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RTR3NB3
May 12, 1997
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad visits Perwaja Steel in Gurun May 12. The financially-troubled...
Malaysia
MALAYSIA PM MAHATHIR MOHAMAD VISITS PERJAWA STEEL COMPANY IN GURUN KEDAH
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad visits Perwaja Steel in Gurun May 12. The financially-troubled Perwaja is being restructured by a consortium of local companies led by Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd. Mahathir has previously said the steel project is essential for the country, and Perwaja may eventually have its stock listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

MALAYSIA MAHATHIR
RTRB8VG
February 10, 1998
A Malaysian Hindu devotee has his tongue skewered with a little steel spear in Perak, Malaysia February...
Malaysia
A DEVOTEE HAS HIS TONGUE SKEWERED WITH A LITTLE STEEL SPEAR IN PERAK
A Malaysian Hindu devotee has his tongue skewered with a little steel spear in Perak, Malaysia February 10 in a ritual of pain and penance that marks the Hindu festival of Thaipusam. Thaipusam, a centuries-old Hindu tradition amongst Hindus of Southern origin, is an annual affair in Malaysia and celebrated with more fervour here than in India.

MALAYSIA
RTRB8VS
February 10, 1998
A Malaysian Hindu devotee with his body pierced with hooks attached to a steel kavadi on his back takes...
Malaysia
A DEVOTEE CARRYING A STEEL KAVADI RESTS EN ROUTE TO A TEMPLE IN MALAYSIA
A Malaysian Hindu devotee with his body pierced with hooks attached to a steel kavadi on his back takes a rest as he walks barefoot to a temple in Perak, Malaysia February 10 in a ritual of pain and penance that marks the Hindu festival of Thaipusam. Thaipusam, a centuries-old Hindu tradition amongst Hindus of Southern origin ,is an annual affair in Malaysia and celebrated with more fervour here than in India.

MALAYSIA
MALAYSIA STEEL
RTRQLQX
July 22, 1999
President of opposition National Justice Party Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (R) reacts to questions while the...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
LEADERS OF MALAYSIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES TALK TO JOURNALISTS IN KUALA LUMPUR.
President of opposition National Justice Party Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (R) reacts to questions while the Secretary General of Democratic Action Party Lim Kit Siang gestures at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur July 22. Malaysian opposition leaders on Thursday urged the police to investigate a report implicating Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in a loss-making steel venture.

BM/TAN/AA
MALAYSIA PERWAJA ARREST
RTRCBUO
February 10, 2004
Former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel Eric Chia Eng Hock (R) is wheeled into the court house in Kuala...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
FORMER CHIEF OF STATE-OWNED PERWAJA STEEL ERIC CHIA IS WHEELED INTO THE COURT HOUSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel Eric Chia Eng Hock (R) is wheeled into the court house in Kuala Lumpur February 10, 2004. Chia was arrested on Monday for corruption, in the first such action against a high-profile businessman since Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi took power late in October. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/SH
MALAYSIA PERWAJA ARREST
RTRCBUV
February 10, 2004
FORMER CHIEF OF STATE-OWNED PERWAJA STEEL ERIC CHIA GESTURES AS HE IS WHEELED INTO THE COURT HOUSE IN...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
FORMER CHIEF OF STATE-OWNED PERWAJA STEEL ERIC CHIA GESTURES AS HE IS WHEELED INTO THE COURT HOUSE ......
