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Dr M: Express support for East Asian economic grouping

Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has called on East Asian countries to openly say they want to have an East Asian economic grouping and stop hiding behind the label of Asean Plus 3.

MD: Leader has competitive edge

LEADER Steel Bhd's edge in the steel making industry lies in its capability to deliver a wide range of competitively priced high quality profile steel furniture tubes, according to group managing director Goh Cheng Huat.

MD: Leader has competitive edge

LEADER Steel Bhd#039;s edge in the steel making industry lies in its capability to deliver a wide range of competitively priced high quality profile steel furniture tubes, according to group managing director Goh Cheng Huat.

Water spat worries Kelantan residents

Consumers in Kota Baru are wary that they may end up as losers in the spat between the state and federal governments over water management.

Slower growth for Singapore economy this year

Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong says the Singapore economy is taking longer than usual to recover and has projected a slower growth of 0% to 1% this year.

Bank Negara says no to new motor insurance tariff proposal

Motorists have been spared from paying higher motor insurance premiums following Bank Negara's decision to reject a proposal by insurers to review tariffs and ask for a counter-proposal.

Power to right technical errors

Compiled by Shantini Suntharajah (Aug 10 to Aug 16)

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Offer to help in railway project

A SENIOR Chinese official said in Kunming, in south-western Yunnan Province, that China, as a member of the Association of South-East Asian Nations-Mekong River Basin Development Co-operation Programme, will help push forward the Cambodia section of the planned Pan-Asia Railway Project.

Sri Lanka Railway seeks US$200mil

Sri Lanka's railway said it is seeking US$200mil from a foreign investor to replace decades-old coaches and tracks, and to buy faster engines to help the 139-year-old company post its first profit since 1943.