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English-lingo format nixed by Malaysia

The information ministry has rejected a request by City Television, operator of second private web Metro Vision, to use English as its preferred mode of communication.

Information minister Dato Mohamed Rahmat said the request was in violation of government regs stating that TV stations employ 60% Bahasa Melayu and 40% other languages.

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    The information ministry has rejected a request by City Television, operator of second private web Metro Vision, to use English as its preferred mode of communication. Information minister Dato Mohamed Rahmat said the request was in violation of government regs stating that TV stations employ 60% Bahasa Melayu and 40% other languages.

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