FORMER CHIEF OF STATE-OWNED PERWAJA STEEL ERIC CHIA GESTURES AS HE IS WHEELED INTO THE COURT HOUSE IN KUALA LUMPUR. Former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel Eric Chia Eng Hock gestures as he is wheeled into the court house in Kuala Lumpur February 10, 2004. Chia was arrested on Monday for corruption, in the first such action against a high-profile businessman since Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi took power late in October. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim
MALAYSIA PERWAJA ARREST
RTRCBV3
February 10, 2004
Former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel Eric Chia Eng Hock is wheeled into the courthouse in Kuala...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
FORMER CHIEF OF STATE-OWNED PERWAJA STEEL ERIC CHIA IS WHEELED INTO THE COURTHOUSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel Eric Chia Eng Hock is wheeled into the courthouse in Kuala Lumpur February 10, 2004. Eric Chia was arrested on Monday for corruption, in the first such action against a high-profile businessman since Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi took power late in October. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/FA
MALAYSIA PERWAJA ARRESTED
RTRCBVH
February 10, 2004
Supporters of anti-corruption hold signs outside the court house in Kuala Lumpur February 10, 2004. Malaysia...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
SUPPORTERS OF ANTI-CORRUPTION HOLD SIGNS OUTSIDE THE COURT HOUSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Supporters of anti-corruption hold signs outside the court house in Kuala Lumpur February 10, 2004. Malaysia arrested a former chief of state-owned Perwaja Steel on Monday for corruption, in the first such action against a high-profile businessman since Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi took power late in October. The banner reads "support anti-corruption". REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/SH
STEEL MALAYSIA PERWAJA
RTR7WFN
August 02, 2004
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock is helped by aides upon arrival at courthouse in Kuala...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock is helped by aides upon arrival at courthouse in ...
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock is helped by aides upon arrival at courthouse in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock (C) is helped by his aides upon arrival at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur on August 2, 2004. The first court case under the new anti-corruption drive went on trial on Monday when Chia, 71, the former head of state-led Perwaja Steel, defended charges that he had "dishonestly authorised" a payment of 76.4 million ringgit ($20 million) in 1994. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
STEEL MALAYSIA PERWAJA
RTR7WGU
August 02, 2004
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock shows thumbs-up sign before entering courtroom in Kuala...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock shows thumbs-up sign before entering courtroom in ......
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock shows thumbs-up sign before entering courtroom in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock (L) shows a thumbs-up sign before entering a courtroom in Kuala Lumpur on August 2, 2004. The first court case under the new anti-corruption drive went on trial on Monday when Chia, 71, the former head of state-led Perwaja Steel, defended charges that he had "dishonestly authorised" a payment of 76.4 million ringgit ($20 million) in 1994. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
STEEL MALAYSIA PERWAJA
RTR7WHS
August 02, 2004
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock (C) is helped by his aides at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock is helped by aides at courthouse in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock (C) is helped by his aides at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur on August 2, 2004. The first court case under the new anti-corruption drive went on trial on Monday when Chia, 71, the former head of state-led Perwaja Steel, defended charges that he had "dishonestly authorised" a payment of 76.4 million ringgit ($20 million) in 1994. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad BM/CP
STEEL MALAYSIA PERWAJA
RTR7WJ5
August 02, 2004
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock arrives at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur on August 2,...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock arrives at courthouse in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian senior businessman Eric Chia Eng Hock arrives at a courthouse in Kuala Lumpur on August 2, 2004. The first court case under the new anti-corruption drive went on trial on Monday when Chia, 71, the former head of state-led Perwaja Steel, defended charges that he had "dishonestly authorised" a payment of 76.4 million ringgit ($20 million) in 1994. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad BM/CP
CUBA MALAYSIA
RTRGOPS
November 25, 2004
Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (L-front row) and Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage (R-front...
Havana, Cuba
Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at Jose Marti memorial.
Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (L-front row) and Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage (R-front row) stand together at Havana's Revolution Square, opposite a steel silhouette of Ernesto "Che" Guevara, November 25, 2004. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is in Cuba on an official two-day visit, and will see Havana's Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Center. Cuba has a joint venture in Malaysia producing interferon and hopes to increase business in this field. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/sv
QUAKE INDONESIA
RTR3XK6
March 04, 2005
An Acehnese worker gathers steel bars for resale from the ruins of the damaged houses in front of a mosque...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
An Acehnese worker gathers steel bars from the ruins of the damaged houses in Banda Aceh.
