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THE World Health Organisation (WHO) approved for emergency use a Covid-19 vaccine from China’s state-owned drugmaker Sinopharm, bolstering Beijing’s push for a bigger role in inoculating the world.
"During the days of Covid-19, we couldn’t get into classrooms to gain hands-on experience of working with equipment. We need to take a closer look at digitalisation - specifically, simulation models.
Local and foreign workers can now reach out to the Human Resources Minister via the app.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnam’s largest dairy producer Vinamilk owns a system of 13 high-end factories across the country, which all meet the strictest international standards, producing the main product lines of the dairy industry.
CHANGCHUN (Xinhua): A tourist was stranded on a glass-bottomed bridge on Friday (May 7) at a resort in northeast China's Jilin Province after it was damaged by a gale, raising public concerns over the safety of the growing number of glass bridges across the country.
BUTTERWORTH: The government has ensured that timber and other strategic commodity industries in the country practise only the best sustainable approach so that it will not harm the nation's forest reserves, says Datuk Dr Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali.
BEIJING (Global Times): The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday (May 7) approved the emergency use of the vaccine produced by Chinese firm Sinopharm. Observers said that Chinese vaccines are now "global public goods" in terms of standards, and more developing countries will have access to Chinese vaccines.
THE Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance (MCCG) was first introduced in 2000 and along with the changing corporate landscape and financial scandals that came along with it, both internationally and locally, the MCCG has evolved to ensure it remains relevant, realistic and adopts the best practices.
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