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PETALING JAYA: While social butterflies are hoping to get the movement control order done and over with, gamers are relishing the extra time at home.
TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe might be the biggest loser if the Tokyo Olympics don't go off as planned in just over four months. Abe has attached himself to the success of the Olympics since pushing hard for Tokyo's selection at an IOC meeting in 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tokyo was picked over Istanbul by billing itself as a "safe pair of hands."
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): The Government has decided to allow Vietcombank and Vietinbank to increase their charter capital by VNĐ10 trillion (US$434.8 million) in the first quarter of this year, Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ said last month.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The operations of multinational companies in China have changed over time, moving up the global value chain as the country has diverted its focus.
HANOI: A new front has opened in the US-China trade war as companies shifting manufacturing to Vietnam engage in a fierce battle for skilled labour, aggravating an existing shortage and prompting calls for education reforms.Vietnam has emerged as one of the largest beneficiaries of the trade spat between Washington and Beijing.
HO CHI MINH CITY/HANOI (Reuters) - A new front has opened in the U.S.-China trade war as companies shifting manufacturing to Vietnam engage in a fierce battle for skilled labour, aggravating an existing shortage and prompting calls for education reforms to address the problem.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Chilli, a gibbon native to Borneo, will soon be jumping from tree to tree in parks from New York to Nairobi as a character in a new augmented reality video game that aims to promote conservation of endangered species.
Tokyo: Having trouble waking up in the morning? Not getting enough sleep? The company that brought you Pokemon Go may have a solution: a game “played” by sleeping.
Three-minute clip shows Mario tackling difficult law enforcement issues, battling a corrupt ‘tiger’ and finishing big projects like building ‘smart courts’ It was posted on social media last week but has since been removed
TAIPEI: Chen San-yuan turns heads as he cycles through a suburb of Taipei, Taiwan’s capital.