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Business

The economy: The good, the bad and the ugly

LATELY many friends have been asking me: #147;How#039;s the economy?#148;

Business

Singapore cuts 2003 growth forecast to 0.5%-2.5%

Singapore yesterday cut its official 2003 economic growth forecast to 0.5%#8211;2.5% from 2%#8211;5%, citing the impact of the deadly Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus.

Business

KDEB to spearhead waterfront project

STATE-OWNED Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Bhd (KDEB) has been picked to head a consortium to develop the proposed RM14bil Selangor Ma- ritime Corridor, the state#039;s maiden mega waterfront project, scheduled to kick off this year.

Nation

Rustic lifestyle, greenery captivate Chinese models

The lush greenery and rustic lifestyle of Perlis has captivated four models from China who pledged to return for another visit if given the opportunity.

Nation

Perlis greenery captivates Chinese models

The lush greenery and rustic lifestyle of Perlis has captivated four models from China who pledged to return for another visit if given the opportunity.

Business

NEAC confident Malaysia can meet projected growth rate

THE National Economic Action Council (NEAC) remains confident that Malaysia will achieve the projected 4.5% growth in gross domestic product (GDP) this year even though a number of research bodies have scaled down their projections to below the government#039;s revised forecast.

Business

Telekom ranked the 9th best employer

GLOBAL human resources outsourcing and consulting firm Hewitt Associates has ranked Telekom Malaysia Bhd at the 9th position and The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur at the 20th place in its Best Employers in Asia 2003 study.

Lifestyle

Sardonic over SARS

With the SARS health scare, habits of families and the public have visibly changed, observes YVONNE LEE SHU YEE.

Education

Sunway forges ahead

AFTER 17 years in the business, Sunway College would not be faulted for wanting to rest on its laurels. Instead it continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

Nation

Commonwealth ties good for Sarawak

Sarawak has benefited a lot through the country's close ties with other Commonwealth countries, said Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu.