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SELF-TAUGHT techniques and skills in planting grapes have made it possible for premium grapes found in countries with four seasons to be planted in Kedah.
PETALING JAYA: Can promising youngsters Jacky Kok and Ong Ken Yon be groomed into world-beaters?
‘International price shocks’ likely to be biggest threat to nation’s GDP, but 8 per cent year-on-year growth still possible, according to study by Chinese and American teamsCoal, ore, metal, electricity, gas and food producers expected to see the value of their output fall by between 2.8 and 5.4 per cent, paper says
KUALA LUMPUR: Components manufacturing group, Techfast Holdings Bhd is proposing to diversify into the trading of petroleum products, oil bunkering and other related businesses.
China’s leaders are expected to use the plenary meetings of the legislature and its top political advisory body to tout achievements and ‘boost people’s confidence’The annual gathering of high-ranking party delegates will also provide details on new economic targets for the next five years and China’s 2035 vision
China-European Union (EU) Geographical Indications (GIs) Agreement took effect on Monday (March 1), injecting a dose of stimulus into bilateral trade, and marking another milestone in cooperation between China and the EU.
It seems impossible at first to imagine a comeback for the corset in modern times, but the garment hailing from European courts of the Middle Ages is making a comeback in forms that exalt the body without constraining it.
From WeChat to Clubhouse: Xiaomi turns messaging app into social audio platform after shutting it down
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi overhauled its defunct messaging app MiTalk, turning it into an invite-only audio chat platform for professionals. Since Clubhouse was banned in China, several similar apps have been vying to take its place, including Dizhua, Tiya and Two, backed by billionaire Justin Sun.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea's factory activity expanded at its fastest pace in nearly 11 years in February, a private survey showed on Tuesday (March 2), as the strongest growth in over a decade in production and new orders drove the recovery in the manufacturing-heavy economy.