ASEAN plans to implement a scorecard to monitor each member’s efforts to reduce trade barriers which have increased significantly and are hampering efforts to integrate the 10 economies.
TODAY is International Workers’ Day. It is the 45th time we are celebrating this auspicious day (better known in the country as Labour Day) since Malaysia began in 1972 to observe May 1 as a public holiday.
When Hollande goes, will his successor as French President remove the driving force behind the coalition preventing this West African nation from falling into anarchy?
The Opposition claim that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is stepping down could not be further from the truth. He is on attack mode and has switched up the we-can-win rhetoric.
There is no fast track to getting profits or income. Nothing can replace hard and honest work.
WHEN we learn something the hard way, the lesson sticks and we will not likely repeat the mistake. But sometimes, the price to pay is excessive and harsh, and we have to wonder if there are ways to avoid the unpleasant experience.
Selangor MB was a no-show at PAS muktamar but he sent a representative whose words of friendship were what PAS leaders wanted to hear.
Asean leaders are worried that the rest of Asia will be the first to be hit and suffer from the fallout from a potential nuclear war if the current tension in the Korean peninsula is not contained.
ASEAN still has a long way towards integrating its 10 economies due to a high number of trade barriers in the grouping.
A Shafie loyalist explains that the former Minister had to balance development within his own Semporna constituency with his duties at the national level.