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KUALA LUMPUR: The Covid-19 crisis has pushed the Malaysian palm oil industry into a labour crunch so severe that it’s turning to prisoners and parolees for help.
THERE has been much hype of late about the commodity industry needing to offer jobs to Malaysians, who are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and move away from its heavy reliance on foreign workers. Truly, some 80% of the workers are foreign and it is a sector shunned by Malaysians. Why?
ABOUT three years ago, Reed Hastings set out to answer a question that had bedeviled Hollywood for the past decade: How did a small DVD-by-mail company build the most popular TV service in the world?
LONDON: Britain is urging businesses and individuals to prepare for the Dec. 31 end of the Brexit transition period with an information campaign titled: "The UK's new start: let's get going."
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research upgraded its outlook on the technology sector to Overweight from Neutral for the 2H20 as the sector’s outlook remains resilient with Inari Amertron as its top pick.
TOKYO: Shimano Inc, a 99-year-old Japanese maker of brakes, gears and components, is poised to take advantage of the global surge in demand for bicycles across the globe as people embrace new modes of transportation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A liberalised regime for raising cash from shareholders during the Covid-19 crisis gave United Kingdom firms and their bankers an inch.
PETALING JAYA: The outdoor advertising or out-of-home (OOH) market at large is expected to remain buoyant despite a shrinking advertising expenditure (adex) with the slowing economy as marketers take a cautious stance and adopt a wait-and-see attitude.
BEIJING: Local governments will be guided to revise rules to allow foreign-invested banks to underwrite bonds issued by them as part of the country's financial market opening-up, the Ministry of Finance said.