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Hard-earned win puts CRC in the big picture

CHINESE Recreation Club (CRC) are on the verge of achieving their dream of putting the Khor Kai Keng Millennium Cup back on their shelf, by confirming their place in the final of the Penang Chinese FA Veterans League.

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Kedah turn on the power

KEDAH posted their fifth home win in the FAM-Belia Cup soccer competition by overcoming a fighting Sabah 3-0 at the mini stadium in Jitra on Sunday.

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Loans to SMEs up

As of August this year, RM174.5bil’s worth of loans have been disbursed to small and medium enterprises as financing options improve, driven in part by Government encouragement and support.

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Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge with an advantage

The Reds are still on a high of Klopp mania.

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Hamzah lads spring a surprise

X-HAMZAH Hockey Club overcame the odds to become the Division Two champions in the QNET-Selangor Hockey League.

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Pinched by the pennies?

Business conditions are likely to remain tough this year, but SMEs will still need to spend on the essentials — talents, professional services, membership fees of business associations, etc — if they are to successfully negotiate the pitfalls and opportunities.

Community

Sabah urged to attract investors with flexible and business-friendly policies

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah should open up more flexible and business-friendly policies to attract foreign investors, said Sabah United Chinese Chambers of Commerce (SUCCC) president Datuk Seri Panglima Gan Sau Wah.

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Indonesia plans “big bang” opening of economy

E-commerce, retail and healthcare among sectors to be opened up to foreign investment.

Focus

Always a hockey hero

To the present generation, he may seem like another historical sports figure.

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News in Brief

A recent survey by Manulife showed 68% of Malaysians to be currently in debt, the highest proportion of the eight markets surveyed in Asia, and more than double the regional average of 33%.