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Dialogue key to moving forward

BENEATH Kuala Lumpur’s modern-day hum of energy as it pushes towards urban sustainability, a number of inconsistencies continue to surface in plans for its development.


TNB completes renewable energy portfolio in UK

National power company buys two wind farms


Treasury Pulse

THE dollar’s performance this week revolved around Powell’s view on the number of rate hikes necessary in 2018 to prevent the economy from overheating.

AseanPlus News

‘Super rich’ legislators get richer

Beijing: The Chinese Communist Party’s annual legislative session will count more than 150 “super rich” members whose total net worth has soared to US$650bil (RM2.5bil), or double Ireland’s annual GDP, a report showed.

Community Sports

Slick City in cruise mode

THE precision and ruthlessness with which Manchester City tore Arsenal apart with identical 3-0 defeats in the space of four days, underscored the progression of Pep Guardiola’s squad to becoming a genuine global brand.


Anti-Putin protests after election could get violent, opposition warns

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Protests against Vladimir Putin after his expected re-election as president this month could descend into street clashes if police crack down too hard on demonstrators, a senior opposition politician said.


Factbox - Italian stocks sensitive to election outcome

(Reuters) - Investors in Italian stocks are bracing for a possible bout of volatility on Monday, when markets face the outcome of Sunday's parliamentary election.


Philippines, EU say aid, joint projects intact, despite Duterte's ire

MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines and the European Union said on Friday they were still working together on development projects, despite President Rodrigo Duterte's rebukes of the bloc and declarations he would not accept its aid.


Snap’s volatile first public year leaves staff deflated

On Feb 28, Snap Inc sent employees a survey asking a broad set of questions to understand what they’re happy about, what they want to improve, and what they want to say, anonymously, one year after the company’s initial public offering. The answers will be complicated.


iPhone X was supposed to start OLED boom. It’s not working

A bright future lies ahead for OLED. When that starts, and how long it lasts, is less clear.