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PM announces slew of liberalisation measures (Update 2)

The Foreign Investment Committee (FIC) guidelines covering the acquisition of equity stakes mergers and takeovers is repealed immediately without any new guideline in noshade size=-1 width=50%>


Fair Trade Practices Bill to be tabled next year

MALAYSIA will be introducing a Fair Trade Practices Bill so that consumers will be assured of quality goods and services at reasonable prices.


Ringgit to be monitored to ensure consistent value

The value and the exchange rate of the Ringgit will be monitored to ensure that the currency's value stays consistent with the country's economic growth, Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha said in Parliament on Tuesday.


No pirate paradise for Games visitors vows China

BEIJING (Reuters) - Visitors to Beijing's Olympic Games hoping to snap up cheap pirate copies of hit movies and music will be disappointed, Chinese authorities say, announcing a round-the-clock drive to stamp out bootleg sellers.


Watchmaker makes a comeback to Malaysian market

CERTINA watches are making their way into the Malaysian market after a 12-year break with a new image and impact.


New commission rates from today

Starting today, commission rates for Internet trading and cash upfront transactions will be fully negotiable as part of the new measures introduced to ensure a more competitive rate structure.

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New law ‘not an obstacle’

AN OFFICIAL with China's top legislature says the government will maintain its policy of encouraging foreign investment unchanged after the passing of the country's first anti-monopoly law.


Battle begins for extra EU assembly seats

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A battle between European Union governments for more seats in the European Parliament starts on Tuesday when the EU lawmaker charged with drafting the future make-up of the influential assembly delivers his plan.


Consumer rights roadshow

CONSUMERS should know their rights and make good choices when spending, said Selangor Tourism, Health and Consumer Affairs chairman Datuk Dr Lim Thuang Seng.

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Bank traded flat in HK debut

The mainland's third-largest bank China Construction Bank (CCB) made a flat trading debut on Thursday with its share price ending at HK$2.35 (RM1.15), unchanged.