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Abdul Hamid, Baharom and Radam, Alias and Habibullah, Muzafar Shah and Hirnissa, M.T. (2009) The volatility of Thai Rice price. Integration & Dissemination, 4 (-). pp. 70-76. ISSN 1985-3300

Ali, Zaiton (2007) Corporate Real Estate: Another Real Estate Area. Integration & Dissemination, 1 . pp. 8-10.

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Cheng, Fan Fah and Md. Nassir, Annuar (2008) Earnings Response Of Bank Stocks And Their Factor-Analysed Risks In Asia Pacific Economies. Integration & Dissemination, 2 . pp. 1-2.

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Hassan, Hamimah (2008) Competitor Analysis: The Demand And Supply Approach. Integration & Dissemination, 2 . pp. 9-11.

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Ismail, Normaz Wana (2007) Issues In Regional Economic Integration: Evidence From Asean Free Trade Area. Integration & Dissemination, 1 . pp. 1-2.

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Lee, Chin and Lee, Weng Hong (2008) Can Financial Ratios Predict The Malaysian Stock Return? Integration & Dissemination, 2 . pp. 7-8.

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Sambasivan, Murali (2008) A Lagrangean-Based Heuristic For Multi-Plant, Multi-Item, Multi-Period Capacitated Lot Sizing Problems With Inter-Plant Transfers. Integration & Dissemination, 2 . pp. 3-6.

Samdin, Zaiton (2007) Pricing Of Protected Areas. Integration & Dissemination, 1 . pp. 5-7.

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Zawawi, Dahlia (2007) Quantitative Versus Qualitative Methods in Social Sciences: Bridging the Gap. Integration & Dissemination, 1 . pp. 3-4.

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