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Emails show that scientists at the Galveston National Laboratory repeatedly urged their counterparts to share the virus in early 2020 to speed up vital researchDespite a warning that China ‘would face heavy criticism’ if the process stalled, the Americans hit a bureaucratic wall
Cambodia: First vehicle assembly plant next year announce as govt confirms another 693 Covid-19 cases
Local publicly-listed firm RMA (Cambodia) Plc is planning to set up the Kingdom’s first motor vehicle assembly plant, to capitalise on the rising consumer demand for brand-new personal vehicles seen in recent years.
ARAU (Bernama) - Universiti Malaysia Perlis (Unimap) has become the first public university in the country to conduct research on hemp (a member of the cannabis sativa plant) as an agricultural product with the potential of being economically developed in the future.
Myanmar's shadow government this week named eight companies for "undertaking illegal investments by seeking permits and endorsements" from a junta-controlled entity.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian Open organisers are planning for players to have two weeks in a biosecure bubble before next year's Grand Slam rather than be subject to the country's strict hotel quarantine regime, tournament boss Craig Tiley said on Thursday.
MALAYSIA Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) is working with its consultant to define the scope of work for the expansion of the Penang International Airport (PIA).
PHUKET (AFP): The first international travellers touched down Thursday (July 1) in the holiday hotspot of Phuket under a quarantine-free scheme, as Thailand tries to reboot its battered tourism industry while also enduring its worst coronavirus outbreak.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has asked authorities to compile a plan for reopening Phu Quoc island, a favourite tourist location located off southern Kien Giang province, to vaccinated foreign visitors, local media has confirmed.
PETALING JAYA: One of the biggest mergers in South-East Asia’s telecoms industry is in the works between Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi.com Bhd. But will it really help spur more competition for better customer experience or stifle it since the enlarged entity will control nearly 50% of the mobile subscriber market share.