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WITH the bicycle-commuting culture in Penang growing from its modest form to a more robust one, the state’s bicycle-sharing system LinkBike is proposing for its sharing stations to be installed in residential areas come next year.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is struggling to export its surplus of COVID-19 vaccines as logistical hurdles delay their use in many countries despite low levels of inoculation, vaccine producer the Serum Institute of India (SII) and a government official said on Tuesday.
A hundred times faster than 4G, this fifth generation of cellular networks can advance society, transform industries and dramatically enhance day-to-day experiences with its rapid connectivity speeds, ultra-low latency and greater bandwidth – creating a smarter, safer and a more sustainable future.
MONTREAL (AFP): A senior Chinese diplomat called on Ottawa Tuesday (Dec 8) to ignore national security risks that had been "invented" by the United States concerning telecoms giant Huawei, as Canada weighs the company's possible exclusion from its 5G mobile networks rollout.
JAKARTA (Reuters):An Indonesian court on Tuesday (Dec 7) rejected a bid by two companies to reinstate permits for palm oil plantations in its easternmost region of Papua, in what was seen as a test of the government's pledge to halt such land conversions to contain deforestation.
Vietnam and Taiwan again exceeded the U.S. Treasury's thresholds for possible currency manipulation and enhanced analysis under a 2015 trade law, but the department on Friday refrained from formally branding them as manipulators.
KUALA LUMPUR, 23 November 2021 – CTOS IDGuard, Malaysia and Southeast Asia’s first application fraud bureau, has prevented confirmed fraudulent credit applications to the tune of RM28 million in the first 12 months of operation, with a further RM51 million in suspicious applications also flagged to partners.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. emergency oil reserve is a tool available to Washington to address unusual short-term mismatches between oil supply and demand as the Biden administration looks to move to less volatile energy sources, U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told Reuters on Tuesday.