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Thousands in HK march for democracy

Tens of thousands of people dressed in white poured onto the streets Thursday to vent their frustration at Chinese rule and challenge Beijing's refusal to allow them to elect their own leaders.


Tussle for control of Cepatwawasan intensifies

The board tussle between two rival factions for control of Sabah-based Cepatwawasan Group Bhd intensified yesterday when a High Court injunction was served to the board to prevent the faction headed by Datuk Lo Fui Ming from exercising voting rights relating to a large number of shares, said to be between 10 million and 11 million or about 5% of the company's outstanding shares of 215.5 million.


Air France gets 89% of KLM in takeover

Over 89% of the share capital of Dutch airline KLM has been tendered to Air France in a buyout offer which creates the world's largest airline by revenues.


Mitsubishi Motors gets nod for new CEO, share issue

Mitsubishi Motors Corp (MMC) shareholders approved at an EGM yesterday the appointment of a new president and chief executive, and the issue of new shares to raise badly needed new funds.


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Distance does not stop couple from voting

I. Made Sudarta and his wife Emelda live in Gurun, Kedah, but this did not stop them from making the 150km journey to the Indonesian Consulate-General's office in Penang to exercise their voting rights.


Hyundai Elevator wins battle over management control

Hyundai Elevator Co has scored an overwhelming victory over major shareholder Kumgang Korea Chemical Co (KCC) over management control of the de facto holding firm of Hyundai Group after chairwoman Hyun Jung-Eun received enough votes at the shareholders' meeting to secure a board seat.


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