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2013-12-10 23:23:57

After performing an in-depth cost analysis, Northport finds IceWarp cost 19% of what it would have otherwise spent to connect a widely dispersed mobile workforce. Springfield,

2008-08-11 00:00:24

By Ooi Tee Ching AMERICAN agribusiness giant Cargill Inc, which owns palm oil refineries in Kuantan and Port Klang, is keen on buying into cocoa and specialty fats businesses in Malaysia.

2007-10-01 00:00:15

DANUM 68, a 390-twenty equivalent unit (TEU) container ship, one of the largest of its kind to be made in Malaysia made its maiden voyage to Northport, Port Klang, recently.

2005-08-13 00:59:05

By Jalil Hamid KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia lifted a state of emergency in two areas near the capital on Saturday after air pollution levels fell well below the danger mark, easing the country's worst pollution crisis in eight years.

2005-08-12 23:26:46

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia on Saturday lifted a state of emergency in two areas near the capital after air pollution levels fell below the danger mark, state media said, as the country's worst pollution crisis in eight years eased.

2005-08-12 03:17:26

By Bazuki Muhammad and Ade Rina PORT KLANG, Malaysia/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Malaysians prayed for rain on Friday and a quick end to the country's worst pollution crisis in eight years as residents choked on acrid forest-fire smoke blowing in from neighboring Indonesia.

2005-08-11 22:27:11

By Jahabar Sadiq PORT KLANG, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysia's worst pollution crisis in eight years appeared to ease on Friday, a week after large parts of the country began choking on thick forest-fire smoke blowing across from neighboring Indonesia.

2005-08-11 13:31:59

By Bazuki Muhammad PORT KLANG, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysia declared an emergency near its capital on Thursday as acrid haze from Indonesian forest fires drove air pollution readings into the danger zone, forcing a brief closure of its biggest port.

2005-08-11 06:49:28

By Bazuki Muhammad PORT KLANG, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysia declared an emergency near its capital on Thursday as acrid haze from Indonesian forest fires drove air pollution readings into the danger zone, forcing a brief closure of its biggest port.