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In this third and final article to appear in The Star this week, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein gives his opinion on global diplomacy and how the Covid-19 pandemic has shaped international relations.
JOHOR will benefit immensely if the government decides to revive the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project in the future.
BERJAYA Corp Bhd (BCorp) chief executive officer Jalil Rasheed launched an ambitious three-year plan on Tuesday to revamp the corporate behemoth founded by tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan in 1984.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Beijing has fully vaccinated more than 80% of its adult residents, as the Chinese capital leads other global hubs in the race for herd immunity against Covid-19.
TOKYO (AFP): For Japanese condom makers, the Olympics was supposed to be a golden opportunity, with hordes of eager tourists and tens of thousands of their innovative, ultra-thin prophylactics given to athletes.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia called for unity among member states at the Asean Defence Ministerial Meeting (ADMM) this week, as growing great power rivalries overshadowed the region.
THE hospitality sector took a big hit when the Covid-19 pandemic hit globally. Many employees were retrenched, and hotels and restaurants went under within a year.
LONDON (Reuters) -Wise, the British financial technology firm previously known as TransferWise, said on Thursday it plans to go public with the first direct listing on London's main market.