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PETALING JAYA: Indonesia’s drastic move to attract investments by amending 79 laws in a single stroke recently, which include abolishing sectoral minimum wage and easing labour regulations, has raised questions on whether it would render Malaysia less attractive in the eyes of foreign investors compared to its neighbour.
LONDON: The outgoing boss of Pearson hailed the success on Wednesday of his lengthy and often painful battle to rebuild the education group for a digital generation after Covid-19 accelerated the switch to online learning.
No reason to slow efforts in promoting Malaysia as a second home (MM2H)
THE playbook for making sports teams more valuable is, in theory, quite straightforward: Invest adequately in the playing squad, improve commercial revenue with better stadiums and expanded merchandising, and bank on broadcasting rights becoming more expensive
TOKYO: Japan is considering creating a hub where financial firms can file regulatory paperwork in English as Tokyo aims to recruit banks and brokerages away from Hong Kong and other parts of the world, according to people familiar with the matter.
Six years ago Scotland voted by a 10-point margin to stay part of the UK. Yet the last nine consecutive opinion polls show the backing for leave as high as 58%, and averaging at 53%.
JACK Ma, the former English teacher who co-founded Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. with $60,000, is poised to become the world’s 11th richest person after Ant Group Co. priced shares for a record initial public offering.
PARIS: The French government promised on Sunday to support the nation's beloved independent shops that fear losing their business to international giants, such as Amazon.com Inc, as it sought to quell opposition to a new coronavirus lockdown.
HONG KONG: China’s shock suspension of Ant Group’s record US$35bil listing in a last-minute regulatory ambush looks set to hit the financial technology giant’s growth prospects and cut into its valuation.
SINGAPORE/HONG KONG/BEIJING: They say talk is cheap. Tell that to Jack Ma.