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KOTA KINABALU: A new oil palm clone dubbed Wakuba oil palm ramet brand was launched with a promise of doubling the current oil yield.
WHO says age is just a number? We celebrated Malaysia's 53rd year of independence on Tuesday. On the scale of political history, we are a young nation still, but if we look at our demographics, we are showing more than a touch of grey. While we plan to achieve developed nation status by 2020, that may also be the year when we become an ageing society.
PETALING JAYA: The emergence of Singapore billionaire Peter Lim Eng Hock as the second biggest shareholder in TMC Life Sciences Bhd is unlikely to spur any change in fortunes any time soon in the loss-making fertility firm, according to analyst reports.
ECONOMIC contraction has ceased in North America, Europe and developed Asia, and most of the advanced industrialised countries are poised for positive gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2010. China and India, whose economies decelerated under the impact of the global downturn, have resumed strong growth paths.
The Star will be featuring a series of articles in conjunction with the StarBiz-ICR MalaysiaCorporate Responsibility Awards 2009. The programme is a partnership between The Star andInstitute of Corporate Responsibility Malaysia, and is supported by the Securities Commissionand Bursa Malaysia Bhd. The working partners are Association of Chartered CertifiedAccountants, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Securities Industry Development Corp while theofficial sponsors are HSBC Bank ( M) Bhd and Canon Marketing (M) Sdn Bhd.
IN the late 1980s, Japan, at the height of its economic prowess, could do no wrong. Malaysia and even the West were emulating the Japanese way of doing things. Our then prime minister Tun Mahathir Mohamad even instituted the 'Look East' policy where Japanese business practices and policies were encouraged.