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China takes Japan to task over island lease

China has summoned an official from the Japanese embassy here to express #8220;strong dissatisfaction#8221; over Japan#8217;s reported leasing of three disputed isles in the East China Sea, state media said yesterday.

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Report: Japan leasing disputed island

B>TOKYO:/BThe Japanese government has already signed a 20-year contract to lease Kubashima island in the East China Sea until 2012, despite an ongoing territorial dispute with China, a news report said yesterday.

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Farm workers give up mahjong for winter jobs

FOR peasants in West Sunzhuang Village, in north China's Hebei province who have become expert mahjong players during the slack farming season, this winter has not been one of leisure and idleness as before.

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Foreigners allowed to buy land in Shanghai

SHANGHAI has decided to remove the last remaining barrier hindering foreign businesses and individuals from purchasing or leasing real estate in the city. The municipal real estate and land resources administration has issued a notification which effectively permits the purchase and leasing of real estate for business purposes.


Fund-raising hell in Russia

Hard-hit Russian colleges are falling into the clutches of corrupt business, reports DAVID HOLLEY.


Ex-CEO charged with cheating

The former chief executive officer of the first licensed Islamic leasing company in Malaysia was charged in the Sessions Court with cheating the company of RM450,000 about three years ago.


Govt to terminate contract with car fleet firm

The Government has decided to terminate its contract with a firm supplying and maintaining a fleet of official vehicles as it has lost #8220;hundreds of millions of ringgit.#8221;

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More cars being deregistered

YET another record number of cars could be taken off the road this year.

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Japan blocks activists from islands

B>TOKYO:/BA long-running dispute over a remote group of islands controlled by Japan threatened to flare up yesterday after Japan's coast guard blocked an attempted landing on one of the islands by a group of Chinese activists.


High Court adjourns murder trial

The High Court in Ipoh on Monday adjourned the trial of three men accused of murdering American Carolyn Janice Ahmad in Sungai Siput in 1999 to allow the Deputy Public Prosecutor to obtain police reports lodged by the accused against the police for alleged assault.