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 •  Getting education up and roaring is difficult, but not impossible
EDUCATION understandably is a touchy topic for many. We reminisce about better standards of the good old days and compare it with the state of public schools as we see them today.
 •  EU, US look for ‘fresh start’ in trade talks
BRUSSELS: US negotiators travel to European Union (EU) headquarters in Brussels today to jumpstart talks on the world’s biggest-ever free trade deal, which after nearly two years remain bogged down by public opposition.
 •  Tong denies allegations he shorted the ringgit
PETALING JAYA: Media group owner Datuk Tong Kooi Ong has denied the accusation by several blogs that he had taken position in the ringgit and gained financialy from its depreciation.
 •  Commercial vehicle sales expected to slow this year
PETALING JAYA: Sales of commercial vehicles are expected to be slow or even flat this year, as potential buyers are likely to remain cautious due to the declining global economic outlook and weakening ringgit.
 •  Challenges for Reits
Volatile bond market, slowing consumer spending and moderating growth to affect performance in the quarters ahead
 •  AXA Affin confident of outperforming market
KUALA LUMPUR: AXA Affin General Insurance Bhd, undeterred by the challenging economic climate that has been exacerbated by falling crude oil prices, is confident it will outperform the market in gross written premium (GWP) growth again this year.
 •  Sakura Ferroalloys aims to export to Asian countries
KUCHING: Sakura Ferroalloys Sdn Bhd, which is expected to commission its manganese alloy smelting plant in Samalaju Industrial Park, Bintulu in October, is eyeing major steel manufacturers to sell its products.
 •  OCK incorporates subsidiary with Myanmar Integrated Networks
PETALING JAYA: OCK Group Bhd, one of the country’s leading telecommunications network services providers, has incorporated a subsidiary with Myanmar Integrated Networks (MIN) named MIN-OCK Infrastructure Pte Ltd.
 •  More Malaysian participants expected at VIV Asia 2015
KUALA LUMPUR: The organisers of the biggest regional tradeshows for agriculture, horticulture, livestock and fisheries, VIV Asia 2015, to be held in Thailand in March, expect more Malaysian participants this year.
 •  Five-star rating for Gamuda
KUALA LUMPUR: CIDB Malaysia has awarded Gamuda Bhd the highest five-star SCORE rating, the first and only Malaysian company to achieve such a feat in the local construction industry.
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 •  Mahindra two-wheelers bids for Peugeot Citroen's scooters
Automobile major Mahindra & Mahindra's two-wheeler subsidiary Tuesday said that it has made a binding offer to acquire a majority stake in PSA Peugeot Citroen's scooter business.
 •  Sensex trades in red; bank stocks down
Opening after an extended weekend holiday, a benchmark index of Indian equities markets Tuesday traded 108 points or 0.
 •  India offers $250 bn investment opportunity in infrastructure
India needs $250 billion in next 20 years for basic urban infrastructure and this offers huge investment opportunities to international investors, said country's Urban Development Minister M.
 •  SJVNL signs pact for Bhutan hydro project
The public sector Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd (SJVNL) has signed an agreement for commissioning of the 600 MW Kholongchu Hydro Electric Project in Bhutan, whose foundation stone was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the company said Wednesday.
 •  Amazon has high expectations from India business: Jeff Bezos
Amazon has very high expectations from its Indian operations, Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos said here Wednesday.
 •  Sensex trades flat; banking stocks plunge
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Wednesday was trading flat at 22.
 •  Diesel in over-recovery; retail prices exceed global rates
With the rates of the Indian basket of crude oil falling below $95 a barrel, the petroleum ministry Wednesday said losses on diesel sales had been wiped out with the government now looking at a profit of nearly two rupees a litre on the fuel sales.
 •  Ford India's sales dip in September
Passenger car manufacturer Ford India experienced a dip in its September sales as compared to the corresponding period of 2013, the company said Wednesday.
 •  Microsoft Devices launches new Lumia devices
Microsoft Devices Wednesday launched three new Windows smartphones - Lumia 830, Lumia 730 and Lumia 930, a top company official said here.
 •  Maruti Suzuki's September sales up
India's largest passenger car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki Wednesday reported a healthy sales growth of 4.
 •  Reliance Communications to reduce debt to under Rs.20,000 crore
Reliance Communications targets to bring its debt to under Rs.
 •  Maruti Suzuki recalls 69,555 vehicles
In one of the largest automobile repair and inspection exercises, passenger car major Maruti Suzuki Tuesday said that it has recalled 69,555 diesel Dzire, Swift and Ritz models, stating that it will proactively inspect and repair a wiring harness.
 •  Hero MotoCorp's August sales up 30 percent
Two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp Tuesday reported sales growth of 30 percent in September by dispatching 600,000 units.
 •  Monetary policy will be inflation data-contingent: RBI
Given that inflation is expected to level at around 7 percent by 2016, the Reserve Bank's monetary policy going ahead will be contingent on relevant data coming in, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said Tuesday after announcing the central bank's fourth bi-monthly policy review.
 •  Eight core industries up 5.8 percent in August
Eight core industries such as coal, electricity, crude oil, cement and steel, grew at 5.
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