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In its glory days, Patpong drew countless tourists seeking out offerings from bars to all manner of adult-themed shows. The pandemic put a stop to all that, bringing Patpong to a standstill.
KUALA LUMPUR: Transport is a pivotal lifeline of trade that can help play a role in the strong recovery of the country’s economy, said experts in a recent panel discussion for the Export Excellence Awards (EEA) 2022 roadshow.
ONCE touted as the catalyst for reforms and change by its supporters, PKR appears to be stumbling from one problem to another after it was mercilessly ditched by some of its key members in 2020.
TOKYO: Billionaire Masayoshi Son is poised to set another record – and not the good kind.
Protests break out as Philippines election returns a Marcos to presidency; stock market falls following election
The Philippines woke to a new but familiar political landscape on Tuesday, after an election triumph by Ferdinand Marcos Jr. paved the way for a once unimaginable return to the country's highest office for its most notorious political dynasty.
MANILA (Reuters): The Philippines woke to a new but familiar political dawn on Tuesday (May 10), after an election triumph by Ferdinand Marcos Jr paved the way for a once unimaginable return to the country's highest office for its most notorious political dynasty.
KUALA LUMPUR: Access Group, a leading provider of business management software and solutions, has provided constant support to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through transfer of knowledge and technology know-how to remain resilient in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic.
Between competition from TikTok, copycat features at Instagram and lost ad revenue during the war in Ukraine, Snapchat is searching for a hot new thing to win users back.
Snapchat and the war in Ukraine might seem far removed from one another, and yet Russia's military aggression has emerged as a major threat to the social media app's revenue streams.
PARIS (Reuters) - Marine Le Pen brought the far-right from fringe status into the mainstream in a decade and, unbowed by her third failed bid for the presidency, she promised on Sunday to keep up the fight against Emmanuel Macron as she turns her attention to June's parliamentary vote.