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» Anti-FTA Protest at US-Malaysia Talks
Online Publication Date:17 January 2008
The Coalition Against the Malaysia-US FTA held a symbolic protest outside the venue of the revived Malaysia-US FTA talks in Kuala Lumpur.
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» Malaysia-US FTA Talks Resumed
Online Publication Date:15 January 2008
The US and Malaysia resumed formal negotiations in Kuala Lumpur for a free trade agreement, nearly a year after talks came to a deadlock.
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» Malaysia-US FTA Talks to Resume on January 14
Online Publication Date:03 January 2008
Formal negotiations between Malaysia and the US on an FTA are scheduled to resume during the week of January 14 in Kuala Lumpur
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» US, Malaysia plan to resume trade talks early 2008
Online Publication Date:30 November 2007
The United States and Malaysia are planning to resume formal negotiations on a free trade agreement early next year, a U.S. trade official said.
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» US-Malaysia FTA to Conclude by 2008?
Online Publication Date:19 September 2007
The US aims to conclude discussions for an FTA with Malaysia by July 2008 and that a seventh round of talks could be held by the end of this year, according to news report below.
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» Thailand to Buy Plavix Generics from India
Online Publication Date:27 August 2007
The Thai government to import a generic version of the heart drug Plavix from India under compulsory license issued in January 2007
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» US Wants Rice to be Included in FTA with Malaysia
Online Publication Date:12 June 2007
The US said Malaysia must open its rice market to reach a free trade agreement.

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» CAP/SAM on GM Labelling and FTA
Online Publication Date:12 June 2007
THE Consumers’ Association of Penang and Sahabat Alam Malaysia laud the government's move to insist that the labelling of products containing genetically modified (GM) organisms will remain mandatory under the new Biosafety Bill, as US mounts pressure on Malaysia to do otherwise under the FTA.
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