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MISC buys stake in VTTI for RM2.36bil

PETALING JAYA: MISC Bhd has proposed to buy a 50% stake in global tank terminal firm VTTI BV for US$735mil (RM2.36bil) in a move that will give the home-grown shipping giant immediate access to strategically located assets at the 'crossroads of major products and energy shipping lanes of the world,' the company said.

SCENARIOS - How could Thai political crisis affect the economy?

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's economy was recovering well this year until anti-government protesters started a mass rally in Bangkok in the middle of March, which has sparked the country's deadliest political violence in 18 years.

Somalia calls for Russian explanation on pirates

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Somalia's transitional government called on Russia on Friday to explain why it had cut 10 Somali pirates adrift in the Gulf on Aden without navigation equipment or much hope of survival.

Shin Yang likely to list its timber operations next

MIRI: The Shin Yang group of companies will list its timber operations after its shipping company has made it to the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia.

After losses, shipbuilders want grievances resolved

SIBU: Small- and medium-scale shipbuilding companies here want the Barisan Nasional government to address their problems although they may not be 'big towkays.'

FACTBOX - Punishment options for South Korea on North

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has come closer to blaming the North for torpedoing one of its warships in March in an attack that killed 46 of its sailors.

BP tries new oil leak fixes, tar balls wash ashore

PORT FOURCHON, La. (Reuters) - Energy giant BP moved forward on Thursday with untested solutions it hopes could capture oil spilling from a ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico where the accident threatens an environmental disaster.

U.N. resolutions vs Iran 'not worth penny' - Ahmadinejad

TEHRAN (Reuters) - U.N. resolutions aimed at increasing sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program

ANALYSIS - Amid Iran sanctions drive, U.S. lobbies foreign firms

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is waging a largely behind-the-scenes campaign to convince foreign companies that it is becoming too politically risky for them to do business with an increasingly isolated Iran.

ANALYSIS - Amid Iran sanctions drive, U.S. lobbies foreign firms

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is waging a largely behind-the-scenes campaign to convince foreign companies that it is becoming too politically risky for them to do business with an increasingly isolated Iran.