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The Malaysian Taekwondo Association, who were de-registered last Friday, are in the midst of sorting out their differences with the Sports Commissioner's office and they have about a month to do so.
The Malaysian Taekwondo Association (MTA), who were de-registered by the Sports Commissioner's office on Friday, will leave it to their lawyers to decide on the next course of action.
The troubled Malaysian Taekwondo Association (MTA) was de-registered by the Sports Commissioner Friday - on the eve of the sport's national championships.
Early this year, a small group of advertising executives, journalists and political operatives began meeting around the crowded tables of a popular cafe here to plot an opposition media strategy for Lebanon's spring parliamentary elections.
Fuji Television Network Inc has gained more than a third of the equity in Nippon Broadcasting System Inc (NBS) after its tender offer, putting it ahead for now in an increasingly bitter takeover battle for the radio broadcaster.
A rare Japanese takeover battle escalated yesterday after Internet services firm Livedoor Co Ltd pledged to go to court in its fight with Fuji Television Network Inc, the country's top TV broadcaster in terms of revenues.
MAXIS Communications Bhd will not stop making foreign forays although it will have a lot on its plate this year with its proposed acquisition of a 51% stake in Indonesia#8217;s PT Natrindo Telepon Selular (NTS) plus a very competitive domestic market that it has to contend with, said CEO Datuk Jamaludin Ibrahim.
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing has agreed to buy ailing retailer Marionnaud Parfumeries SA, injecting Parisian cachet into his Hutchison Whampoa Ltd empire by acquiring one of the leading perfume and cosmetics vendors in Europe.
The tsunami that swept in waves of terror and swept away waves of lives may bring in another wave as well: hungry Achenese refugees. SUHAINI AZNAM raises the possibility.
South Korea#8217;s parliament has passed a bill aimed mainly at limiting the powers of owner families of big business conglomerates #8211; known as I>chaebol #8211;/Iover affiliates.