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UMW holds edge in car price war

THE fight among the so-called non-national car players is intensifying and one company that is surely feeling the heat is UMW Holdings Bhd.


Hong Kong and China sign landmark free trade deal

B>HONG KONG/B>: Hong Kong and China signed a landmark free trade deal aimed at boosting the Asian financial centre's ailing economy.


Telekom: 3G field trials on schedule tomorrow

TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd is said to be on schedule to carry out field trials on 3rd generation (3G) high-speed mobile Internet services tomorrow although some of its vendors may only be ready later in July.


Newspaper readers deserve a better deal

I HAVE been reading with interest the growing dispute between the Malaysian newspaper publishers and Malaysian Newsprint In- dustries (MNI), the country#146;s only newsprint producer.


RM500m needed to install streetlights

MORE than RM500mil a year is needed to install streetlights along highways nationwide, said Deputy Works Minister Datuk Mohd Khaled Nordin.


Catfish farmers fight back

On the Hau River in southern Vietnam, catfish farmers are waging a trade war with the country#8217;s old foe, the United States.


WTO rules US tariffs on steel are illegal

US import tariffs on steel products imposed in the spring of 2002 were deemed illegal Friday by the World Trade Organisation, raising the likelihood that the European Union and others will retaliate with sanctions on American exports.


BMW and Sime Darby announce distribution details today

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW), the world#146;s number 2 luxury car maker, and Sime Darby Bhd will announce today details of a new distribution venture that will give the German company more control and a larger share of vehicle sales in Malaysia.


Rafidah: Malaysia close to signing Tifa with US

MALAYSIA is moving closer to signing a trade and investment pact with the United States that could pave the way for a bilateral free trade agreement with the country's largest trading partner, International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz said on Thursday.


MMC can finish rail project in 3 years

CIVIL works on the multi-billion ringgit electrified double tracking rail project linking Johor Baru to Padang Besar could be completed in three years, according to a proposal by Malaysia Mining Corp Bhd (MMC) which submitted a tender bid jointly with Gamuda Bhd last month.