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WHEN they say opportunities present themselves in challenging times, Toh Pe Kun has seen for himself that the adage is true.
MANUFACTURERS have been put in the spotlight in recent months as the call for automation grows ever stronger and the task of obtaining foreign workers become ever more challenging.
IN addition to empowering and investing in employees, business owners must also be open to lifelong learning to be able to innovate, say successful small and medium enterprise (SME) leaders.
ONE man’s meat is another man’s poison – the proverb holds true for people’s responses to durian. You either loathe the pulpy-creamy, sweet and stinky fruit or love it so much you strike gold by exporting it.
OMNICHANNEL fashion company Pomelo has secured US$52mil (RM216mil) in funding from a group of investors, making it the first Thai startup to raise a Series C funding round.
THE China-US trade war threatens to upend the supply chains of multinational technology companies. But smaller businesses are also getting caught up in the dispute.
CINNAMON might smell like Christmas to many in the West, but to some Vietnamese farmers, it smells like prosperity.
JASON Sanchez, 35, was able to start buying spare parts online last year for his cellphone repair shop in Havana thanks to the advent of cryptocurrency trading in Communist-run Cuba.
ALMOST everyone would have grown up with some happy moments that involve chocolates.
MALAYSIA once had a thriving cacao plantation sector. But over the years, other crops have taken over its place as a main source of agricultural products including rubber, oil palm and, now, durian.