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Bringing back the tourist dollars

The outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and the Iraq war were the twin issues that wreaked havoc in world travel and tourism. Star Biz held a panel discussion with some experts.

US economy seen expanding modestly

NEW YORK (AP) - The U.S. economy should expand only slightly in coming months as it continues to lose steam, a gauge of future growth showed Thursday.

Asian markets rebound Friday

Asian markets bounced back Friday from sharp losses the previous day caused by jitters about overheating in China's economy.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

Steel prices expected to continue recovery trend

ANALYSTS are generally more optimistic about the prospects of the domestic steel industry, with the expected increase in demand for steel products due to the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP) and a recovery in steel prices.

Asia economies may ease in first half

Growth of Asian economies is expected to ease in the first half this year, in tandem with the slowing of the US economy, said CIMB head of economic research Lee Heng Guie.

Asian currencies up

Hold on to your Asian currencies, including the ringgit, which are expected to appreciate further against the US dollar amid the positive outlook on the regional economy, said currency strategists.

Market trends

Crude palm oil (CPO) prices climbed to a new high yesterday as investors betted that demand from overseas buyers would increase amid rising soybean oil prices in the US.

News in brief

Thriving beyond expectations

BESIDES China, where are the other bright spots of economic growth in Asia in recent years?

Internet addresses that don't use English are expected to go live next week

Sample addresses in nearly a dozen languages will be added to the Internet's central directories as early as next week, paving the way for Web surfers around the world to get online without knowing any English.