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Asian football chief Peter Velappan has dismissed fears that the absence of several star players will take the shine off the continent's showpiece tournament, the Asian Cup.
By NITHYA SIDHHU.
Injuries and the Athens Olympics are threatening to deprive the Asian Cup of star quality ahead of the prestigious tournament's kick-off in China next week.
The Selayang landfill might be closed to protect a newly discovered heron breeding site, believed to be the largest in Selangor and the second largest in the peninsula.
Property and utility deals and a soggy market for initial public offerings are expected to drive Australian mergers and acquisitions in the second half of 2004, after activity rocketed to $42bil in the first six months.
Factories in the Pearl River Delta, the heart of China's export engine, are considering closing shop and relocating in pursuit of cheaper labour and lower running costs.
A butterfly park with over 190 species will be the latest attraction at the Endau Rompin National Park located some 230km from here.
The European Championships in Portugal will be the launching pad for some virtually unknown footballers. FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM produces a list of unlikely stars of Euro 2004.
From DATUK MUSA NORDIN, Director-General, Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Kuala Lumpur.
From H.S., Tampin.
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