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  • noun the part of Malaysia that is on the island of Borneo

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Examples

  • Petronas said it signed a deal with Shell for two 30-year production-sharing contracts under which the companies will employ enhanced oil recovery methods at oilfields offshore Sarawak and Sabah states in East Malaysia.

    Petronas, Shell in $12 Billion Oilfield Development Deal

  • In East Malaysia there are several indigenous languages; most widely spoken are Iban and Kadazan

    Malaysia

  • Government Type: Constitutional monarchy with a bicameral Parliament consisting of a nonelected upper house and an elected lower house; all Peninsular Malaysian states have hereditary rulers (commonly referred to as sultans) except Melaka and Pulau Pinang (Penang); those two states along with Sabah and Sarawak in East Malaysia have governors appointed by government; powers of state governments are limited by federal constitution

    Malaysia

  • The short answer is that West Malaysia follows the time zone for East Malaysia, and Singapore follows West Malaysia.

    Time zone mystery

  • Those living in East Malaysia seek treatment in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore.

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

  • Sarawak is located in the northern part of Borneo Island and commonly referred to as East Malaysia.

    Borneo Dayak Cultural Festivals

  • Those living in East Malaysia seek treatment in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore.

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

  • Mulu is a World Heritage Site and a national park in Sarawak, East Malaysia, and it has been having a hard time recently because the airlines serving it don't seem able to get their act together, which is a real shame because it is a breathtaking spot...

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • In East Malaysia, people also speak several indigenous languages, most prominently Iban and Kadazan.

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

  • In East Malaysia, people also speak several indigenous languages, most prominently Iban and Kadazan.

    ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS

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