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BUTTERWORTH: The property market outlook in mainland Penang is likely to be bullish in the second half of this year, boosted by rising activities from the new Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah Bridge, a property consultant said today.
MALACCA will be adding another feather in its tourism cap when a premier outlet, Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Village, starts offering a variety of designer brands and fashion items next year.
PATNA, India: Old enough to vote for the first time, student Sheeba Shamim, the daughter of a middle class family, and young construction workers sweating on a nearby building site are impatient for a government in India that delivers jobs and hope for the future.
LONDON/ZURICH: Biotech fever is spreading to Europe from the United States with a successful stock market debut for a cat allergy company in Britain seen as a bellwether that could help unlock listings in other countries including Switzerland and France.
WASHINGTON: US aerospace and aviation industry leaders warned lawmakers on Thursday that a coming wave of retirements in an aging workforce could hurt both sectors and create safety issues unless the government helps more young people qualify for those jobs.
BEIJING: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang warned on Thursday that the economy faces "severe challenges" in 2014 - comments that came as weak data fanned speculation the central bank would relax monetary policy to support stuttering growth.
NEW YORK: Scientists have moved a step closer to the goal of creating stem cells perfectly matched to a patient's DNA in order to treat diseases, they announced on Thursday, creating patient-specific cell lines out of the skin cells of two adult men.
WASHINGTON: US Supreme Court justices grilled a lawyer for Coca-Cola Co on Monday, asking why a juice label touting the presence of pomegranates and blueberries should not be considered misleading if the drink contained just a trace of the fruits.