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THROUGHOUT this month, a number of journalists have been making trips to China, most of the time at the invitation of companies with some form of investments or interest in the world#039;s most populous country, which is now experiencing explosive economic growth.
TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd has been appointed the official telecommunications service provider for the Formula One (F1) and other racing events held at the Sepang International Circuit.
While most Malaysian firms are looking towards the Chinese market, one company sees Bahrain - a tiny island in the Middle East - as a place of sound investment.
Royal Dutch/Shell's beleaguered boss insisted yesterday that he would not resign over a shock cut in oil reserves, as the Anglo-Dutch company posted fourth-quarter earnings near the bottom of forecasts.
THE fast-booming city of Shenzhen offers tremendous opportunities for investors and businessmen, including those in the hospitality and property-related businesses, to tap on the city#039;s vast growth potential.
PETRONAS and the Philippine National Oil Company are to jointly embark on RM55mil oil and gas exploration project in southern Luzon. The joint venture was agreed at a meeting here yesterday between Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
THE dance routine was unmistakablyIChicago/I>, a blatant copy from the Oscar-winning movie and hit musical. But Daimler Chrysler AG's chief operating officer Wolfgang Bernhard doing a rendition of the cell block tango with no less than six girls on the manufacturer's latest minivans was definitely an original.