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Govt to intervene if global oil prices rise too high, says Chua
KUALA LUMPUR: The Home Ministry has urged motorcycle dealers in the country to work together with the ministry and the police to ensure safety of bikers on the road.
KUALA LUMPUR: The RON95 petrol prices could be maintained or revised down by about 5 sen to 10 sen at the current global crude oil prices as the government puts in place a managed float which will take effect on Dec 1.
DUBAI: Ford's drive to make its sport utility vehicles (SUV) and other models lighter to save fuel and boost performance will not be delayed by the drop in oil prices, executive chairman Bill Ford said.
PARIS: France's cash-strapped government is seeking to revamp contracts with motorway operators which it considers too generous, but its room for manoeuvre is thin.
LONDON: The front pages of British newspapers were splashed with photos of a champagne-soaked Lewis Hamilton dubbed the king of Formula One today, after he claimed a second world title.
HIROSHIMA: Mazda will debut the sedan model of the new Mazda2 at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2014 on Friday.
ABU DHABI: A tearful Lewis Hamilton joined the elite ranks of double Formula One world champions on Sunday after a nerve-racking drive to victory in the floodlit season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
PUTRAJAYA: Britain’s Sam Bird put up a dominant display to soar to victory in the inaugural Putrajaya race of the Formula E championship.
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