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PETALING JAYA: MISC Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary AET Tanker Holdings Sdn Bhd has taken delivery of the Eagle Petrolina, the first of four Suezmax Dynamic Positioning (DP2) shuttle tankers purposed built for long-term charter to Brazilian multinational petroleum corporation, Petróleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras).
KUALA LUMPUR: MISC Bhd’s petroleum shipping unit, AET Tanker Holdings Sdn Bhd (AET), has taken delivery of Eagle Petrolina, the first of four Suezmax dynamic positioning (DP2) shuttle tankers purpose built for long-term charter to Brazil’s state-controlled oil giant Petróleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras).
After winning the war on coronavirus, striving hard for a strong economic recovery is the nation’s top goal now
SHANGHAI: The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim the company's HiSilicon chip division--a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central to its success
TOKYO: Sony Corp and Microsoft Corp have partnered to embed artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities into the Japanese company’s latest imaging chip, a big boost for a camera product the electronics giant describes as a world-first for commercial customers.
The Trump administration is in talks with semiconductor companies about building chip factories in the United States, representatives from two chipmakers said on Sunday.
CUPERTINO: Apple Inc again commanded a majority share of the smartwatch market in the first quarter, when the Covid-19 outbreak encouraged health tracking and drove a 20% rise in shipments.
SEOUL: Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee said on Wednesday that he will not hand over management rights to his children at the family-controlled conglomerate.
SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it expected profit to decline in the current quarter due to a coronavirus-related slump in sales of smartphones and TVs, although the chip business would remain solid.
HONG KONG: The unprecedented drop in the United States oil futures is rippling through the world’s exchange-traded fund (ETF) market, with the latest example in Hong Kong.