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WHILE the Covid-19 pandemic sent shockwaves across the globe, these unprecedented times, despite its darkest moments, have inspired people to come together. We witnessed acts of kindness that warmed our hearts as individuals and corporates measured up to actively support communities in need.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has delivered the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import cargoes to Myanmar, the company said, marking a new consumer for the super-chilled fuel.
KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE: Petronas has delivered the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import cargoes to Myanmar, the company said on Thursday, marking a new consumer for the super-chilled fuel.
YANGON: About one million people may lose their jobs in Myanmar’s fisheries industry, with almost all exports ceasing since February as the spread of Covid-19 prompted major buyers, led by China and the United States, to halt orders.
KENT Chua, 34, has learned many lessons in the last 10 years. And each lesson has served as a stepping stone for the next phase of Rhombus Connexion Sdn Bhd’s growth.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite a dismal first quarter, FGV Holdings Bhd is looking forward to a better second half of 2020 with a pick up in both fresh fruit bunch (FFB) production and overall performance.
BANGKOK: A researcher leading Thailand's push to manufacture a coronavirus vaccine says its aim is to make it cost-effective and accessible to Southeast Asia, and play a part in preventing a supply shortage globally.
VENEER Mark Sdn Bhd has seen solid progress over the years with consistent double-digit growth year-on-year since it started life as a manufacturer of laminated boards and plywood for fancy veneer in 2007.
YANGON/DHAKA/BANGKOK: Zarchi Lwin pawned her only two gold bangles for US$140 when the owner of the Myanmar factory where she sewed winter coats for British retailer Next Plc shut it down after orders dried up due to the coronavirus.
BANGKOK: Lockdowns to contain the novel coronavirus in Asia have made farmers and indigenous people more vulnerable to losing their land, according to land rights activists who are backing new technologies to help track the growing number of conflicts.