Brunei


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Brunei Darussalam maintains an embassy in the United States at 3520 International Court, NW, Washington, DC 20008; tel.
Tony Wood, director of the Clean Energy Program for the Clinton Climate Initiative (under the Clinton Foundation), said that in regards to issues of infrastructure or policies Brunei might need to address to trade carbon, it was more of a learning curve.
Delegation members included Mr Daud Mahmud, Permanent Secretary, Minister of Education (Higher Education); Dr Zulkarnain Hanafi, Vice Chancellor, University of Brunei Darussalam; Dr Omar Khalid, Vice Chancellor, Institute of Technology Brunei Darussalam; Mr Abdul Aziz Hassan, Acting Assistant Director, Permanent Secretary Office; Ms.
EziPay eliminates these problems and gives our subscribers an automated payment collection and reconciliation tool" said Allan Riches, Managing Director, Brunei Bay Radio.
On the basis of the samples received in the study, the Brunei 2006 EV71 outbreak was caused by subgenogroup B5 virus.
It is understood Brunei are using a German firm, Lussen, to act as an agent in the sale of the ships.
They also met Brunei Britain Business Forum members to network and enhance understanding of how to succeed in the local market.
A Bruneian elite school is a secondary school in which the Brunei Ministry of Education has mandated the enrollment of either high academic achievers or students with the highest grades in the national elementary examination.
During his stay in the Brunei capital of Bandar Seri Begawan from Sunday night, Koizumi also held a trilateral meeting with the leaders of China and South Korea, the third such talks held on the sidelines of the two-day ASEAN-plus-three summit.
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo will pay visits to Brunei and Singapore next week, the Malacanang presidential palace said Friday.
The tiny oil-rich sultanate of Brunei is eyeing ecotourism as a means of diversifying its oil-based economy, aspiring to attract one million tourists to its uncrowded beaches and pristine rain forests in 2001, the country's top tourism official said Friday.
Brunei may be the closest thing to a fairy-tale kingdom in today's world.
Brunei regained its independence in 1984 after having been a
He was also stripped of his post as head of the nation's international investment arm, Brunei Investment Agency.
A former Miss USA and Miss California claims the Sultan of Brunei had her held captive on an island palace for 32 days in hopes of coercing her into all-night sex parties.