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AseanPlus News 27 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

US spy plane crashes near Seoul

B>SEOUL:/BAn American U-2 spy plane crashed after its pilot ejected near here yesterday, injuring three people on the ground, the Defence Ministry said.

Business 27 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Further losses seen

MDEX Index Futures. A weekly column by G.M. Teoh.

Business 27 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Downward correction forecast

Stock Market Signals: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on the performance of the KLSE's Main Board.

Business 27 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

CPO futures seen to be steady

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash-Tin.

Business 28 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Asian markets tumble as war fears mount

WAR jitters continued to weigh on stock markets in Asia yesterday. The Seoul and Jakarta bourses were the worst hit, with their indices sliding nearly 3%.

Business 29 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

KLSE rebounds to buck the trend

THE KLSE rebounded strongly yesterday, in apparent defiance of the cloud of uncertainty that has hung over the market since last week as a US-led military action against Iraq looks increasingly imminent.

Business 30 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Support Line

Insas, Pernas and Tomisho.

Business 31 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

MD happy with Baswell shares’ debut

SHARES of Baswell Resources Bhd enjoyed a 10-sen premium on their debut on the KLSE second board yesterday, with an initial trade of 100 lots at RM1.60, the highest for the day.

Business 31 Jan 2003 | 12:00 AM

Year of the Horse runs out tamely, CI marginally downimg

BARGAIN hunting in selected heavyweight blue chips in the last five trading minutes yesterday, the last trading day of the lunar Year of the Horse, helped lift the KLSE Composite Index (CI) off its day low of 658 points. It closed at 665, still 0.67 of a point lower than Wednesday's finish.

Lifestyle 01 Feb 2003 | 12:00 AM

Cheongsam, the long and short of it

The cheongsam has it origins in the clothing of Manchu women of the Qing Dynasty. A nip here and a tuck there, and the cheongsam as we know it was born. Long sleeves were shortened considerably, the slit on the skirt was slashed higher, and while the cleavage is still hidden, the tight outline of the bust, waist and hip tantalised the imagination.