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Putrajaya housing target on track

PUTRAJAYA Holdings Sdn Bhd, which is speeding up the development of the new federal administrative capital Putrajaya, is on track to completing 67,000 residential units there by 2012.


On the move


Petlin’s Kertih plant gets ISO 9001:2000 recognition

PETLIN (M) Sdn Bhd, the country#146;s largest low-density polyethylene (LDPE) manufacturer, said its plant in Kertih, Terengganu has received its ISO 9001:2000 certification following a certification audit conducted by Sirim Bhd.


KPMG chairman calls for global standards, cites Olympus fraud

HONG KONG: KPMG chairman has called for a global set of standards for the auditing industry and said the Olympus Corp scandal in Japan reveals evidence of 'significant fraud'.


Olympus panel clears auditing firms of blame in scandal

TOKYO: An unofficial panel of experts cleared global accounting groups KPMG and Ernst & Young of any responsibility for a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at Japan's Olympus Corp on Tuesday, though the role of the firms remained under official review.


KPMG: Malaysia positioned for significant growth in H2

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is well-positioned to achieve significant growth in the second-half of 2013, said KPMG global chairman Michael Andrew.


Up Close & Personal with Michael Andrew

MICHAEL Andrew never once thought that he would one day be jet-setting around the world, experiencing different cultures and tantalising his taste buds with the array of food native to the countries he tarried at.


Phelps meets the new generation he inspired

PHOENIX (Reuters) - On the first day of his comeback to competitive swimming, Michael Phelps got a first-hand look at the new wave of super competitors he helped inspire.


Review: The Nameless City Book 1

Young readers graphic novel scores high marks with its winning characters and cool world-building.


Top swimmers challenge FINA with lawsuit

(Reuters) - Three world-class swimmers have filed a lawsuit in the United States, challenging what they allege is the monopoly world governing body FINA has over the control of international competitions.