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May 4, 1994
CUE Network Corp. said it has agreed to form a joint venture company to provide international paging and global positioning services in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia. Other countries to be served by the new company, CUE Southeast Asia Partnership Ltd., include Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam. CUE's partner, a unit of a the Singapore trade union group National Trades Union Congress, operates that nation's first private radio station.
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BUSINESS
May 4, 1994
CUE Network Corp. said it has agreed to form a joint venture company to provide international paging and global positioning services in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia. Other countries to be served by the new company, CUE Southeast Asia Partnership Ltd., include Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam. CUE's partner, a unit of a the Singapore trade union group National Trades Union Congress, operates that nation's first private radio station.
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May 11, 1993 | CHRISTINE COURTNEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Satellite television's potential power first became clear to Daniel Ng, general manager for McDonald's in Hong Kong, when his teen-age daughter started spending hours watching Music Television, better known as MTV. "Young people often have very short attention spans, but MTV attracted my daughter and she continued to watch it for quite some time," Ng said. "Her interest convinced me that MTV was onto something, and that it was time for McDonald's to become a part of it."
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