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Ongoing efforts to rescue SESB

Talks crucial as power firm continues to make losses and on the verge of insolvency

Pestech rides on regional growth

RIDING on the growing energy infrastructure development market in the region, Pestech International Bhd expects to see continued growth in its order book over the medium term.

Strong growth seen for investment banking

WITH a healthy pipeline of deals, among other positives, the investment banking (IB) business in the country is poised for strong growth next year despite geopolitical risks and external headwinds.

West Ham United v Newcastle United - fans’ view

LONDON (Reuters) - Newcastle United, with a potential takeover looming, travel to the London Stadium for a crucial Premier League tie against West Ham United on Saturday.

Addressing Venezuela, China says choice of path must be respected

BEIJING (Reuters) - A country's right to choose its own development path must be respected, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Venezuelan counterpart on Friday, offering support for the strife-torn Latin American nation.

Lithuania bans Kaspersky Lab software on sensitive computers

Software from Moscow-based company Kaspersky Lab is a threat to Lithuanian national security and its products will be banned on sensitive computers, Lithuania's government said. It is the latest setback for the software maker.

Nothing to fear in Bali, says Indonesia

JAKARTA: Amid the uncertainty over Mount Agung's eruption, Indonesia's tourism minister Arief Yahya says the status in Bali is normal and safe for visitors.

KLCI sees 11th-hour push to higher ground

KUALA LUMPUR: The local benchmark index, which struggled to keep in positive territory for much of the day's trading session, saw a final hour push that ended the week on a strong note.

Bracing for EV shift, NGK Spark Plug ignites all solid-state battery quest

Facing the eventual demise of gasoline engines, the world's biggest maker of spark plugs is turning its focus to a component it believes will be just as vital in the coming era of electric vehicles – next-generation all solid state batteries.

Debunking myths: Muscles turn to fat

PETALING JAYA: The short answer is, of course, no. Thinking that muscles can turn into fat would be like thinking a runny nose has something to do with toe nail growth – the two aren’t directly related.