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TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is offering permanent residency to around 90,000 foreign students and workers in jobs as diverse as plumbing and cleaning, as it steps up efforts to meet an annual immigration target that has helped drive economic growth in recent years.
MARANG: Every Ramadan, 100 participants of the Cluster Land Plan (RTB) in Kampung Batu Putih here will be busy selling nira kelapa (coconut shoot nectar) to meet the high demand during the fasting month.
SEOUL: South Koreans must learn how to work alongside machines if they want to thrive in a post-pandemic world where many jobs will be handled by artificial intelligence (AI) and robots, according to the country’s labour minister.
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MALAYSIA is among three Asean countries besides Singapore and recently the Philippines to have enacted an export control law which allows for extra-territorial criminal jurisdiction.
THE government announced the sixth economic stimulus package (Pemerkasa) worth RM20bil on March 17,2021, one year after Malaysia first imposed a lockdown due to Covid-19. Pemerkasa brought the total value of the packages to RM340bil.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) is maintaining a positive outlook on research and development (R&D) investments in line with the cautiously optimistic investment climate at present amid the Covid-19 pandemic, said chief executive officer Arham Abdul Rahman.(pic)
Last year, Japanese media reported that the Japanese government planned to release the contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean after treatment. This raised grave concerns worldwide. Last week, it was reported the government would make its decision this week. China and South Korea have voiced concern. Two Chinese scholars shared their views on the issue with China Daily when the news first broke last year.
HAINAN, China, April 12 (China Daily/ANN): Tower cranes lined up one after another at a building site near the coast, with construction equipment shuttling back and forth and structures rising from the ground.
Will we be sitting in autonomous cars driven by an AI? One thing's for sure, technology will lead the way forward.