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Seized luxury cars fill up Customs warehouses

THE warehouses of the Customs Department - used to store confiscated luxury cars - are running out of space as such vehicles have become the topmost target of smugglers, said a report in I>Utusan Malaysia/I>.


Robinson’s owners plan to sell the retail store

YOU'VE heard of The Great Robinson's Sale. Well now, Robinson's is selling off - itself. In a move that will leave shoppers aghast, it is getting out of the retail business.


Johor sees benefits from off-shore branches

Johor expects tremendous growth in the banking and financial sectors once Labuan-based financial institutions open up their branches here.


Degree with a special joy

Zuraida Yaacob was in tears as her blind parents hugged her for press photographers to snap their pictures. Her tears of joy continued flowing when reporters interviewed her on her achievement of graduating with an honours degree in Tourism Management from Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) in Sintok Saturday.


Manager faces charges of cheating banks RM234m

AN Asia Pacific Breweries (Singapore) executive now stands accused of having cheated four banks into giving him credit of S$116mil (RM234mil).


Several banks charging up to RM5 to cash cheques

Some banks have imposed a fee of between RM2 and RM5 on cash cheques being cashed over the counter.


Budget 2004: More government assets likely to be divested

More government assets could be unlocked via new listings on the KL Stock Exchange and reduction of some of its large holdings in companies such as Tenaga Nasional Bhd and Telekom Malaysia Bhd as well as banks.


Amazing tales remain puzzling

THE truth is still out there, or so it seems. A fascinating story was told in the Dewan Rakyat last week but whether it is a tale of fiction or fact remains a puzzle.


MPs rap banks over unfair charges, rules

BANKS have come under fire from MPs who are upset with what they say are unfair charges, absurd rules and incompetency.


Act awaiting nod from A-G’s Chambers

From the Malay Press: The Housing and Local Government Ministry is awaiting approval from the Attorney-General's Chambers to enforce the amended Moneylending Act 1951.