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HANOI: As Vietnam moves toward recovery, the development of a productive and diversified private sector will become more imperative given scarce public resources, international experts have recommended.
KUALA LUMPUR: EcoWorld Development Group Bhd (EcoWorld Malaysia) reported robust sales growth in the third quarter ended July 31 (Q3’21), boosted by its success in converting digital leads into purchases during the MCO lockdown period.
KUALA LUMPUR: Eco World Development Group Bhd (Eco World Malaysia) reported robust sales growth in the third quarter ended July 31, boosted by its success in converting digital leads into purchases during the MCO lockdown period.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research is maintaining its "overweight" rating on the telecommunications sector with a "buy" call for Telekom Malaysia (TM) which has shown significant cost improvements and poised under brighter prospects under the government’s MyDigital initiatives.
WEALTHY countries face mounting pressure to divert Covid vaccine supplies to lower-income regions, with a new analysis showing they’ll likely have about 1.2 billion extra doses available by the end of the year.
SINGAPORE/KUALA LUMPUR: Asian airlines are reporting high vaccination take-up rates among pilots and cabin crew as they wait for the region's tight pandemic-related border controls to be relaxed.
PETALING JAYA: Electronics and furniture retailer Courts Malaysia will be arranging for its frontline staff and other employees to be vaccinated under the Retail Industry Vaccination Programme (RiVAC).
KUALA LUMPUR: The small and medium enterprises (SMEs) welcome the government’s move to relax the curbs for economic sectors but they also want the government to refine the standard operating procedures (SOPs).
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc has attracted US$9.3bil (RM39.3bil) in net new money for its private banking business in Asia during the first half, with client assets rising 25% from a year ago.
KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank has committed a sum of RM14 million to two major government hospitals to ensure the continued provision of adequate medical facilities and services to help strengthen Malaysia’s healthcare system in coping with the recent surge of COVID-19 patients.