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Pensonic taps Viet home appliance market

PENSONIC Holdings Bhd has made the first move towards its goal of becoming the first Asean home electrical appliance brand by venturing into Vietnam with the recent appointment of Asia Dragon Vietnam Co Ltd as distributor for its products in the country.


Al-Jazeera gets a rival in Al-Arabia

After Sept 11, Al-Jazeera was hailed as the #8220;CNN of the Arab world#8221; when it captivated a world audience with its tapes of Osama bin Laden.

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Arab countries helpless to stop war on Iraq

B>AMMAN:/BArab countries have no way of averting a US-led war on Iraq but will seek to limit the damage of an eventual conflict at their forthcoming Arab summit, regional officials and analysts have said.


Portrait of an artist and teacher

Budding artists, unlike tomorrow#8217;s scientists, are often left untended until someone like respected artist-art educator Choong Kam Kow comes along. He tells VERONICA SHUNMUGAM of the long path of learning and discovery he took to become an artist and teacher.


War fears not a setback

Despite the war jitters, the 15th Matta International Travel Fair (MITF) drew in more than the expected number of visitors.

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Bahrain’s bid to host F1 Grand Prix gets a boost

Bahrain's hopes of staging a F1 Grand Prix in 2004 were boosted on Tuesday after members of Parliament approved a funding proposal for a new US$200 million circuit, the I>Bahrain News Agency /I>reported.


Balm for anti-Muslim feelings

The year-old Washington DC-based Council of American Muslims for Understanding has more to do now to #8216;reunite#8217; America withthe Muslim world, writes PAUL GABRIEL.


Palestinians who fled Baghdad find little relief

Some 20 Palestinians including 10 children, one as young as 10 months, sat in the open windy cold of no man#8217;s land, a desert stretch between Jordan and Iraq, for three nights.

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Salabogi in hospital, Lebanon out of Davis Cup

A Fiji rugby player who took part in last week's Hong Kong Sevens competition has been hospitalised and there are fears that he has contracted Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).


SARS and war add salt to injury

AS if coping with the uncertainties of war isn#039;t enough, economies in the region now have to cope with yet another crisis. The deadly Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is taking its toll on Asia at a time when many of these economies are already vulnerable due to a weak external sector.