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Prime Minister John Key appears doggedly determine to ram through his plan to partially sell some prized Crown assets, saying only a meteorite slamming into New Zealand could stop him.
PETALING JAYA: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) nomination forms must now be submitted in person at EPF branches.
The company was expected to post a first-quarter loss of US$24.7mil(RM74.1mil).
SHAH ALAM: The Selangor government Thursday approved half month salary bonus with minimum RM500 for all state employees to help them make preparation for Aidilfitri celebration.
ACCORDING to a new industry report by Global Industry Analysts (GIA), a publisher of market research, the global textile fibre market is expected to reach 93 million tonness by 2015.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's incoming prime minister promised on Thursday to speed up its bid to join the European Union with the West scrutinising the return to power of a political alliance that once led a government at war with NATO.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba adopted a new tax code this week and said it would loosen regulations on some state companies while turning others into cooperatives, as one of the world's last Soviet-style economies moves in a more market-friendly direction.
MIRI: The SUPP has stepped in to help an elderly and poverty-stricken heart victim from here, preparing to foot the surgery bill.
THE progress of a country towards being a developed, high-income nation is often associated with the increase in productivity and gross domestic product (GDP).
From S. RAGUNATHAN of Petaling Jaya.