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Stocks extend decline as trade woes batter sentiment(Update)

TOKYO: Global stocks extended their slump on Monday, with U.S. equity futures and Asian shares sliding on worries over slowing growth and fears that a fresh flare-up in tensions between Washington and Beijing could quash chances of a trade deal

Clan villages brimming with folktales

IN ORDER to share the rich heritage of the Penang clan jetties in Weld Quay with the outside world, a fifth generation resident in Chew Jetty has willingly converted her wooden house on stilts into an auditorium.

Johor plans to develop more tourism products

JOHOR BARU: The state government hopes to develop more tourism products in Johor to dispel the perception that it is a “pass-by state” among its foreign visitors, especially Singaporeans.

China’s factory prices up at 13-month slowest pace

BEIJING: China’s factory prices rose in November at their slowest pace since October 2016 as domestic demand lost further momentum, piling pressure on policymakers to unveil more measures to support the economy.

Laying a solid base

LAMINATE flooring has come a long way from the cheap, synthetic product it once was. While the types and quality of some of the laminate flooring out there are still less than eco-friendly, it is clear that they are now part and parcel of the trend in modern living.

Indian national on Interpol’s Red Notice is ‘money man’

PETALING JAYA: A suspect, who is the subject of Malaysia’s first Interpol’s Red Notice for wildlife crime, was the “money man” behind a consignment of over 1,000 Indian star tortoises worth RM600,000 seized by Perhilitan in July 2016.

Quack doctor may have accelerated woman’s death

PETALING JAYA: The family of a deceased cancer patient has lodged a complaint with the Health Ministry about a fake doctor after her body turned green from a cocktail of supplements, including chlorophyll water, prescribed by the “doctor”.

Call for stricter rules on herbal goods

PETALING JAYA: Natural product researchers are urging the Health Ministry to review regulations on herbal and traditional products, saying that the current laws governing quality, safety and efficacy are inadequate.

Eliza Sam expecting baby

ELIZA Sam, the Vancouver-born Hong Kong actress, is expecting her first child.

Chennai airport’s glass-panelled roof crashes down – again

FOUR large glass panels from the roof of the Chennai International Airport came crashing down for the 83rd time since it was renovated in 2013, Makkal Osai reported.