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Grow your own greens

From LIONEL PERERA, Port Dickson.

Greek election set to rock shaky euro zone

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Overshadowed by the prospect of a Socialist win in France's presidential vote, the parliamentary election in Greece on Sunday carries far greater risks for the euro zone.

Bank Negara’s guidelines affect mainly lower income group

KUALA LUMPUR: The responsible lending guidelines issued by Bank Negara for banks since the beginning of this year may have less of a downside impact on loans growth than initially thought, Hong Leong Research said.

Job demands long hours

From Dr MARY SUMA CARDOSA, President, MMA.

Permit glut points to new EU carbon policy tool

LONDON: Any one-off European Union intervention to clear the massive glut of permits now clogging its emissions trading scheme is likely to lead to a “central bank” or other policy tool to manage future imbalances in the world’s biggest carbon market.

French presidential rivals to face off in TV debate

PARIS (Reuters) - Nicolas Sarkozy faces Francois Hollande in a

French presidential rivals to face off in TV debate

PARIS (Reuters) - Nicolas Sarkozy faces Francois Hollande in a

Sugar rush with bitter aftertaste

When it comes to improving public transportation and other things that affect the masses, continuity is crucial.

France's Sarkozy approaches TV debate as "challenger"

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy will go into a televised election debate against Socialist frontrunner Francois Hollande as a

Bickering, tensions pepper French election debate

PARIS (Reuters) - A televised debate between France's presidential rivals veered repeatedly into schoolyard bickering, with Socialist Francois Hollande mocking Nicolas Sarkozy for having no other defence than to keep calling him a liar.