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A third consumption boom is in full swing in China, as consumers there loosened theirpurse strings, spurred by Government measures to boost their disposable incomes.
Malaysian Assurance Alliance Bhd (MAA Assurance), which will be launching its latest personal accident (PA) product for senior citizens, SeniorGold, tomorrow, expects total gross premiums for this segment to double to about RM60mil in the next three years.
IMAGINE a Malaysian briefing parliaments in Africa and Pacific Island nations and advising presidents, prime ministers and their cabinet members on strategies for economic development.
MALAYSIAN consumers are still spending, albeit more cautiously, as evidenced by the packed shopping centres throughout the country during last year's Christmas and year-end holidays, as well as the recent Chinese New Year festival.
Tan Sri Ramon V. Navaratnam is no stranger to Malaysians at large. A member of the MIM Court of Fellows and the Council, he is one of the few consistent voices championing social and economic causes. Here we draw lessons from this wise veteran's sixth sense of management excellence.
FOR many developed nations in Asia, population ageing has become a common phenomenon as a result of increasing longevity and declining fertility.
MARKETS around the world regained stability in the middle of last week after having swooned a week earlier.