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Merging with emerging markets

While Asian companies seek a partial de-coupling from the US economy, those that have re-coupled with emerging markets will be able to drive revenue growth. US companies themselves do not want to be de-coupled from Asia.


Bursa to gain from safe haven status

Bursa Malaysia stands to gain as a 'safe haven' at a time when the US and the global economies are headed for a slowdown.


Carnival expected to draw 100,000

THE three-day Rukun Ne- gara Carnival to be held next Friday is expected to draw 100,000 visitors, with over 15,000 visitors expected on the first day.


A love that endures

After 22 years of marriage, cancer has provided Vic and Toni Mounts an unlikely new chapter - what Toni calls our new normal. Cancer, and a love story.


Outlook for MAS remains exciting

The outlook for Malaysia Airlines (MAS) remains exciting with clear earnings visibility due to its efforts to enhance revenue and control costs.


PM committed to creating a just and dynamic Malaysia

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has urged all Malaysians to join him in his commitment to create a just and dynamic Malaysia which is owned by all citizens.


PM's CNY message: Malaysia for all

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has reiterated his commitment to creating a just and dynamic Malaysia that is owned by all citizens.


Market Trends

The KL Composite Index (KLCI) climbed 26.41 points, or 1.9%, to 1,419.66 points Monday, trailing gains across regional markets on the back of Wall Street's rally last Friday.


Cautious optimism on property sector

Property consultants are cautiously optimistic that the local property sector would remain healthy despite a possible recession in the United States.


Issues close to the heart

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi speaks frankly to I>The Star'/I>s Group Chief Editor Datuk Wong Chun Wai on a range of topics that are in the news.