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KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 37,415 businesses, mostly small and medium enterprises, have closed down following the Covid-19 pandemic, said the Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar.
From rainforests to wetlands, nature has some of the best tools to fight climate change. Now investors are planning on pouring billions of dollars into a market that promotes conservation and rewards investors with carbon credits to sell to big polluters. The first of a two-part special looks at the potential of the market, who is investing and what is needed to really get it off the ground.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (Sept 27)
Thailand has administered more than 50 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine with more than 25 per cent of country covered
Thailand has administered more than 50 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine, with more than 25 per cent of its nearly 70 million population having been fully vaccinated, according to the CCSA.
IN AN effort to bolster the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, Coway Malaysia contributed 101 Coway air purifiers, worth RM312,130 in total, to four mega vaccination centres (PPV) in the Klang Valley.
THE country will waive its mandatory quarantine requirement in Bangkok and nine regions from Nov 1 to vaccinated arrivals, authorities said, as the country tries to boost its immunisation rate and revive its battered tourism sector.
Any such move must fit country’s progressive system
Thailand will waive its mandatory quarantine requirement in Bangkok and nine regions from Nov 1 to vaccinated arrivals, authorities said on Monday, as the country tries to boost its immunisation rate and revive its battered tourism sector.
The writers ANNISA EROU and TASHRYN MOHD SHAHRIN say it is essential for Asean to employ a multi-stakeholder approach to eradicate slavery at sea.
SIBU: A new field hospital will be set up in the next two weeks at Hospital Sibu to accommodate non-Covid-19 patients, says Dr Annuar Rapaee.