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Global silicon wafer Q1 shipments up 1.3% on-quarter

KUALA LUMPUR: Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments increased in the first quarter of 2016 (Q1, 2016) to 2,538 million square inches from the fourth quarter of 2015.

Overhaul to become pork-free

A change for the better is inevitable when it is time to make adjustments.

Affin Hwang concerned over Aemulus' long-term outlook

AEMULUS reported second quarter revenue of RM7.8mil, a 188% increase quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q), on the back of higher sales from its automated test equipment (ATE) segment to China buyers.

Vital to manage work-related stress, advises Lee

BANGI: Poorly managed work-related stress not only impacts the health of employees but is also bad for the productivity of a company.

Fight against food fraud

A letter from S. M. MOHAMED IDRIS, President, CAP.

Syrian rebels fear assault on besieged Daraya as residents starve

AMMAN/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Rebel fighters and officials in a besieged Syrian town on the outskirts of Damascus believe government forces are preparing an assault after they turned back an aid convoy last week.

Congo PM proposes deep budget cuts, warning of hyperinflation

KINSHASA (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo's prime minister proposed cutting operating costs of government ministries and other public services by 30 percent on Monday, warning of a risk of hyperinflation if the government failed to act.

Arms embargo exemptions being considered for new Libyan government

VIENNA (Reuters) - World powers including the United States are ready to consider demands from Libya's new unity government for exemptions from a U.N. arms embargo to help take control of the lawless country, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday.

Affin Hwang maintains sell on Aemulus Holdings

KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Capital Research has maintained its “sell” rating on test equipment manufacturer Aemulus Holdings Bhd and trimmed target price to 20 sen.

Armed with drones, aid workers seek faster response to earthquakes, floods

For weeks after Nepal's worst earthquake in 80 years, the skies above the Himalayan nation vibrated with military helicopters ferrying relief, airplanes bringing in aid workers, and drones.