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Ministry to conduct specialised electronics training

The Human Resources Ministry is now identifying one of their training institutes to conduct specialised electronics training.


International Chinese entrepreneurs to meet in July

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik Tuesday meeting members of the Seventh World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention organising committee led by Tan Sri Lim Guan Teik.


Australia's current account gap swells to record level

Australia's current account deficit stretched to a record 11.6 billion Australian dollars (US$7 billion) from the impact of the drought, slow global growth and a high demand for imports, official figures showed Monday.


Dynamic education mart

International alliances, mergers, global branding and public-private partnerships are increasingly the buzzwords of education - a business in which everyone wants a share. This scramble for the education pie will change the scope of education, especially its method, speed and extent of delivery.


Chinese businessmen to meet in KL

The city will play host to the world#8217;s single largest gathering of Chinese businessmen when the World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC) is held on the July 27.


Convention welcomes non-Chinese participants

The organiser of the World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC), to be held here from July 27 to 30, has extended its invitation to non-Chinese to participate in the event.


Stock pickers look to past for guidance

With the start of US-led military action against Iraq, strategists are leaning on history to navigate investors through the uncertain times ahead.


Test for world economies

THE WORLD#8217;S fragile economies may be tested to the hilt and could be faced with greater uncertainty even if the US-led forces achieve a quick victory in Iraq, economists said yesterday. A prolonged war, meanwhile, #8220;guarantees recession#8221;.


'Asia has great growth potential'

Asia has great potential for growth but it has to determine its own future, government leaders from Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines agreed.


Australia losing currency cushion

Australia, until recently one of the fastest growing developed economies, faces tougher times ahead as its currency rampages higher and exports flounder.