An Acehnese worker gathers steel bars for resale from the ruins of the damaged houses in front of a mosque in the village of Ulee Lheue in the tsunami-hit Indonesian provincial city of Banda Aceh March 4, 2005. The disaster left about 300,000 people dead or missing in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Maldives, Bangladesh and east Africa. Hundreds of thousands lost their homes. REUTERS/Supri SUPRI/AT
ASEAN
RTR1AUPT
December 12, 2005
Officials at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center replace security tape with steel barriers to restrict...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Officials at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center place steel barriers for ASEAN summit in Kuala Lumpur
Officials at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center replace security tape with steel barriers to restrict members of the media from entering restricted areas and approaching the heads of states and ministers during the 11th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur December 12, 2005. There were several incidents of local and foreign media entering restricted areas on Monday. Photo taken Decmeber 12, 2005. REUTERS/Beawiharta
ASEAN
RTR1AVBH
December 12, 2005
An official at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center places steel barrier to restrict members of the media...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Official at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center places steel barrier for ASEAN summit in Kuala Lumpur
An official at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center places steel barrier to restrict members of the media from entering restricted areas and approaching the heads of states and ministers during the 11th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur December 12, 2005. There were several incidents of local and foreign media entering restricted areas on Monday. Photo taken Decemeber 12, 2005. REUTERS/Beawiharta
ASEAN
RTR1AVOD
December 12, 2005
Officials at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center replace security tape with steel barriers to restrict...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Officials at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center place steel barriers for ASEAN summit in Kuala Lumpur
Officials at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center replace security tape with steel barriers to restrict members of the media from entering restricted areas and approaching heads of states and ministers during the 11th ASEAN Summit in Kuala Lumpur December 12, 2005. There were several incidents of local and foreign media entering restricted areas on Monday. Photo taken December 12, 2005. REUTERS/Beawiharta
MALAYSIA
RTR1933V
January 27, 2006
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
New giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur January 27, 2006. Fifteen sculptors from India took more than three years to build the 42.7 metre (140 ft) gold statue, with 1,550 cubic metres (54,738 cubic ft) of concrete, 250 tonnes of steel bars and 300 litres of paint. The two million ringgit ($530,000) statue will be launched on Sunday, local media reported. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
MALAYSIA
RTR193J6
January 27, 2006
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
New giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur January 27, 2006. Fifteen sculptors from India took more than three years to build the 42.7 metre (140 ft) gold statue, with 1,550 cubic metres (54,738 cubic ft) of concrete, 250 tonnes of steel bars and 300 litres of paint. The two million ringgit ($530,000) statue will be launched on Sunday, local media reported. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
MALAYSIA
RTR193JF
January 27, 2006
A Hindu devotee prays at the foot of the new giant statue of Lord Muruga at Malaysia's Batu Caves temple...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
Hindu devotee prays at foot of new giant statue of Lord Muruga at Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur...
A Hindu devotee prays at the foot of the new giant statue of Lord Muruga at Malaysia's Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur January 27, 2006. Fifteen sculptors from India took more than three years to build the 42.7 metre (140 ft) gold statue, with 1,550 cubic metres (54,738 cubic ft) of concrete, 250 tonnes of steel bars and 300 litres of paint. The two million ringgit ($530,000) statue will be launched on Sunday, local media reported. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
MALAYSIA
RTXO6XK
January 27, 2006
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kua.....
The new giant statue of Lord Muruga stands next to Malaysia's 272-step Batu Caves temple outside Kuala Lumpur January 27, 2006. Fifteen sculptors from India took more than three years to build the 42.7 metre (140 ft) gold statue, with 1,550 cubic metres (54,738 cubic ft) of concrete, 250 tonnes of steel bars and 300 litres of paint. The two million ringgit ($530,000) statue will be launched on Sunday, local media reported.
THAIPUSAM/MALAYSIA
RTR1LUSW
February 01, 2007
A Hindu devotee carries a "kavadi" during the Thaipusam festival in Kuala Lumpur Febuary 1, 2007. Thaipusam,...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Hindu devotee carries a "kavadi" during the Thaipusam festival in Kuala Lumpur
A Hindu devotee carries a "kavadi" during the Thaipusam festival in Kuala Lumpur Febuary 1, 2007. Thaipusam, named for the Tamil month of Thai, is celebrated in the 10th month of the Hindu calendar, and marks the triumph of good over evil. While still observed in parts of south India, the festival finds fervent adherents among the ethnic Indian minority in mostly-Muslim Malaysia, which numbers about eight percent of a population of roughly 26 million. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NAZ8
March 10, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Iain Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NAZ9
March 10, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf...
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NAZA
March 10, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia lines up a shot on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia lines up a shot on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Iain Steel of Malaysia lines up a shot on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NC9P
March 11, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Iain Steel of Malaysia hits an approach on the ninth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NCFA
March 11, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the final round of the...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the final round of the Singapore...
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the final round of the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 11, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/SINGAPORE
RTR1NCFE
March 11, 2007
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters...
Singapore, Singapore
Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf...
Iain Steel of Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole of the Masters course during the Singapore Masters golf tournament in Singapore March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
GOLF-EUROPEAN/CLASSIC
RTR1NHG8
March 15, 2007
Iain Steel from Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole during the TCL Classics golf tournament in Sanya...
Sanya, China
Iain Steel from Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole during the TCL Classics golf tournament in Sanya...
Iain Steel from Malaysia tees off on the eighth hole during the TCL Classics golf tournament in Sanya at China's Hainan province March 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
MALAYSIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1R5CB
June 26, 2007
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures as he sits in his car...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures as he sits in his car...
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures as he sits in his car before leaving the courthouse in Kuala Lumpur June 26, 2007. A Malaysian court dismissed corruption charges against 74-year-old Chia on Tuesday, setting free one of the few high-profile figures to have been netted in a 3-1/2-year anti-graft drive. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1R5CT
June 26, 2007
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures to journalists as he...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel Chia gestures to journalists as he leaves the courtroom...
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures to journalists as he leaves the courtroom in Kuala Lumpur June 26, 2007. A Malaysian court dismissed corruption charges against 74-year-old Chia on Tuesday, setting free one of the few high-profile figures to have been netted in a 3-1/2-year anti-graft drive. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1R5D0
June 26, 2007
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, speaks to journalists as he...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel Chia speaks to journalists as he leaves a courtroom...
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, speaks to journalists as he leaves a courtroom in Kuala Lumpur June 26, 2007. A Malaysian court dismissed corruption charges against Chia on Tuesday, setting free one of the few high-profile figures to have been netted in a 3-1/2-year anti-graft drive. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1R5D5
June 26, 2007
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures to photographers as...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel chia gestures to photographers as he leaves the courtroom...
Eric Chia Eng Hock, former head of Malaysia's state-owned Perwaja Steel, gestures to photographers as he leaves the courtroom in Kuala Lumpur June 26, 2007. A Malaysian court dismissed corruption charges against Chia on Tuesday, setting free one of the few high-profile figures to have been netted in a 3-1/2-year anti-graft drive. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA-POISONING/OIL
RTX6X9C2
May 31, 2019
Steel wire recovered after the pyrolysis process of used tyres is seen at a unit in Jokhabad industrial...
JOKHABAD, India
Steel wire recovered after the pyrolysis process of used tyres is seen at a unit in Jokhabad
Steel wire recovered after the pyrolysis process of used tyres is seen at a unit in Jokhabad industrial area in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India May 9, 2019. Picture taken May 9, 2019. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
ASIA-WASTE/TYRES
RTS2RO1A
October 18, 2019
A worker moves a bale of tyres past steel wires and bags of char at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai,...
Kulai, Malaysia
A worker moves a bale of tyres past steel wires and bags of char at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai
A worker moves a bale of tyres past steel wires and bags of char at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai, Johor, Malaysia August 7, 2019. Picture taken August 7, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su
ASIA-WASTE/TYRES
RTS2RO1P
October 18, 2019
A worker passes steel wires and a tyre at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai, Johor, Malaysia August 7,...
Kulai, Malaysia
A worker passes steel wires and a tyre at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai
A worker passes steel wires and a tyre at a tyre pyrolysis plant in Kulai, Johor, Malaysia August 7, 2019. Picture taken August 7, 2019. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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