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Monetary policy balances risks with growth

BANK Negara's monetary policy last year was aimed at balancing the risks to economic growth and price stability.


National Automotive Policy: APs abolished by end 2010, tax rates reduced

The full text of the new National Automotive Policy.


Daughters crusade for women

The Prime Minister's daughter and two daughters of two past prime ministers came together to speak up for Muslim women and voice their concern over injustices perpetrated in the name of Islam.


Letting in the outdoors

The joys of tropical living lie in the abundance of 'natural elements' surrounding our homes all year round, says architect Chee Soo Teng of ARC Partnership.


Instrument maker

Rizal Mansor's didgeridoos are actually PVC pipes covered in layers of papier mâché. He describes his foray into the hobby as a case of necessity being the mother of invention.


Travel itch overrides fear

Neither soaring fuel prices nor bird flu fears can put down the travel bug in Malaysians.


Boustead to maintain profit

Boustead Holdings Bhd, which posted RM191mil in net profit last year, expects to maintain its achievement for the year ending Dec 31, 2006.


Plus side of fuel price hike

THE relentless rise in global oil prices of late and the potential drag that costlier oil could have on world economies have become a pressing issue.

Other Sport

Mourinho’s men march on

Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Premiership with a 2-1 win away to struggling West Brom yesterday but manager Jose Mourinho's 100th match in charge of the English champions saw Dutchman Arjen Robben sent-off for the second time this season.

AseanPlus News

India Everywhere, and on its own terms

'India Everywhere.' That was the slogan the Indians settled on for an advertising blitz at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos.