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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia recorded a 19.9% decline in occupational accidents in 2020 as the government imposed restrictions and closures on economic activities to curb the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, the Statistics Department said.
The writer Ali Wahyu Imanullah says that Indonesia needs to adopt a fact-based approach to policy-making to realise its regional tech ambitions.
MADRID (Reuters) - Telefonica expects to cut its debt by 200 million euros ($169 million) following the sale of a controlling stake in its optic fibre network in Colombia to buyout fund KKR, the Spanish telecom operator said on Saturday.
IN a digital age where smart devices and applications have become necessities in the lives of many, there have been growing concerns on data privacy and protection.
Guangdong province lays out Greater Bay Area data plans amid Beijing’s increasing scrutiny of data security and efforts to speed economic digitalisationLack of clarity on legal framework for data trading is hampering overall big data efforts though, experts say
AUGUST 15, 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of United States President Richard Nixon delinking the US dollar from gold. Instead of a crisis, the ensuing half century marked the pre-eminence of the US financial system to global dominance.
The writer James Lambert says that artificial intelligence is a universal economic opportunity that all Asian countries can pursue.
ISKANDAR Regional Development Authority (Irda) is looking at new strategies to attract domestic and foreign investors during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
BECOMING an excellent tech player is arguably the ambition of every country in the region, if not the world, and Indonesia is no different. Yet in order to achieve this status, a country is required to have both physical (ie tech infrastructure and ecosystems) and behavioral (ie collaboration and data-driven mindsets) aspects running in every single element of life.