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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Top telecoms executives called for a total overhaul of Europe's regulatory framework on Monday, using the platform of the Mobile World Congress to amplify their demands for unified oversight across the 27-nation bloc.
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KOTA KINABALU: A photo purportedly showing Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin at a dining table with what looks like turtle eggs is being circulated on social media.
PETALING JAYA: The average selling prices (ASPs) for gloves are expected to stay above pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels although they may trend lower as the urgency for the product subsides amid global vaccination programmes.
KOTA KINABALU: Conservationists in Sabah are calling for an investigation and action to be taken against the alleged sales of protected shark species in a seafood restaurant in the city.
PETALING JAYA: One of the biggest mergers in South-East Asia’s telecoms industry is in the works between Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi.com Bhd. But will it really help spur more competition for better customer experience or stifle it since the enlarged entity will control nearly 50% of the mobile subscriber market share.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore, with its unique place in the world in its understanding of both Western and Eastern cultures, can play a key role in helping countries navigate tensions between the United States and China, a former Japanese politician has said.
HONG KONG (Reuters): China is poised to unveil a much tougher than anticipated crackdown on the country's US$120 billion private tutoring industry, four sources told Reuters, including trial bans on vacation tutoring and restrictions on advertising.
CHINA Evergrande Group’s favored tactic to squeeze bearish speculators is to repurchase shares, mopping up liquidity in the stock and driving up its price.
Social media bans by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have dramatically reduced the reach of extreme right figures like Hill, disrupting their ability to plan and recruit new members, according to experts who monitor domestic extremism.