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Manufacturing growth may slow

The manufacturing sector may grow at a lower rate this year than the 5% forecast earlier, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

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Leadership change won’t affect Malaysia-China trade

THE expected change in the country#039;s leadership, come October, is not expected to have any impact on bilateral trade relations between China and Malaysia.

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ACCCIM organising trade mission to Nepal

THE Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce amp; Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) is organising a trade and investment mission to Kathmandu, Nepal, from Nov 16-20.

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ACCIM chief: 100% tax break can boost R&D

Research and development (RD) activities in Malaysia could be intensified if the authorities emulate China's move in giving companies 100% tax deduction on RD expenditure.

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Sarawak business leaders keen on IDR

The multibillion-ringgit Iskandar Development Region project in southern Johor is stirring keen interest among the powerful players in Sarawak's investment and business arena

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Cheng to mediate in Unico-Desa dispute

Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) president Tan Sri William Cheng will meet Unico Holdings Bhd's board members and ousted director Tan Kai Hee today in an attempt to resolve the dispute over the company's 29.3% stake in Unico-Desa Plantations Bhd (UDP).

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Unico minorities plan legal action

Minority shareholders of Unico Holdings Bhd, led by Tan Kai Hee, plan to take legal action against six directors or former directors of the company later this month.

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ACCIM lauds move to review gas prices

Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce Industry of Malaysia (ACCIM) had lauded the Cabinet's decision to review the gas and electricity prices that have gone up tremendously due to the increase in oil price in 2008.

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Businesses need to adjust to new market realities

KUALA LUMPUR: As the free trade agreement (FTA) between Asean and China came into full force on Jan 1, businesses in the Nanyang, as the Chinese call this part of the world, find themselves adjusting to new market realities.

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Seminar on family business succession

PETALING JAYA: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) will organise a seminar on the #8220;Succession of Family Business#8221; on June 3.