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China drafts new nuclear energy law, focus on international market

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will provide more support for its nuclear firms to go overseas and strengthen their position on the international market, according to new draft legislation submitted to the industry for consultation on Friday.

Mi Equipment positive on the sector despite US-China trade war

Despite the growing uncertainties in the global economy, especially given the escalating trade war between China and the US, Mi Equipment Holdings Bhd remains optimistic on the prospects of the semiconductor industry.

Oh: Consumers will continue to buy gadgets and they can easily switch between brands.

A boost for our democratic process

IT looks like 18-year-old Malaysians will finally be allowed to vote by the next general election.

British varsity funded by M’sian bank in Vietnam opens doors

EXPORT-Import Bank of Malaysia (Exim Bank) witnessed the official opening ceremony of British University Vietnam (BUV) Ecopark Campus which the bank financed under its Overseas Project Financing Facility.

‘Consider subject rankings of foreign varsities’

PETALING JAYA: The group which petitioned the government to sponsor their overseas studies are happy that the government has stepped in, but called for adjustments in the way foreign universities were considered for scholarship awards.

Know where you stand to get where you want to be

Learning from Pakatan government’s financial management challenges

Man poses as woman, blindfolds 80 straight men, tricks them into gay sex and films them

A South Florida man who cross-dressed as a woman and taped himself having sex with at least 80 unsuspecting straight men to produce internet porn videos pleaded guilty Thursday (Sept 20) in Miami federal court.


Bryan Deneumostier as his real self (left) and in his disguise as a woman (right). - Photos from Miami-Dade Police and Twitter

Smith, Warner to mentor team mates on club return

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Banned Australian duo Steve Smith and David Warner will look to share their wealth of experience with budding cricketers when they make their highly anticipated return to club cricket in Sydney on Saturday.

Tui missing from Wallabies squad after family death, fan altercation

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Loose forward Lukhan Tui was a noticeable absentee from the Wallabies squad to face South Africa and Argentina in the final two rounds of the Rugby Championship.

Abenomics rules the day

Japanese PM charts country’s economic recovery

While Abe doesn’t want to say it too loudly, given sensitivities with the US, the weaker yen that’s accompanied the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) stimulus has been a huge benefit for the nation’s international competitiveness.