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The former site of the Lakerol candy factory in Gavle, Sweden will be restored and transformed into a sustainable residential and mixed-use project.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following its lowest dividend payout since Amanah Saham Bumiputera’s (ASB) inception in 1990, Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) is looking to increase investments abroad, enhance risk management and push for “transformational” changes at its investee firms.
Self-help groups for Hong Kong protesters sprout over Telegram app, offering jobs, homes, medical treatment and more
‘Find a good boss’ Telegram channel helps out-of-work protesters get new jobs. Individuals tap networks of contacts to serve varied needs in ongoing unrest.
MALAYSIA’S small and medium enterprises (SME) sector is expected to contribute 40% to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) next year.
WHAT will matter most when solving the world’s biggest challenges? In a recent BBC documentary about Russia’s President Putin, Ian Robertson, the founding director of Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, was quoted as saying: “The psychological and the personal now play a much bigger role in international politics”.
OKAYAMA, JAPAN: The Bank of Japan will focus on risks to the economy as uncertainty over U.S.-China trade talks and soft global demand cloud the outlook, its deputy governor said, stressing the bank's resolve to expand stimulus if the recovery is threatened.
VENICE (Reuters) - Tourists are shunning Venice after a series of exceptionally high tides last month, with a plunge in hotel bookings bringing fresh economic woe to the lagoon city.
FROM an optimistic dream to a recurring nightmare. That’s the misfortune of Malaysia’s Vision 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR: A recession in 2020 is unlikely, and investors need not be anxious about global equity markets next year, even as markets have staged a strong advance throughout 2019 and economic data has softened, according to Franklin Templeton executive vice- president and head of equities Stephen Dover.
Singapore: Gold’s impressive advance in 2019 – aided by trade war frictions, easier monetary policy across the world’s leading economies and sustained central-bank buying – may be set to spill into the new decade.