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AirAsia top pick for US investment bank RJ&A

AMERICAN investment banker Raymond James Associates Inc (RJA) sees AirAsia Bhd as a sound investment choice for investors who are keen on investing in airlines, particularly low budget carriers.


Nomads no more

Sarawak's Lun Bawang may have given up their traditional lifestyle as shifting cultivators but just how well adjustedare they to the so-called modern ways? VERONICASHUNMUGAM visits the rural town of Lawas to find out in this 5th instalment of our 'Other Malaysians' series.


S&P cuts Sony credit rating

TOKYO: Standard Poor's cut its credit rating for troubled electronics maker Sony Corp., citing doubts about the company's restructuring plan and forecasting profitability will fall substantially.''


Singapore GDP may grow 4.5% in 2006

Singapore's economy 'remains resilient' in the face of high energy costs and is likely to expand as much as 5% in 2006, led by gains in shipments of electronic products, the central bank said.


A more lively Malaysian market

WHILE this has generally been a lacklustre year in the stock market, selected stocks among government-linked companies (GLCs), and in plantations, technology and oil and gas (OG) sectors have become its leading lights.


Nurturing a resilient mindset

It is important that parents set expectations and limits for their children.


‘Kurma Nabi’ has a long, colourful history

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Drastic action needed by Government to curb smoking

With another quite hefty increase in cigarette and liquor prices, smokers and drinkers may need to indulge more on their addiction just to drown their sorrows.


Allocation to create quality workforce

The Government#039;s emphasis on developing human capital in Budget 2006 is to ensure that the country remains competitive and resilient, said Malaysian Employers Federation president Jafar Abdul Carrim.


New reporting standards may lead to more warrants

IT will probably only be in May when investors will pay any attention to the new Financial Reporting Standards (FRS) that will take effect from Jan 1. It will be the May results season when investors will first see the impact of the FRS.