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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Say you are a company producing mutton curry in Singapore. With the newly-signed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade pact, you can buy ingredients such as mutton and curry paste from 14 other countries and still have the final can or packet dish count as being made in Singapore
While the "Black Lives Matter" movement fuels debate and change in the fashion worlds of the West, Asia's beauty and body expectations remain dominated by an ideal that is pale, thin, and unrepresentative of the region.
The US and China are jostling to dominate advanced technologies, from 5G to quantum computing and AI. China filed more than 110,000 artificial intelligence patent applications last year.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): The office may never reach its past heights in the post-pandemic world but the outlook for Singapore and Hong Kong offices is promising.
Unions representing tens of thousands of Amazon.com Inc employees are planning walkouts and other action as the year’s busiest shopping season begins this week, in protest at the e-commerce giant’s handling of everything from sick pay and Covid-19 precautions to user privacy.
China Daily contributor Huang Yongming writes that despite the short-term slowdown due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the rising economic graph of the Hubei province in Central China is not likely to change as it enjoys some unique advantages.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd posted a strong set of financial results in the third quarter ended Sept 30,2020 as its revenue jumped over 740% to RM183.73mil from RM21.86mil a year ago.
From TAN SRI DR JEMILAH MAHMOOD, Special advisor on public health to the Malaysian Prime Minister
Venezuela has resumed direct shipments of oil to China after U.S. sanctions sent the trade underground for more than a year, according to Refinitiv Eikon vessel-tracking data and internal documents from state company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA).
BEIJING, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- China has been giving full play to intellectual property rights (IPR) in helping targeted poverty alleviation, an official said Thursday.