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AS we had just celebrated the nation’s 62nd birthday two weeks ago and the 56th Malaysia Day is upon us in just two days, it is nice to have a birthday wish or wishes for the nation, be it for the economy, stock market or just for all Malaysians going into our 63rd year since Merdeka and 57th year as Malaysia
THE private equity and venture capital (PEVC) industry is witnessing a boom in South-East Asia.
Bangkok: Despite offering chairs and notebooks made from recycled paper at the summit, Thailand and its South-East Asian allies were accused of a “greenwash” with their oceans and communities brimming with plastic refuse.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who will be officially crowned on May 4 as part of elaborate three-day coronation ceremonies, has been listed as the world's richest monarch by publications such as Business Insider in 2018.
BENGALURU: Indonesian stocks surged more than 1 percent to close at an 11-month high on Wednesday, after the country posted a faster-than- expected GDP growth in the fourth quarter of 2018, while Philippines index erased early gains to end lower.
Bill Gates thinks toilets are a serious business, and he’s betting big that a reinvention of this most essential of conveniences can save a half million lives and deliver US$200bil (RM835.10bil)-plus in savings.
PETALING JAYA: AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) has appointed AAX Thailand’s former chief executive officer (CEO), Nadda Buranasiri, as its new group CEO.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn is now the largest shareholder in the country’s biggest industrial conglomerate, Siam Cement Group Pcl, data from the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), published on its website on Saturday showed.
Bangkok (AFP) - Thailand's king has been granted full ownership of the palace's multi-billion dollar assets under a law passed last year, according to a rare "explanatory note" published by the financial arm of the powerful but secretive monarchy.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Assets previously registered to Thailand's Crown Property Bureau will now be held "in the name of His Majesty", the bureau said on its official website on Saturday, the latest shake-up in royal affairs under King Maha Vajiralongkorn.