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PETALING JAYA(Bernama): All airlines in the country must be able to face challenges when the Asean open sky policy comes into force in 2015 and therefore, collaboration efforts between AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is important, said AirAsia X chairman Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
LOCAL automotive industry players who are still harping on rates and dates for tariff re-structuring under the Asean free trade area (Afta) should instead ask themselves what they have done since the announcement of Afta in 1993.
Failure to reach a free trade agreement with the United States will have no impact on investments, Malaysia's trade minister said Tuesday, less than a week after hopes for a deal by July evaporated.
The island republic need not worry about the development of Malaysia's ports and logistics services as a significant amount of goods were being brought in and sent out via Singapore.
PROMOTION is still an important part of doing business regardless of size.
MALAYSIANS should invest in companies with strong fundamentals and not rush in when foreign funds are entering the stock market.
The island republic remains one of Malaysia's top trading partners, recording some US$35.3bil worth of trade last year.
LOCAL companies are urged to team up with suppliers of intermediate and capital goods worldwide to manufacture these products for the domestic and export markets.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Malaysia rose 37% last year, with RM17.9bil in 562 projects approved compared with RM13.1bil in 583 projects in 2004.
A FREE trade agreement (FTA) with Australia may be signed this year if negotiations focus on 'doables', Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz said in Adelaide yesterday.