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KUCHING: The Sarawak government may open a trade office in Thailand, if there is sufficient trade volume to do so, says Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
KOTA KINABALU: The Race for Water (R4W), the world's largest solar catamaran, has dropped anchor in Sabah and will engage with the locals on the issue of marine plastic pollution.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan braced for Typhoon Bailu on Friday, prompting cancellations of domestic flights amid warnings of floods and high seas on the island.
Social media users are fuelling a burgeoning appetite for acquiring wild otters and other endangered animals as pets, conservationists say, warning the trend could push species towards extinction.
THE policy torpor in Bangkok is over. After sitting out interest-rate cuts and growth warnings that have swept both the developed world and emerging markets for most of the year, Thai authorities are getting anxious. If this unlikely haven, which lit the fuse of the Asian crisis two decades ago, is now fretting, everyone should be concerned.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment research has downgraded N2N Connect Bhd to hold from buy with a reduced fair value of 70 sen a share from 73 sen previously, as it slashed FY19F-FY21F forecasts by 14-15%.
Global companies are rushing to seek alternative bases, only to find even promising countries like Vietnam don’t match up
ALOR SETAR: The Indonesian husband and wife suicide bombers, who killed 23 people in the Jolo cathedral bombing in January, used Sabah as a transit point to slip into southern Philippines.