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Ling: Seamless cargo movement via I-Port

Malaysian seaports and airports can tap intra-Asian cargo transhipment opportunities by providing both sea and air transhipment facilities to international shipping lines.


Ling to meet PM over Cabinet position

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said he will meet Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad to discuss his Cabinet post amidst speculation that he will relinquish his ministerial position and be taking leave soon.


Railway bids under evaluation

The Government is currently evaluating bids submitted by two consortiums for two double-tracking projects involving the railway line between Padang Besar and Ipoh in the north and Seremban and Johor Baru in the south.

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First marine economy plan issued

THE State Council on Tuesday issued its first special marine economic development programme aimed at boosting the country#8217;s marine industries.


Reading law in the UK

As the United Kingdom's top law schools beckon, UK Malaysian Law Students Union president LIANG SHIH-JERN shares knowledge and insights on the privilege and challenges of reading law in Britain.


War on VCD pirates extended to Aug 31

The deadline of the second phase of the nationwide crackdown to wipe out pirated and pornographic CD, VCD and DVD traders has been extended to Aug 31, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Tuesday.

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Tycoon's ex-China bride pens her tale

THE Beijing woman who started talk of the #8216;China bride syndrome#8217; here after an acrimonious divorce case with her wealthy Singaporean husband, has written a book on her experiences in Singapore.


Najib: Security now more critical for Asean navies

Maritime security is becoming even more critical with the responsibilities of naval forces in Asean countries now extending beyond defence and combating piracy.


Mahathir visits two major cities in Ukraine

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad continued his hectic schedule in Ukraine by making visits to two major cities Tuesday.

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Largest container dock at Qingdao

CHINA'S Qingdao port signed a contract on Monday in Beijing with three world shipping giants, jointly investing US$887mil (RM3.4bil) to regroup its Qianwan container dock into the largest in China.