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BEIJING: China has unveiled a wide-ranging plan to phase out non-degradable plastic products in major consumption sectors, vowing to effectively curb plastic pollution in major cities in five years.
LANGKAWI (Bernama): The concept of Malaysia Incorporated (Malaysia Inc), which integrates the private and public sectors into one common objective, is now more important than ever to achieve the country’s big and ambitious goals, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
LANGKAWI (Bernama): Malaysia is on track to commercially roll out 5G technology in the third quarter of 2020, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
BEIJING: China on Sunday (Jan 18) announced an ambitious plan to ban or significantly reduce the production and use of environmentally-unfriendly plastic products in the next five years to contain pollution.
KUALA LUMPUR: It’s hard being a liberal these days. The world seems to want to go in the opposite direction. Authoritarianism is on the rise in China, mercantilism in the US, populism everywhere from Brazil to the Philippines and South-East Asia, and an oxymoronic "illiberal democracy” in Hungary and Poland.
Binan: Ash spewed by a Philippine volcano is being mixed with plastic waste to make bricks in an inventive response to the country’s persistent problems of pollution and frequent natural disasters.
SINGAPORE: Terrorism financing schemes using cryptocurrencies are growing in sophistication, according to researcher Chainalysis Inc., which helps law enforcement track digital-coin transactions.
BINAN: Ash spewed by a Philippine volcano is being mixed with plastic waste to make bricks in an inventive response to the country's persistent problems of pollution and frequent natural disasters. The Taal volcano burst into life nearly a week ago, sending towering dust columns into the sky and leaving nearby Binan city coated in fine grey powder.
BACK in the early 2000s, the thought of running his family’s prefabricated container business did not really cross James Yeoh Chor Guan’s mind. The UK-educated mechanical engineer was, after all, working with one of the world’s largest consultancy firms in Singapore. The perks were good and so was the prestige.
A letter from KOO WEE HON, Petaling Jaya.