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Lifestyle

Don't mess with this car!

FIRST the good news, then the even better news: To begin with, the new Land Rover Freelander is now locally assembled, which means a lower price tag. Then Land Rover Malaysia, the local franchise holder, decided to begin the local programme with the latest V6 2.5-litre petrol engine! By LOUIS CHEANG.

Business

Yet another new chapter begins for 41-year-old A&W

A REJUVENATION of the AW brand is on the cards, adding another chapter to its history of ups and downs.

Lifestyle

Matters of priority

Humourist TV SMITH of Dua Sen (www.mycen.com.my/duasen) puts the humour aside for a while to ponder the woes of motorcyclists.

Business

Looking behind the figures

THE current global and economic climate gives rise to many uncertainties, business is under increasing pressure to stay competitive and enhance operational efficiencies. The Balanced Scorecard approach conceived by Dr Robert Kaplan and Dr Norton in 1992 applied years of research to the links between costs and performance measurement.

Business

Wah Seong sees robust growth ahead

Wah Seong Corp Bhd has embarked on an aggressive plan to transform itself into a major Asian oil and gas service infrastructure group by 2007.

AseanPlus News

Air pollution taking its toll in Asia, say experts

B>MANILA:/BPollution in the skies over Asia's booming cities is responsible for 500,000 deaths each year and the working lives of many are shortened by health problems from breathing filthy air, experts said.

Lifestyle

Car safety and a clear glass

Lights and a keen eyesight are essential to safe driving, yet most drivers forget that a good windscreen and glass visibility have just as important a role to play, writes DADDY FIXIT.

Lifestyle

A whole new world

The Elvis impersonator in question here is a huge moray eel, the King of scuba-diving sights at Pulau Mabul, off Sabah.

Business

Dell identifies supply chain solution users

DELL plans to sign up its 160 tier-one customers in the country and the Asia-Pacific for its I>Netmyne e-Supplychain/I>, a RosttaNet-enabled supply chain solution, within the next 12 months.

Business

Direct selling group projects rising sales

The Direct Selling Association of Malaysia (DSAM) expects the combined sales of its member companies to grow by at least 15%-20% year-on-year in 2003 and 2004, said president Paul Yee.