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Are Malaysia's non-executive directors’ overpaid?

PETALING JAYA: KPMG's pioneer annual study this year on non-executive directors' (NEDs) profile, practice and pay revealed that they were remunerated on average RM89,000 a year and that half of the NEDs' package comprised fees with allowances, other emoluments and benefits-in-kind making up the balance.

East Germans disillusioned 20 years after fall of Wall

BERLIN (Reuters Life!) - Nearly 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, only one in four Germans from the former communist East feels properly integrated.

Global carbon emissions rising rapidly - study

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global carbon emissions rose rapidly in 2007, an annual study says, with developing nations such as China and India now producing more than half of mankind's output of carbon dioxide, the main gas blamed for global warming.

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Global military spending hits $1.2 trillion - study

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Global military spending rose 3.5 percent last year to $1.2 trillion as U.S. costs for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan mounted, a European research body said on Monday in an annual study.

Global military spending hits $1.2 trillion - study

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Global military spending rose 3.5 percent last year to $1.2 trillion as U.S. costs for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan mounted, a European research body said on Monday in an annual study.

Asia arms bazaar tops Mideast's, U.S. survey finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Asia has shot past the Middle East as the world's largest arms market, with India concluding $5.4 billion in deals in 2005, the most of any developing nation, a new report for the U.S. Congress has found.

Workforce losing its edge

From J.D. LOVRENCIEAR of Semenyih, Selangor

Fewer in U.S. marry as more live together - study

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Both the U.S. marriage and divorce rates are dropping while the number of unwed couples living together is rising, according to an annual study of marriage released on Monday.

Fewer in U.S. marry as more live together - study

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Both the U.S. marriage and divorce rates are dropping while the number of unwed couples living together is rising, according to an annual study of marriage released on Monday.