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PALM oil export are not affected as there has been no official decision by the Indian government on the trade boycott, says Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil trade is not affected as there has been no official decision by the Indian government on the palm oil trade boycott, said Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar inaugurated the first of seven new World Cup 2022 stadiums on Thursday, just weeks before a crucial FIFA summit will decide whether to expand the tournament and potentially push it beyond the tiny Gulf state's borders to accommodate a larger format.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One will be broadcast live and free-to-air in the Middle East and North Africa under a new five-year deal with MBC Group, the sport announced on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is roping in experts to step up its fight against Intellectual Property (IP) theft by pirate channel beoutQ that illegally broadcast last month's Asian Cup, the confederation said on Tuesday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar wants to attract more sports companies to the Gulf state, aiming to develop a $20 billion (15.51 billion pounds) sports sector ahead of the 2022 World Cup, a senior official said on Sunday.
DOHA (Reuters) - A group of sports bodies and broadcasters including the U.S. National Basketball Association, U.S. Tennis Association and Sky has called for the United States to add Saudi Arabia to its "priority watch list" over alleged TV piracy, filings show.
LONDON (Reuters) - Qatar-based beIN Sports said on Friday it had decided not to renew a contract for the rights to broadcast Formula One in the Middle East and North Africa as a consequence of piracy in the region.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Alberto Zaccheroni believes it will be much harder to win the Asian Cup this year than when he led Japan to their 2011 triumph but is confident his fast-improving United Arab Emirates side will get past Qatar in Tuesday's semi-final.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - United Arab Emirates sports chief Mohammed Khalfan al-Romaithi believes the Gulf nation would welcome an approach to co-host the 2022 World Cup if its deep political rift with Qatar is resolved.