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Ship-breaking booms in Pakistan on low ship costs – Steel Business Briefing (subscription)

Ship-breaking booms in Pakistan on low ship costs
Steel Business Briefing (subscription), UK
Scrap prices in Pakistan are currently around PKR 40000/t for re-rollable scrap and PKR 28000/t for melting scrap. Import prices are ranging around $270-275/ldt for ships for scrapping, $360/t for re-rollable scrap, $260/t for HMS 1&2 80:20 and
Pakistan may raise import duties on long products Steel Business Briefing (subscription)
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PKR holds emergency meeting – Straits Times


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PKR holds emergency meeting
Straits Times, Singapore
By Carolyn Hong, Malaysian Bureau Chief IPOH – IN A carpark 200m away from the state secretariat building, Perak's Pakatan Rakyat (PR) assemblymen successfully held an emergency sitting of the state assembly on Tuesday morning.
Perak drama: Two suits filed Malaysia Star
Zambry Seeks Court Order To Lift Suspensions Bernama
Perak Assembly calls for dissolution, polls (updated) Malaysia Star
Bernama – Malaysia Star
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Ali Rustam blames PAS and PKR for confusing people – The Sun Daily


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Ali Rustam blames PAS and PKR for confusing people
The Sun Daily, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR (March 2, 2009) : Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam(pix) said today that Pas and PKR (Parti Keadilan Rakyat) should be blamed for disrespecting the Malay rulers, the rights of Malay and for creating confusion among Malaysians
Rustam rejects unity govt call from ‘flip-flop’ Pas The Malaysian Insider
Pas no longer the bogeyman — The Malaysian Insider The Malaysian Insider
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Ministry told to go for shorter submarine deal – New Straits Times

Ministry told to go for shorter submarine deal
New Straits Times, Malaysia
He told Tian Chua (PKR-Batu) that the service was an important aspect of operations as it would provide confidence to submariners. He told William Leong (PKR-Selayang) that Target Resources had a foreign partner that would provide the expertise.
Company’s offer rejected Malaysia Star
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PTCL moves to profit in fiscal Q2 Monday 2 March 2009 | 02:16 PM CET – Telecompaper

PTCL moves to profit in fiscal Q2 Monday 2 March 2009 | 02:16 PM CET
Telecompaper, Netherlands
Pakistan operator PTCL reported a net profit of PKR 2.14 billion for the fiscal second quarter to December, reversing a loss of PKR 12.56 billion a year earlier. Revenues still fell, to PKR 14.52 billion from PKR 15.99 billion, and operating profit

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