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Taiwan’s Neteyes sets up office to explore South Asia

NETEYES Network Co Ltd has set up a regional office in Malaysia to explore new business opportunities in South Asia, chief executive officer Morgan Liao said.

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Iran to review suspension

Iran said on Saturday it would decide in coming days whether to resume uranium enrichment activities after a tough United Nations resolution sharply rebuked Teheran for not co-operating fully with nuclear inspectors.


Only 145 have signed UN convention on refugees

THE chief instrument that empowers the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to act is the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol.


Government names priority sectors for Asean product projects

The Government has identified various priority sectors for local companies and their Asean counterparts to form a regional entity that can compete with the giants in Europe, Japan and the United States.

Other Sport

BJSS shuttlers stamp their class in national schools tournament

With the exception of the Under-12 categories, all the winners at the recently concluded National Schools (MSSM) Badminton Championships 2004 are from the Bukit Jalil Sports School.


Licence for gas emission

In this final instalment of a three-part series on climate change, CHARLES J. HANLEY writes that companies are trading 'hot air' to buy time on the climate.


New pay TV station will be Net-based

Subscribers of the new pay TV station, MiTV, to be launched in December, need only install the IP-enabled Set Top Box that will decode signals of the estimated 50 channels directly to the television sets.


SPK-Sentosa set to make a comeback with new investor

SPK-SENTOSA Bhd is banking on the progressive strides made by holding company Sharikat Permodalan Kebangsaan Bhd (SPKB) to put it back into mainstream business.


Second pay TV station with 50 channels in December

Malaysia's second pay TV station MiTV is expected to come on air in December, offering at least 50 channels.

Other Sport

Qatar to spend RM10 billion on 2006 Asian Games

The Qatari government are spending US$2.8 billion (RM10.6 billion) to organise the 2006 Doha Asian Games from Dec 1-15.