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PETALING JAYA: The outlook for the automotive sector in Malaysia looks to be much brighter in the second half of the year, after suffering from auto parts supply woes due to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March and hiccups in vehicle registrations caused by the amended Hire-Purchase Act 1967 (HPA) that took effect on June 15.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP): Ox and his mates are hitting the road to watch their beloved All Blacks play in the Rugby World Cup, making a trip they've been working on for months.
ATLANTA (AP): Grammy-winning rapper T.I., who was freed after months in prison, was back in federal custody Thursday because of a flap over his use of a luxury bus to report to a halfway house, his lawyer said.
NEW YORK (AP) - Industrial metal prices are rising after the government reported an increase in factory orders that was stronger than analysts had expected.
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. factory orders rose strongly in July on the biggest jump in demand for autos in more than eight years and a surge in commercial airplane orders. The increase suggests supply chain disruptions created by the Japan crisis are easing.
TOKYO (AP) - Japan's government says industrial production rose for the fourth straight month in July as factories continued recovering from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
IN MARCH 2011, Australian entrepreneur David Bradley went on a sailing training programme with the Langkawi Sailing School based in Telaga Harbour Park Marina and just had to do something about what he saw on the eye-opening trip.
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The gold-plated cutlery and crystal champagne glasses, the Versace and Armani suits and rows of unworn designer shoes, are all that remain at the luxurious seaside compounds of the children of Muammar Gaddafi.
IN RECENT months, Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has come under fire for installing new meters at various locations that have caused an increase in bills.
PETALING JAYA: Research analysts have downgraded Proton Holdings Bhd's shares following its dismal first-quarter earnings and reckon its subsidiary Group Lotus will continue to be a drag on the the carmaker's profits in the near term.