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More reindeer rides than racing cars for Ferrari's Schumi

Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has been spending the Christmas and New Year holidays far from the motor racing circuits as he mulls his goals for 2003.

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Chao Group strategy lies in disciplined investment, sustained growth

THROUGHOUT its history, the Chao International Group, led by founder Datuk T.T. Chao has aimed for disciplined and sustained growth, coupled with strong customer focus and long-term profitability.

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Sri Lankan peace talks set to resume in Thailand

Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebel delegates arrived in Thailand yesterday to take part in what could be the most crucial round of peace talks since negotiations started four months ago.

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Finnish warm up for Harris’ boys

The national football teams have a hectic schedule with three major tournaments lined up for them this year and they will start their preparations with two friendly matches against Finland at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil at the end of the month.

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Tense round of Sri Lankan talks kicks off

BANGKOK: The Sri Lanka government and Tamil Tiger rebels kicked off what was expected to be a tense round of peace talks yesterday, with the process clouded by an army call to the rebels to surrender weapons.

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Opec output may rise by up to 2mil bpd

Top producer Saudi Arabia and other members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) are reportedly set to increase oil output by up to two million barrels per day (bpd) to cool blistering prices that are threatening the world economy.

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Nigeria in five-nation bid for 2010 World Cup

Nigeria, one of six African countries to officially register an interest in staging the 2010 World Cup Finals, said on Monday they were heading up a joint-bid involving four of their West African neighbours.

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Norway trying to bring Tigers back to peace talks

B>NAKHON PATHOM (Thailand)/B>: Peace broker Norway moved to bring Tamil Tiger rebels back on board yesterday, a day after they walked out of a panel responsible for winding down Sri Lanka#8217;s separatist war, officials said.

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Car up for grabs for hole-in-one feat

Professional golfers who score a hole-in-one at any par three in the Kosaido Malaysian Open women's tournament, which will held at Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah from Jan 23-25, stand to win a car.

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Art for all

VICTOR CHIN writes about a unique experience when he participated in a programme that introduces disabled young people to the arts.