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Nation

Break seats into smaller units, says Chan

Sarawak wants its heavily-populated parliamentary and state constituencies to be redelineated into smaller units for development and progress to be channelled more effectively to the people.

Business

Ranhill unit going for water projects in two states

JOHOR-BASED SAJ Holdings Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Ranhill Utilities Bhd, hopes to clinch water management projects in two other states in peninsular Malaysia this year.

Business

How sustainable is our recovery?

Going into 2003, Malaysia economic recovery is expected to be sustainable in spite of a slowing US economy. We see real GDP sustaining at 4.3% in 2003 (2002e: 4.0%).

Business

Zeti: M’sia has potential to become global player

MALAYSIA has the potential to be a global player so long as its products and services are in demand by the rest of the world, and its ideas continue to draw interest and acceptance.

Business

Smaller companies head to Asia for investments

Apart from the large investments abroad that have made headline news such as the acquisition of Unilever group assets by IOI Corp Bhd and Wessex Water by YTL Power International Bhd, there were also many companies with smaller market capitalisation which crossed the border last year.

Nation

Solar and wind power to counter Bario fuel problem

Sarawak is seeking the help of Japanese experts in solar and wind power generation to overcome a crippling fuel-shortage problem faced by 10,000 natives in the Bario Highlands near the border of Kalimantan.

Business

The Week Ahead

Business

Symphony looks forward to outsourcing

OUTSOURCING in Malaysia has advanced roughly midway between buzzword status and accepted business practice.

Business

Tekla sees boost from Asia Pacific

INFRASTRUCTURE management software provider Tekla (M) Sdn Bhd expects its Asia-Pacific market to rev up this year, with China posing rapid sales growth and Malaysia to be a consistent market, according to its managing director Ari Nassi.

Business

Asia hot pick of investors in 2003

Global investors are playing it safe in Asian markets amid fears of a possible war in Iraq and tensions over North Korea#8217;s nuclear programme, but they are seen ready to scoop up Asian technology stocks later this year.