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IT'S LATE afternoon and the century-old bridge joining Singapore and Malaysia should be starting to clog with the evening commute.
Business travellers an important part of tourism economy
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia remained bullish at the start of the week as investor sentiment was driven higher by news that the country had reopened its borders as well as resume overseas travel.
NEW YORK: Why buy a bookstore? John Malone, who made a fortune in cable television, is offering US$1 billion for Barnes Noble - trying to jump into a business so sick that its No. 2 competitor, Borders Group Inc., is on life support.
THE logistics industry in Malaysia should prepare itself for some dramatic changes in the way products are handled, stored and transported when permissible carbon footprints on products traded across borders become mandatory. With various strong global initiatives on sustainability under way, it may not be too long before our exports which do not tally up the right carbon footprints will not be allowed to be traded across borders.
SYDNEY: Australia’s Qantas Airways Ltd said state border closures were severely hampering a recovery in the domestic aviation market, which, alongside its lack of international flying, would lead to a significant loss this financial year.
Travel company lands US$100mil deal to provide digital ID for migrant workers
TOKYO: Just over a week out from revelations of a cheating scandal that plunged Kobe Steel Ltd in crisis and ensnared hundreds of firms, the embattled steelmaker's shares skidded to five-year lows on Monday as investors worried about the financial and legal fallout. Kobe Steel said the problems had gone beyond the borders of Japan with data falsification found in subsidiaries in Malaysia, Thailand and China.
BRUSSELS: The EU’s top anti-trust regulator on Wednesday launched probes into whether Nike, Universal Studio and Sanrio’s Hello Kitty illegally blocked retailers from selling merchandise across bloc borders.