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Joint statement by governments of China and Malaysia on bilateral ties

PETALING JAYA: China and Malaysia are optimistic about the prospect of their bilateral relations.

Time for East Asia

AS an indication of how out of touch some international pundits of Asia are, they still call North-East Asia (China, Japan and Korea) “East Asia.”

Dr M talks cars, China, and California in Tokyo

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia hopes to produce a new car which will conform to the Euro-5 or Euro-6 emission standards in order to access the world market, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Tokyo on Monday (June 11).

PM: We’d rather have EAEC than TPPA

TOKYO: Malaysia is not against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agree­ment (TPPA), but it now favours the formation of the East Asia Economic Caucus (EAEC).

Dr M voices desire for new M’sian car

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad has seemingly made good on a pre-election promise that has many quarters worried.

Malaysia not against TPPA, but favours EAEC

TOKYO: Malaysia is not against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) but is now favouring the formation of the East Asia Economic Caucus (EAEC).

Regional issues in context

To appreciate how issues today had developed from the past is also to understand how they are likely to develop in the future.

Europe E.coli is toxic new strain, trade row grows

LONDON (Reuters) - A highly infectious new strain of E.coli bacteria is causing a deadly outbreak of food poisoning in Germany, scientists said on Thursday, with cases in Europe and the United States raising the alarm worldwide.

Europe E.coli is toxic new strain, trade row grows

LONDON (Reuters) - A highly infectious new strain of E.coli bacteria is causing a deadly outbreak of food poisoning in Germany, scientists said on Thursday, with cases in Europe and the United States raising the alarm worldwide.

Europe E.coli is toxic new strain, trade row grows

LONDON (Reuters) - A highly infectious new strain of E.coli bacteria is causing a deadly outbreak of food poisoning that is spreading from Germany across Europe, scientists said on Thursday, raising alarm bells worldwide.