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PETALING JAYA: The technology sector will see the highest jump in salaries in the country this year, while the oil and gas (O&G) sector, due to volatile oil prices, may see the least hike.
PETALING JAYA: Digital transformation across multiple industries in South-East Asia will continue to drive recruitment in 2017, according to international recruitment specialist Robert Walters.
KULIM: SLP Resources Bhd’s new RM12mil plant in Kulim, which has started operations recently, is focused on manufacturing healthcare packaging materials that is expected to grow to one of the top three markets for SLP after the food and beverage and consumer goods segments.
DUBAI: Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, is considering as much as US$5bil of investments in renewable energy firms as part of plans to diversify from crude production, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
KUCHING: Domestic prices of bird’s nests, which have stabilised for months, are expected to get a boost once the much awaited exports of the raw and uncleaned nests to China get the go-ahead soon.
TOSHIBA Corp is in trouble. Again. This time a kerfuffle at its Westinghouse Electric Co nuclear-power division is forcing the Japanese industrial conglomerate to spin off its memory-chip businesses, prepping the unit for a sale of a minority stake.
VERIZON Communications Inc. is said to have given thought to buying Charter Communications Inc., a deal that would create the biggest U.S. wireless and internet provider.
LONDON: Royal Dutch Shell is nearing the sale of a large part of its North Sea oil and gas assets to private equity-backed Chrysaor for US$3 billion, banking sources said, marking a milestone in its drive to reduce debt after buying BG Group.