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Terengganu BN to use amicable approach, says MB

THE Barisan Nasional-led government in Terengganu has given an assurance that it would not 'take revenge' but instead it would use the amicable approach in its administration, I>Berita Harian /I>reported.

Business

IMF: Long-standing weaknesses led to Argentine economic collapse

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said yesterday that long-standing weaknesses in Argentina's economy led to its collapse in 2001, while the global lender acknowledged that its own shortcomings had prevented it from detecting the looming crisis.

Business

IMF: Ringgit peg ‘not substantially misaligned’

MALAYSIA's ringgit peg is 'not substantially misaligned' despite the US dollar's fall, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Thursday, backing official and manufacturers' views supporting the peg.

Business

Islamic Financial Services Board admits 13 new members

THE Council of Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) yesterday admitted 13 new members, bringing the number to 49.

Letters

Inspiring story of the WSF

By Martin Khor

Letters

Riding out the crisis wave

Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop 's appointment as Finance Minister II is an occasion to revisit the unorthodox policy measures Malaysia took in the dark days of the financial crisis.The Malaysian strategy is now seen as an alternative that other countries can learn from,writes MARTIN KHOR.

Business

IMF sees risk of disorderly US dollar fall

B>WASHINGTON: /B>Large and growing US budget and current account deficits raise the risk of an abrupt drop in the value of the greenback, which could hit US and global economic growth, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.

Business

IMF: No imminent need to unpeg ringgit

THERE is 'no imminent need' for Malaysia to unpeg the ringgit, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) official said yesterday. But he urged the authorities to study it, to allow greater policy flexibility.

Nation

Sino-US ties still quite fluid

Colin Powell, the American Secretary of State, stated recently that America's relations with China have been the best in recent years. If this is true this augurs well for Chinese premier Wen Jiabao's trip, set to begin Sunday, to the United States.

Letters

Sino-US ties still quite fluid

Colin Powell, the American Secretary of State, stated recently that America's relations with China have been the best in recent years. If this is true this augurs well for Chinese premier Wen Jiabao's trip, set to begin Sunday, to the United States.