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Room for compromise

I REFER to the articles about Muslim maids who have the privilege to exercise their rights as Muslims while living in non-Muslim households.


Canada hopes to feed demand for halal food

The United States has predominantly been a big market for Canada, but the latter is now looking at other countries especially in South-East Asia, including Malaysia, to export their agri-food products. In their effort, some Canadian producers are even exploring the Muslim food market, a venture that will inevitably raise the matter of I>halal/Icertification.


Concert to aid special children

Compiled by LEE SIEW PENG


Nestle Malaysia to cease sugar confectionery business

NESTLE (M) Bhd will close down all activities relating to the sugar confectionery business conducted by two subsidiaries from May 1, as they have been a drain on the company#039;s operating profits.


Manufacturing growth may slow

The manufacturing sector may grow at a lower rate this year than the 5% forecast earlier, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.


Govt to continue price control over steel products

The Government will not drop steel products from its controlled price items list.


Understanding the difference in Islamic and conventional products

THE only difference in executing an Islamic versus a conventional product is the way the agreement is executed, the rest is status quo.


A jazzy junction

Modern architecture, cosy retail space and close proximity to the city#8217;s business district #8211; all perfect ingredients for a new shopping haven. REENA GURBAKSH gets the grand tour of Kuala Lumpur#8217;s new Maju Junction Mall and finds that shopping here is a lot more than just spending money.


China beckons M’sian firms

MALAYSIAN construction firms have been urged to participate in international consortiums bidding for a slice of the US$21bil worth of projects for the Beijing Olympics in 2008.


The rail thing

Soft drinks and fast food entrepreneurship has become the latest weapon in railing against economic imperialism, writes PHILIP DELVES BROUGHTON in Paris.