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Malaysia will continue its business-friendly policies towards investors and, in the event of problems, will act as the engine of economic recovery to help the private sector grow.
THE four CEOs featured today represent industries that are very different from each other but share one thing in common - it's a tough market out there. They are Datuk Ramli Abbas of Celcom, T.K. Quah of Lafarge Malayan Cement, Steve Mitchell of AC Nielsen, and Jim Cheah of MasterCard International.
A loyal,diligent and competent No.2 - that is what Prime Minister Datuk SeriAbdullah Ahmad Badawi can expect of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak,writes JOCELINE TAN who offers some close-ups of the swirl of activity around the new Deputy Prime Minister.
SUPERMAX Corp Bhd and Secret Recipe Cakes and Café Sdn Bhd were the toast of the recent 13th Industry Excellence Award 2003, garnering two awards each.
MALAYSIA'S exports grew 7.5% year-on-year in January to RM34.02bil - the highest export number for that month in a decade - buoyed by increased demand for manufactured goods and commodities from key markets like China, Japan and the United States.
THE International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) is undertaking a review of incentives to encourage local sourcing by automotive manufacturers and assemblers in order to nurture a viable local component and parts industry.
MALAYSIA should speed up the process of liberalising the services sector to derive multiplier effects from sectors such as financial services, education, private services and communications and maximise the impact of economic growth, Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI), said.