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Panasonic Malaysia appoints Matsunaga MD

PETALING JAYA: Panasonic Malaysia Sdn Bhd has appointed Yosuke Matsunaga as its 11th managing director, ushering in the next chapter of its corporate history.

Pledges to end culture of corruption

The time has come for Malaysians to change the way they do business and practice their politics as it can no longer be just ‘business as usual’.

Analysis - Franco-German chill reshuffles cards in Europe

PARIS (Reuters) - A chill has settled over the Rhine seven months after the election of Socialist French President Francois Hollande, reshuffling the cards in Europe's perpetual power game.

New Kubah Ria shows SEDC’s commitment to expand trading areas

KUCHING: The new Kubah Ria Complex is part of the Sarawak Economic Development Corporations (SEDC) continuous efforts to increase trading spaces in the city.

Micci Johor Chapter confident of pulling in more investors

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industrys (Micci) Johor Chapter is close to exceeding its 175-year-old Penang counterpart in terms of growth two decades since it was set up.

Petronas bars staff from giving or receiving gifts

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) on Wednesday announced a No Gift Policy for its staff as a way to inculcate values of integrity and trustworthiness in its business dealings.

Islamic medicine included in Traditional and Complementary Medicine Bill 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has agreed to include Islamic medicine practices in the Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM)Bill 2012 after this was agreed upon by the Malaysia Islamic Development Department (Jakim) and all the states' Islamic religious departments.

Interdependency may be key to a thriving aged society

TAIPEH: Thanks to the Year of the Dragon baby boom, Taiwan will see a respite from the greying of its population.

Food cost, trade "double whammy" could hit Africa

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Rising food prices could hit commodity producers in Africa with a dangerous

Making tough decisions as an entrepreneur

Tan Thiam Hock speaks of how he madea tough decision as an entrepreneur in asurprise appearance.