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Dr Subra confirms hospital contractor under probe

PETALING JAYA: Health Minister Datuk Dr Seri S Subramaniam has confirmed that there was an ongoing probe into medical support service company Radicare over alleged poor service, but urged people to not "emotionalise" the issue.

Johor to make Iskandar Malaysia a medical hub

JOHOR BARU: The Johor government calls upon cooperation from all sectors especially health providers to make Iskandar Malaysia into a medical hub.

For US stocks, earnings take center stage

NEW YORK: After the S&P 500's impressive 30 percent return in 2013, Wall Street will get a better picture of reality next week as the pace of companies reporting earnings picks up

US job growth falters as cold weather grips nation

WASHINGTON: U.S. employers hired the fewest workers in nearly three years in December, but the setback was likely to be temporary amid signs that unusually cold weather may have had an impact.

Turkey-Malaysia to increase bilateral trade to US$5bil in 5 years

PUTRAJAYA: Turkey and Malaysia are both targeting to increase bilateral trade by more than two-fold to US$5bil in five years from US$1.5bil at present, said Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Bernanke gives upbeat assessment of economy to US senators

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday offered an optimistic view on the US economy's prospects to Democratic senators, but warned that "tough decisions" were ahead on dealing with long-term budget deficits and healthcare costs, according to lawmakers present.

Greece plays up progress as it takes on delicate EU presidency

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece took over the presidency of the European Union on Wednesday and chose the moment to deliver a staunch defence of its efforts to recover from six years of recession and two bailouts that have cost it more than 200 billion euros.

Expats agree with ranking on global retirement index

Vive Le Malaisie! Kuala Lumpur expatriates are giving the thumbs-up to’s annual Global Retirement Index 2014, which ranked Malaysia as the third best country to retire in, after Ecuador and Panama.

Bed-population ratio will give a clearer picture

From DAVID LIM, Cheras

Panama named best place to retire

Malaysia comes third on the 2014 list drawn up by ‘’.