pressed the panic button about our food situation yet, the rise in food prices is hitting everyone.


Sin Chew set to gain from merger

The combined entity of Sin Chew Media Corp Bhd and its merger partners could see its share price trade higher post-merger.