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The ringgit is likely to trade in a range of 4.09 to 4.11 level next week as Malaysia aims to achieve the target of injecting 150, 000 doses of vaccine daily, said an analyst.
Hong Kong to update air-quality plan, with city’s power companies facing lower emissions targets from 2026
New caps on sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and respirable suspended particles to come into forceCity to phase out reliance on coal in favour of cleaner natural gas
Asian countries including Pakistan can develop and organise its own highly skilled workforce so that it becomes more attractive to foreign employers.
PETALING JAYA: The two-week extension to the current lockdown will have a devastating impact on industries if there are no changes to operating conditions, says the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM).
Fashion designer Izrin Ismail adores dresses and details that make a statement.
Sensor-controlled taps: Industry experts say the days of touching something to turn on the water will soon be over.
Oil prices slipped on Friday but were set for their third weekly rise on expectations of a recovery in fuel demand in Europe, China and the United States as rising vaccination rates lead to an easing of pandemic curbs.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices slipped on Friday but were set for their third weekly rise on expectations of a recovery in fuel demand in Europe, China and the United States as rising vaccination rates lead to an easing of pandemic curbs.
A source says however that if the ailing carrier ultimately has to axe jobs, up to 40 per cent of staff will be made redundantLong-pay leave scheme introduced entails offer of six months off in exchange for one months’ pay, or nine months’ leave with two months’ pay
A self-taught artist, Eten Teo aims to create more artwork with unique Malaysian elements while preserving the essence of the traditional Chinese art form.