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True visionary

TUNKU'S vision was not confined to just economics. He had the great foresight, for example, to continue whatever good the British colonial master had built up for Malaysia.


EPU allocates RM4.3ml to help Indian youth

The Economic Planning Unit (EPU) has approved an allocation of RM4.3mil to assist Indian youth in education and business.


Synergy board after July EGM

The board of directors of Synergy Drive Bhd, which announced a high-calibre management team last Friday, will probably be made known only after an EGM in July.


Synergy Drive on track to be listed in fourth quarter

Synergy Drive Sdn Bhd is on track for its planned listing on the main board in the fourth quarter, said chief executive designate Datuk Ahmad Zubir Murshid.


Indians urged to form consortium and bid for IC T projects

Indian technopreneurs have been urged to form consortiums and bid for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) projects.


Syria asks Malaysia to help build projects

Syria has requested Malaysia to assist in speeding up the development and implementation of infrastructure projects there, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.


Toll rate for Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel not fixed yet

A decision has yet to be made on the new toll rate for the RM1.9bil Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (Smart) from Sungai Besi to Kuala Lumpur, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.


Foundation to train Indian entrepreneurs

The MIC-owned Yayasan Sosial Strategik (YSS) together with other Indian-based organisations are developing an entrepreneurship-training programme for Indians at the National Entrepreneurial Institute (Insken).


SeNet to honour young entrepreneurs

THE MIC's Social Entrepreneurs Network (SeNet) is organising the National Indian Entrepreneurship Conference (NIEC 2005) and Young Indian Entrepreneurship Award 2005 (YIEA 2005) in Subang on Oct 23.


Impact of China-made cars will take time

Made-In-China (MiC) cars will take quite sometime to create an impact in the local motoring scene before the Chinese brands are widely accepted by Malaysians, Oriental Holdings Bhd and Boon Siew Sdn Bhd group of companies managing director Datuk Robert Wong said.