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JOHOR BARU: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) is urging the government to ratify the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention 155 and 170.
Get ready for Instant Cafe Theatre's 'The May 9 Show', a satirical comedy series that looks back on Malaysia Baharu a year on.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Energy Department said on Monday that global oil markets are well supplied despite the attack on Sunday that damaged four vessels off the UAE coast, two of them oil tankers from Saudi Arabia.
LONDON: In the cavernous chamber of Norsk Hydro’s aluminium smelter on the Norwegian island of Karmoey, the magnetic forces are so strong they make heavy iron wrenches float out of the hands of workers.
GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - An unmanned Iranian boat skips over the waves at full speed and rams into a U.S. aircraft carrier, sending up an orange fireball and plumes of smoke.
THE hot potato on Andrew Goledzinowski’s plate is Lynas, of course. Specifically, the controversial Lynas Advance Materials Plant located on the Gebeng Industrial Estate near Kuantan.
DUBAI: Goldman Sachs Group Inc will test out Saudi Arabia’s new market rules that aim to limit price swings after share sales.
THE abandoned merger between Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG is forcing the two lenders to reconsider their future strategies. Commerzbank, in particular, might be a tempting target for rivals across the continent, who want to build their presence in Germany.
PETALING JAYA: With the US-China trade war heating up with no signs of abatement, fund managers on the home turf, who have been profit-taking, are actively buying into fundamentals locally and regionally to boost their equity portfolios.
SAN FRANCISCO: As US-China trade-war rhetoric escalates without any plan for a resumption of negotiations, currency strategists are mapping out foreign-exchange implications.