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A letter from SHABANA NASEER, National Consumer Complaints Centre/ FOMCA.
COMMUTERS are looking forward to better service once the takeover of the main transport company in Putrajaya is completed.
MALAYSIANS are accustomed to thinking of the car workshop as a place that looks rundown, with oil stains on the floor, rusty vehicles all around and, yes, maybe even operating under a tree. But as the nation progresses, such business establishments will evolve towards a more efficient and cleaner setup.
UMW Holdings Bhd MD and CEO Datuk DrAbdul Halim Harun fields the 10 questionsposed by our readers.
Prospects of strong corporate earnings growth in Malaysia this year remains brightpartly because some sectors are insulated from the impact of the US economicdownturn. Fund managers, analysts and companies surveyed by StarBiz agreecorporate earnings growth will remain in positive territory in the next two years despitethe volatile global market and uncertain economic outlook.
Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars. At CES – usually a stage for bragging about futuristic bona fides – top executives are instead tamping down expectations about the arrival of autonomy.
LAS VEGAS: Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars.
Proton Holdings Bhd has appointed two top guns from DRB-Hicom Bhd, Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali as chief executive officer and Datuk Radzaif Mohamed as deputy chief executive officer, to helm the national car company that has an endless list of issues.
Issues of rising costs of raw materials, labour and the recent price hike in utilities have posed a major blow to small and medium enterprises.
A consumer advocacy group highlights the need to introduce “lemon laws” to better protect consumers and elevate the quality of goods and services.