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PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) is proposing that the government introduce a monthly RM500 cost of living allowance (COLA) for all workers and raise the mandatory retirement age to 65 for Budget 2020.
It's robots to the rescue, in Japan. Desperate for workers, ageing Japan turns to robots for healthcare and eldercare.
A letter from DR HELMY HAJA MYDIN, Kuala Lumpur
Japan's lead in advanced robotics for healthcare is driven by its demographic conundrum. More than most, the nation's population is shrinking and ageing rapidly.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Eritrea is forcing thousands of students and teachers into indefinite national service, driving many into exile and frustrating hopes that a peace deal with Ethiopia might end conscription, Human Rights Watch said on Friday.
KATOWICE, Poland (Reuters) - Poland's ruling nationalists want to appeal to more educated urban voters beyond their conservative rural base ahead of a parliamentary election later this year when they hope to gain a large enough majority to change the constitution.
You can identify companies’ sore spots by what gets them angry.
ATHENS (Reuters) - When he set up his own business washing boats and cars on the Greek island of Skyros nearly a decade ago, 42-year old Nikos Vourliotis was a young man with dreams and aspirations.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin told Russians on Thursday that there were signs that years of falling real wages, which have dented his popularity, were drawing to an end and that a government programme would deliver higher living standards.