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CSR activities beneficial to society, study shows

KUALA LUMPUR: Consumers believe that corporate citizenship or corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities are genuinely beneficial and expect corporations to actively contribute to society’s well-being, a recent study showed

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Fernandes’ roots may allow him to fully own Indian unit

NEW DELHI: Malaysian airline tycoon Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, chief executive officer of budget carrier AirAsia Bhd, said he has applied for a version of Indian citizenship, a status that may allow him to fully own his local unit and skirt some aviation rules that restrict foreigners.

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AirAsia boss Fernandes’ Indian roots may help skirt air rules

NEW DELHI: Malaysian airline tycoon Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, chief executive of budget carrier AirAsia Bhd, said he’s applied for a version of Indian citizenship, a status that may allow him to fully own his local unit and skirt some aviation rules that restrict foreigners.

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Bank clampdown dims allure of scandal-hit Baltic haven

RIGA (Latvia): Many Latvians got a shock this summer when they were informed their bank accounts risked being blocked if they didn’t hand over details of their citizenship, financial plans and any ties to high-level politics.

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Will brain drain lead to a drought in FDIs?

A RECENT article in a local newspaper entitled: 'Why we are losing our top students to Singapore,' bemoaned the fact that Singapore is increasingly successful at wooing Malaysian Chinese independent school leavers with scholarships, university entrance examination waivers, permanent residency or even citizenship.

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Contracts are not meant to be broken

OF late, events in the global construction scene have left many wondering about the meaning of global citizenship.

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Selling to soldiers

“THE soldier is the army. No army is better than its soldiers. The soldier is also a citizen. In fact, the highest obligation and privilege of citizenship is that of bearing arms for one’s country,” said the famous World War II US army general George Smith Patton Jr.