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SEOUL: Cho Min-kyong boasts an engineering degree from one of South Korea's top universities, a school design award and a near-perfect score in her English proficiency test.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian companies have the ability to climb up to greater heights should they eradicate arrogance and ignorance in the corporate culture, said talent nurturer Samuel Hungsoo Kim.
SINGAPORE: The 2020s are set to be the Asian decade, with the continent dominating an exclusive list of economies expected to sustain growth rates of around 7%.
SUPPORTING local tech firms as they strive for technological advancements is a vital part of Vietnam’s efforts to beat the middle-income trap and become a developed economy.
JEANETT Dian Amonsen was a high-flying TV journalist with a state broadcaster when a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis at 40 derailed her career.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s 200 billion-riyal (US$53bil) lifeline to its non-oil economy may be in place for longer than planned as the kingdom supports industries struggling to cope with reforms that pushed up costs and dampened demand.
AT a traditional tailor shop, the kind that’s been around for centuries as an atelier for bespoke suiting, the personal touch has always been vital. Shoppers have relationships with their tailors, who know their style and exactly what they’d want to wear.
TOKYO: Signs of a weakening Japanese economy are fuelling concerns among some ruling party lawmakers that the country cannot cope with an increase in an unpopular sales tax in October, after previous hikes hurt growth and derailed political careers.
LONDON: Prowler.io, an artificial intelligence company based in Cambridge, England, has been valued at US$100mil following a funding round involving a group of investors that includes Chinese technology giant Tencent Holdings Ltd and Pearson Plc.