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By Dr ONG HEAN-TATT
By ONG HEAN-TATT
By Dr TARCISIUS CHIN
THE collective worth of China's 40 richest people and their families has risen by US$8bil to hit US$26bil this year, according to I>Forbes /I>magazine, indicating that the booming economy has indeed made them much wealthier in the last 12 months.
Chevron, one of the world's largest oil companies, has denied human rights and environmental violations in the 180 countries where it operates, but allegations of abuse threaten its public image around the world.
SAN JOSE, California (AP) - Google will continue to store inquiries made by users, even after AOL raised privacy concerns by haphazardly releasing its subscribers' online search requests, Google chief executive Eric Schmidt said Wednesday.
LONDON (AP) - Airlines and travel companies were dealt a sharp blow Thursday by the discovery of a terrorist plot aimed at trans-Atlantic flights, with shares in leading carriers falling as flights were canceled in and out of Britain.
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP): When U.S. President George W. Bush arrives in Colombia on Sunday he is likely to praise the economic model of President Alvaro Uribe, his staunchest ally in a region increasingly dominated by anti-American leaders.
Several Malaysian stocks hit new highs yesterday, as investors shrugged off overseas jitters to focus on domestic play.
Economic growth will come from democracies anddictatorships that invest in human capital and physicalinfrastructure, encourage competition, maintain strong stateinstitutions, and practise consistently sound policy.