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A TYPHOON is set to hit the Philippines on the opening day of the 30th SEA Games on Sunday, adding more headache to the organisers.
BEFORE the StarSport team landed in the Philippines, there have been some chaotic incidences which led to the question whether the hosts are capable of staging the biggest sports event in the region.
THEY were only small-time traders at night markets in Sitiawan, Perak, but today they own a wholesale supermarket chain in the northern region under the brand “Ayam Ory”.
WHILE next year is bound to be a challenging one, especially amid the synchronised slowdown, there are still opportunities to be had, says Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie.
JOHOR BARU: The biggest food court in Johor plans to donate a portion of its profits to charity once it starts operations and turns a profit.
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Islamic Bank Bhd has allocated RM100 million financial support for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) looking to grow their business in the global halal market.
PETALING JAYA: Despite the ridicule, Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Sri Redzuan Yusof says he has no problem with being labelled “minister of flying cars”
MANILA (Reuters) - Soccer players sleeping on the floor or stranded at the airport, transport hiccups and handwritten fixture lists, not enough drinking water and food unfit for athletes - the Philippines' hosting of the Southeast Asian Games is off to a chaotic start.
JAKARTA, Nov 26 (Jakarta Post/ANN) - As home to the world’s largest Muslim population, Indonesia has tried to ensure all its products are certified halal, but a recent brouhaha about restrictions on Christmas greetings on cakes has sparked debate about the government’s ability to manage halal certification and has highlighted places where it may go wrong.
SACHEON: Malaysia is interested in South Korea’s progress and developments in the aerospace industry, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.