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Taxing environmental abuse

This month, we take a look at the issues arising from air pollution and discuss how tax instruments play a role in curbing environmental abuse.

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Putrajaya Perdana first of many buys

The takeover of Putrajaya Perdana Bhd by the consortium of Middle Eastern, Malaysian and Singaporean investors is a prelude to further acquisitions in corporate Malaysia.

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AIG warns of spreading defaults

American International Group, one of the biggest US mortgage lenders, warned on Thursday that mortgage defaults are spreading.

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KLCI down 36 points

The KL Composite Index (KLCI) plunged 2.8% yesterday as a fresh round of selling compounded by the lack of buying interest dragged prices lower across the board.

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Asian stocks, including Malaysia's, tumble again Friday

Asian markets were struggling on Friday amid no major signs of recovery

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Forum to help CEOs gear up for globalisation

Chief executives looking to expand their business globally will be able to learn from the experience of two international speakers at today's Ninth TEC Asia Annual Meet 2007, organised by TEC Asia Centre Sdn Bhd.

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Asian markets down on fresh subprime woes

Market watchers are divided on the impact of the liquidity crisis at leading British mortgage lender Northern Rock Plc on the regional and Malaysian markets.

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Global markets rally after US Fed's rate cut sparks Wall Street

Global stock markets rallied Wednesday in the wake of Wall Street's overnight surge spurred by the U.S. Federal Reserve's larger-than-expected interest rate cut.

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Unexpected jump in crude supplies undermines prices

NEW YORK (AP) - Oil prices fell for a fourth straight day Wednesday after a government agency reported an unexpected increase in crude oil inventories and a decline in supplies of gasoline and distillates including heating oil.

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Oil prices extend decline below US$80 a barrel

BANGKOK (AP) - Oil prices fell Thursday in Asia, extending a decline from the previous session that came after an unexpected increase in U.S. crude oil inventories.