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HONG KONG: Chinese state media said the government would soon publish a list of “unreliable entities” that could lead to sanctions against US companies, signalling trade talks between the two nations are increasingly under threat from disputes over human rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
Over the last few days, hundreds of global financial and surveillance experts had converged on Kuala Lumpur to share ideas on how to combat the menace of money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF).Over the last few days, hundreds of global financial and surveillance experts had converged on Kuala Lumpur to share ideas on how to combat the menace of money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF).
SINGAPORE: Hotels in Singapore are trialing the use of facial-recognition technology to speed up guests’ check-in times and boost worker productivity in an initiative that’s linked up with the city-state’s immigration authorities.
GEORGE TOWN: MMS Ventures Bhd expects to secure at least RM20mil worth of orders for its vision and test equipment in the first quarter of 2020.
Kuala Lumpur: Merdeka LHS, Dentsu Aegis Network Malaysia’s strategic brand consultants and communicators has clinched Malaysia’s only award at the recent Spikes Asia 2019 – bringing home Gold in the Digital Category at Young Spikes.
There are two great ironies coming out of the current protests in Hong Kong.
SINGAPORE: Tan Sri Frank Tsao Wen-king (pic), the Shanghai-born entrepreneur who fled to Hong Kong amid the turmoil of the Chinese civil war and went on to build one of Asia’s biggest shipping empires, has died aged 94.
AS the Aug 19 deadline looms for companies to submit their bids for the Integrated Immigration System (IIS), interested companies have yet to officially form consortiums to vie for the project, industry sources say.
KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd is optimistic of obtaining higher revenue and earnings for financial year 2020 (FY2020) backed by continuous government contracts obtained by the company.
PETALING JAYA: Being the pioneer of an end-to-end platform for the management of foreign workers in Malaysia, Bestinet Sdn Bhd is now aiming to expand its Foreign Workers Centralised Management System (FWCMS) to more countries around the world.