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PORT KLANG: The Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) is taking large strides and has made great progress in 2017.
BEIJING: Didi Chuxing, the ride-hailing giant that vanquished Uber Technologies Inc in China, is turning to franchising in Taiwan as it expands its business beyond the mainland.
PHNOM PENH: Ride-hailing firm Grab on Tuesday said it has launched services in Cambodia, expanding its presence to an eighth country in Southeast Asia where it is the biggest rival of Uber Technologies Inc.
Total cost of terminal expected to run into tens of billions of dollars
TOKYO: Mitsubishi Materials Corp saw its stock fall as much as 11% on Friday after it said three subsidiaries had falsified product data, marking the latest in a series of quality assurance scandals involving Japanese manufacturers.
TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co Ltd resumed on Tuesday most of the domestic car production that had been suspended in the wake of a scandal over uncertified technicians signing off on final inspections for decades.
THE End of Life Vehicle (ELV) policy, which was scrapped following a huge backlash some years back, looks set to make a comeback to meet long-term sustainability in auto demand, as well as road safety.
AMSTERDAM: Authorities in the Netherlands tried on Tuesday to defuse a threat by Moscow to close Russian air space to Dutch planes in a dispute over landing slots at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport