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Beware of Net scam, warns SC

The Securities Commission (SC) has frozen two accounts with fund worth RM1.6mil, closed two websites and questioned several individuals believed to be linked to a global Internet investment scam run by Cambridge Capital Trading.

U.S. official to brief Macau on frozen North Korea funds

HONG KONG (Reuters) - A senior U.S. Treasury official is in Hong Kong and Macau to brief authorities now the department is ready to

Casino group under probe

SINGAPORE'S casino regulators have confirmed that they are continuing to seek 'clarification' from the Genting group over its links with Macau casino mogul Stanley Ho.

Casino group under probe

Singapore's casino regulators have confirmed that they are continuing to seek 'clarification' from the Genting group over its links with Macau casino mogul Stanley Ho.

Mr Kim of Macau? North Korea's family mystery deepens

MACAU (Reuters) - There are no signs of life behind the bay windows of the cream-coloured seaside villas on a secluded side of Macau, reportedly home these days to the eldest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il.

Small sum may prove key to N.Korean nuclear talks

MACAU (Reuters) - A breakthrough deal at six-party nuclear talks in Beijing this week may hinge on the fate of a sum of money equal to half a percent of North Korea's total foreign trade that has been blocked in a city far from the action.

Khodorkovsky charged with money-laundering

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian prosecutors on Monday brought new charges against Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a move likely to bury the politically ambitious tycoon's hopes of release from jail before 2008 presidential elections.

Europe’s LogicaCMG aims big in Asia

LogicaCMG, Europe's second-largest listed information technology (IT) services company by market capitalisation, plans to boost its presence in Asia by tapping into the growing financial services and telecommunications markets.

INTERVIEW - U.S. envoy sees steps to possible N. Korea deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The next round of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program could produce an agreement resembling a defunct 1994 pact, but it would be only preliminary and the final deal would go much farther, U.S. negotiator Chris Hill said on Monday.

U.S. bans luxury exports to NKorea, sets money talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday banned exports of iPods and other luxury items to North Korea, even as it set a date for talks on resolving a dispute over other U.S. financial curbs on the communist state.