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FARNBOROUGH, England: Boeing Co. and European archrival Airbus racked up billions of dollars worth of aircraft sales at the Farnborough International Airshow on Monday, raising hopes that the aviation industry has touched the bottom of a deep two-year downturn.
PETALING JAYA: What started out as a grand plan to restructure the country's water sector, an idea that was mooted back in 2006, is currently being rattled by the choppy reform efforts in one state - Selangor.
IN the modern world of investing, super computers and super secretive algorithms are employed to determine investment choices. Hedge funds have employed such machines and maths, along with eminently qualified staff a lot of universities would yearn for, to get an edge in today's world.
PETALING JAYA: Family businesses are the cornerstone of many countries in Asia. Either started from migrant workers or the indigenous population of countries, many of such businesses have grown and flourished over the past century and into the current millennium.
WASHINGTONL Global food prices have eased from their July records but remain very high, putting more people in danger of hunger and malnutrition-related disease, the World Bank said Thursday.
THE sector posted substandard results for the third consecutive quarter. While earlier quarters disappointed on steep fresh fruit bunch (FFB) production declines due to tree stress, third quarter of 2012 results were primarily impacted by a plunge in crude palm oil (CPO) average selling price (ASP) and higher costs, which offset a rebound in production.