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PARIS (Reuters) - A European-led naval mission in the Straits of Hormuz - a vital shipping route for world transport that has been impacted by military tensions in the Middle East - has won more political support from countries, said the French government on Monday.
PENANG: Malaysia has sent back 150 containers of plastic waste to 13 mainly rich countries since the third quarter last year, with the environment minster warning on Monday (Jan 20) that those who want to make the country a rubbish bin of the world can "dream on.”
BUTTERWORTH (AFP): Malaysia has sent back 150 shipping containers of plastic waste to mostly wealthier nations, saying it would not be the world’s “garbage dump”.
LONDON (Reuters) - At least $1 trillion (769 billion pounds) of investment in new fuel technology is needed to enable the shipping industry to meet U.N. targets for cuts in carbon emissions by 2050, a study published on Monday showed.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd's (Petronas) subsidiary will supply liquified natural gas (LNG) to Shenergy Group Company Ltd under a proposed 12-year contract which includes collaboration to build vessels to deliver the cargo.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): The under construction Laos-China railway is the biggest development project taking place in Laos and is a part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
By Dr Rais Hussin.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Foreign powers agreed at a summit in Berlin on Sunday to shore up a shaky truce in Libya, but the meeting was overshadowed by blockades of oilfields by forces loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar that could cripple the country's crude production.
MALAYSIA has the potential to become the next Asean logistics hub, but the vision can only be realised with a strong pool of local talents to support a collective move among industry players to create a robust logistics ecosystem.
BACK in the early 2000s, the thought of running his family’s prefabricated container business did not really cross James Yeoh Chor Guan’s mind. The UK-educated mechanical engineer was, after all, working with one of the world’s largest consultancy firms in Singapore. The perks were good and so was the prestige.