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Reforming global economic system

At last week's Kuala Lumpur Roundtable on At last week's Kuala Lumpur Roundtable on Global Governance,participants grappled with the inequities and inadequacies of theglobal economic system and came up with proposals on how toincrease the developing countries' voice in decision-making.

China warns against "politicised" U.S. trade ties

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese state media said on Friday that U.S. relations with Beijing were being used as a

Maxis faces stiff competition in India

Maxis Communications Bhd could experience escalating competition while it continues to grow in India.

FEATURE - Coffee gains foothold in tea-drinking China

XINGLONG, China/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Du Yansheng, a farmer on the southern Chinese island of Hainan, hasn't gone without his morning cup of coffee in five decades, not even during the Cultural Revolution -- when such

MTUC, 13 others seeking to have A-G’s report declared as a public document

The High Court will decide on June 14 whether the Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) and 13 others have the I>locus standi/Ito seek leave to declare the Auditor-General's report on non-revenue water as a public document.

Truly food for thought

Local rice farmers and those in developing countries will soon be finding it difficult competing against farmers of developed countries producing genetically engineered (GE) rice. Much has been said about the quality of GE rice yet the balance is very much in favour of farmers from the developed world.

Truly food for thought

Local rice farmers and those in developing countries will soon be finding it difficult competing against farmers of developed countries producing genetically engineered (GE) rice. Much has been said about the quality of GE rice yet the balance is very much in favour of farmers from the developed world.

US-China trade issues

China's widening trade surplus with the US and thelatter's actions against the former are fuelling concernsof a trade war between these two economicpowerhouses, which could pose additional risks toglobal economic growth.

Group wants new power rates revised

The Sarawak Federation of Chinese Associations wants the state government to reduce the newly imposed electricity tariffs following massive protests from those affected by the sharp increase.

ASEAN aims to ink free trade pact with Japan in November

KUALA LUMPUR: Southeast Asian countries aim to sign a free trade pact with Japan in November, and will try to remove obstacles in the negotiations at a ministerial meeting in Brunei this week, an official said Thursday.