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Remake for Malaysia Incorporated

The reforming of government-linked companies (GLCs) is part of the government's efforts to remake Malaysia Incorporated, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Varsities team up on energy project

Two universities have forged a partnership with Australia's Curtin University of Technology to devise a sustainable energy and telecommunications system to help about a million rural folks in Sarawak and Sabah.

New line-up in Johor MCA

Bekok assemblyman Tan Kok Hong has been appointed Johor MCA deputy chairman I following the retirement of several leaders' before the recent general election.

No shortage of excitement on world sporting stage in new year

The odd-numbered years are the odd years out in international sports. Or are they?

Stockpiles of crude bring down oil prices

Oil prices resumed their slide on Friday from last week's record peaks as swelling stockpiles in the United States, the world's largest energy consumer, countered worries over rising global demand.

Iran says threats will not work in nuclear talks

TEHRAN (Reuters) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday threats would not work in talks to settle the dispute over Iran's nuclear programme but Tehran was ready to clear up misunderstandings with the rest of the world.

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Iran on fresh atom fuel drive despite UN powers' offer

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran launched a fresh round of uranium enrichment this week just as world powers offered it incentives to halt nuclear fuel work with the potential to produce atomic bombs, a U.N. watchdog said on Thursday.

RM1b boost for Bank Islam

Dubai Investment Group (DIG) yesterday sealed an agreement with BIMB Holdings Bhd to buy 40% stake in unit Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd - the country's oldest Islamic bank - for RM828mil, signalling the single largest investment to be made by the Dubai-based group in Asia's financial sector.

Blair suffers election blows

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Tony Blair's political woes mounted on Friday when a poll showed he is now less popular than his main rival and his Labour Party suffered humiliating election setbacks.