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A mobile revolution in China

Egg crepe seller Zhang Zhengnong said his family was one of the first in its poor neighbourhood in rural China to install a telephone at home.


Samy obtains injunction against editor, publisher

MIC president Datuk S. Samy Vellu has obtained an interim injunction against Penerbitan Sahabat (M) Sdn Bhd, the publisher of I>Malaysian Nanban/Iand its editor Kumanan Pupathi Athimulam @Athi Kumanan.


Ericsson tipped to get bulk of Maxis 3G deals

MAXIS Communications Bhd is finally set to dish out contracts for the deployment of its third-generation (3G) infrastructure today and Ericsson of Sweden is tipped to get the bulk of the contracts.


Merger progress to dictate Celcom re-listing

Creating value and at least matching the profit figures of its nearest competitor is Celcom (M) Bhd's priority for now, although an early re-listing date for the company has been bandied about.


Timing of Celcom’s relisting in question

Talk about an early relisting of Celcom (M) Bhd has recently surfaced in the media, but industry sources told I>StarBiz/Ithat directors of Telecom Malaysia Bhd, which owns 100% of the mobile operator, are not in favour of such a move.


Telekom said offering more for Excelcomindo stake

TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd has raised its offer price for a stake in Indonesia's third largest mobile phone firm, PT Excelcomindo Pratama, sources say, as rivals also try to break into the country's fast-growing cellular market.

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Chip in for public welfare, firms urged

DOMESTIC and overseas companies, while scoring big profits in China, should be more active in contributing to the public welfare through mutually beneficial co-operation with local societies.


Ways to lose your money

SOME people have described Martin Howell#039;s book I>Predators and Profits/I(Prentice-Hall) as #147;remarkable.#148; I think it is unique and courageous #150; from the moment I started reading, I was unable to put it down.


Telekom seeks US$167m compensation from Ghana

Telekom Malaysia Bhd is seeking US$166.965mil in compensation from the Government of Ghana (GoG) in respect of its investment in Ghana Telecommunications Co Ltd.


Where to get The Star’s Collector’s Issue

A 16 page special on the last day of Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad as Prime Minister and the handing over of leadership to Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. Printed on special paper, it is RM1 a copy and all proceeds will be donated to People Living With HIV/AIDS Drug Assistance Scheme.