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Letters

Keep Tamil alive, Siva tells teachers

From the Tamil press: Teachers in Tamil schools have been advised to sharpen their skills in teaching the other subjects in Tamil once Mathematics and Science are taught in English in primary schools next week, I>Malaysia Nanban/Ireported.

Nation

Sabah to lodge more reports on financial losses

The Sabah Government will lodge more reports with the Anti-Corruption Agency regarding the massive financial losses sustained by its agencies, Chief Minister Datuk Chong Kah Kiat said.

Letters

Japanese model re-examined

It has been 20 years since Malaysia adopted the Look East Policy. Some of the romance may have worn off, but we think there are still benefits to be gained. However, globalisation may prompt Malaysia to reconsider, writes PROF LEE POH PING.

Nation

Cuepacs ready to help workers get better retrenchment deal

Cuepacs is ready to assist the staff of state-owned Yayasan Sabah and its subsidiaries to get a fair deal out of the Voluntary Retrenchment Scheme offered to them, said Cuepacs (Sabah branch) secretary Laurence Vun.

Business

McDonald's incurs first-ever quarterly loss of US$343.8mil

McDonald#8217;s Corp has posted its first-ever quarterly loss as it absorbed the costs of closing hundreds of its fast-food restaurants and scaled back its profit growth targets.

Business

White knight for Long Huat

FINANCIALLY-TROUBLED Long Huat Group Bhd has found a white knight that would transform the timber-based company into a manufacturer of laminated foams and mattresses under a comprehensive debt-restructuring programme.

Nation

MAWW launch timely, says Fong

The setting up of the Malaysian Working Women#8217;s Association (MAWW) is timely to address the challenges and threats faced by working women.

Letters

Going it alone out of despair

By SEAH CHIANG NEE

Business

PSA laying off 800 to be more competitive

PSA Corp Ltd will lay off about 800 employees as part of a strategy to enhance its competitiveness, its chairman Stephen Lee said in a statement yesterday.

Nation

Be ready for war, bosses told

Employers have been urged to make contingency plans to ensure that workers' welfare are looked into in case a war breaks out between the US and Iraq.