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Like a well-oiled machine

Hasil Karya started from zero, literally, as entrepreneur Tee Ah Ling didn’t even have a product in hand to sell when he started in 1983. But his ability to adapt to changing conditions has ensured the success of company, which is now preparing to move into a spanking new warehouse with an exhibition area, reports LIM WING HOOI.

TH Heavy pressure

PETALING JAYA: Loss-making TH Heavy Engineering Bhd (THHE), which was served with winding-up petitions from three parties for aggregate claims of RM38mil in the past week, may need to recapitalise its balance sheet if it is unable to resolve its cash flow woes.

Samalaju deepsea port to start ops in 9 months

KUCHING: The proposed RM1.8bil Samalaju deepsea port, which is designed and built to serve energy-intensive industries in Bintulu’s Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP), is slated for full operations in about nine months.

Awaiting Hague court verdict, Filipinos hope to fish without fear of China

INFANTA, Philippines (Reuters) - For years, the fishermen of the sleepy Philippine town of Infanta cared little for politics, international diplomacy and centuries-old squabbles over sovereignty.

Petroleum Week ends with slick results

THE Petroleum Week held at Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) proved to be an eventful seven days for the university’s engineering students.

He went hungry as a kid, now he feeds the needy

RICK Chee knows what being hungry feels like. He comes from a family with 11 brothers and three sisters, and his father was a lorry driver, so Chee knows all about sharing a plate of rice with just plain sambal.

High speed rail plans inch closer

The much-awaited Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR project is expected to be inked very soon. And China, the world’s biggest newcomer in the field, is not settling for second best.

Afghan local police deaths drop sharply, officials say

KABUL (Reuters) - Deaths among Afghan local police forces, who bear the brunt of some of the most dangerous fighting against Taliban insurgents have dropped by around a quarter to 295 members since March 21, due to better equipment and training, officials said on Saturday.

Use of Dallas 'bomb robot' to kill revives police militarization issue

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Dallas police ended a standoff with a gunman Friday morning by remotely detonating a "bomb robot," an unprecedented tactic by officers that rekindles concerns about the militarization of local law enforcement in the United States.

Cleveland tightens Republican convention security after Dallas attack

CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Cleveland police on Friday tightened their security plan for the Republican National Convention after the deadly shootings of police officers in Dallas, increasing surveillance and intelligence operations just 10 days before the convention.