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SHAH ALAM: The Selangor government has set five policies with regard to the operation of factories and premises processing recycled plastic waste in the state to prevent pollution.
KUALA LUMPUR: GIIB Holdings Bhd has terminated its suspended executive director, Wong Weng Yew following the investigation report pertaining to the charges of misconduct from the external independent auditor.
Gitee, China’s answer to GitHub, to review all code by temporarily closing open-source projects to the public
China’s largest open-source code platform will temporarily close public repositories to review their contents before opening them up again. The policy change, for which no reason was given, comes as Beijing tightens its grip on Internet content.
‘China is a fundamental partner to these countries in technology, trade and production’, so asking them to choose sides will be a challenge, US experts say. The EU and US recently deepened their commitment to ‘work together to align our technology standards in a way that’s consistent with our democratic values’.
COLOMBO (Reuters) -Sri Lanka's central bank has secured foreign exchange to pay for fuel and cooking gas shipments that will ease crippling shortages, its governor said on Thursday, but police fired tear gas and water canon to push back student protesters.
(Reuters) - Australia's Caleb Ewan will head home early from the Giro d'Italia after a difficult campaign to begin preparations for the Tour de France, his team Lotto Soudal said on Thursday.
THE Faculty of Design and Built Environment (FDBE) of First City University College (First City UC) offers industry-driven programmes aimed at empowering students to develop and hone creative skills - not only to make the most of their talents but also enhance creative vision in their disciplines of choice.
WHEN it comes to employability of today’s graduates, nothing beats having hands-on practical experience backed by sound theoretical knowledge.
HOUSTON:Oil prices fell 2.5% on Wednesday, reversing early gains as traders grew less worried about a supply crunch after government data showed U.S. refiners ramped up output, and as crude futures followed Wall Street lower.