Petition to wind up Mobikom


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  • Friday, 12 Aug 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: A service provider has filed a petition at the High Court to wind up Mobikom Sdn Bhd for owing it RM27.4mil. 

Inmiss Communication Sdn Bhd, which had been awarded the sum by an arbitrator on March 31, filed the papers through its solicitors Paul Ong & Associates at noon yesterday. 

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