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TOKYO: A majority of Japanese firms want top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga to become the next prime minister as many see no need to change the status quo on stimulus policy at least until the coronavirus crisis ends, a Reuters poll found.
JEMPOL: Rapid-growing tree species like batai and eucalyptus will be encouraged in “community plantations” to ensure timber sustainability and a constant source of income for the B40 group. The plantations will also reduce dependence on permanent forests.
CINCALOK is an ingredient endemic to this region and is popular in a few Peranakan dishes in Penang and Melaka.
Malaysian author's sci-fi debut leads readers to a space mining outpost where political drama and murder awaits.
VIENTIANE, Aug 29 (Xinhua): Laos is likely to lose around US$483.3 million of its export revenue, or 8.4 percent, compared to 2019.
The annual UOB Painting Of The Year competition is now open to artists in Malaysia.
VIENNA, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China.
TOKYO: A third of Japanese firms are reassessing using offices after a sharp drop in their utilisation in August from a year ago, as 65% of firms allowed or encouraged employees to work from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, a monthly Reuters poll showed.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - The Office of the United Nations' High Commissioner for Human Rights confirmed on Saturday that it had sent a fact-finding team to Chile's restive Araucania region where a jailed indigenous Mapuche leader has spent more than 100 days on hunger strike over his detention during the coronavirus pandemic.
VIENTIANE, Aug 8 (Xinhua): The public debt of Laos may increase to as much as 65 to 68 per cent of GDP in 2020 following a sharp fall in national revenue collection alongside an increase in loans due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, according to a government official.