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Business

Fighting the Bears

Will it hurt to look at the stock market in 2003? What are the stocks worth putting your money in?

Business

How high can it go?

ASK around.It is a foregone conclusion that the local stock market is currently not too far off its lowest ebb. The mostpertinent question is how high can the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (CI)go in 2003?

Business

Versus the CI

Liew Lai Jing and P.W. Thong write on WWC, Hong Leong Bank, Top Glove, MISC and Tanjong.

Letters

Perlis curfew idea can't be serious

B>K/B>angar has never been known as an attraction for entertainment. In fact, the only cinema in town has shut down. The people of Perlis probably visit nearby Hatyai town, located just across the Thai border, if they want to patronise entertainment outlets.

Lifestyle

Showtime in Las Vegas

Besides shopping, gorging on endless buffets and visiting the ostentatious hotels modelled on legendary monuments, lavish theatrical productions and concerts are the top draws of this desert city, reports JOHNNI WONG.

Business

New waves in IT gadgets

MAJOR manufacturers of mobile phones, handhelds, notebooks and printers are optimistic of the IT gadgets market growth but have mixed feelings about fierce competition from Chinese brands.

Business

Investors see Tanjong as safe bet

TANJONG plc has been consistently ranked among the best-managed companies with the highest corporate governance standards in Asia by various investment research houses and fund managers.

AseanPlus News

Video conferencing, e-mail and movies on the road

BY THE end of the year, traffic jams may never be the same again for tech-savvy motorists and their passengers.

AseanPlus News

Female online gamers

NEARLY half of all online gamers here are female, among the highest in the Asia-Pacific region outside Japan, a survey showed yesterday.

Business

Construction sector in for major boost

THE construction sector will be one of the prime beneficiaries of the government#146;s efforts to pump-prime the economy, according to AmResearch Sdn Bhd executive director Gan Kim Khoon.