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Click to unwrap: More US retailers are letting customers send digital gifts this holiday season

It's Christmas Eve, you still have gifts to buy, and as the hours tick by, your options grow thin.

Beijing Enterprises to buy EEW

FRANKFURT: State-controlled Beijing Enterprises Holdings Ltd agreed to buy energy-from-waste company EEW for 1.44 billion euros (US$1.6bil) as China extends its acquisition spree.

After fueling $tril Asia deal spree, China's M&A set to hit new heights in 2016

HONG KONG: China Inc's outbound acquisitions spree in 2015 helped push Asia-Pacific's annual deal value past US$1 trillion for the first time, with 2016 set for a bigger splurge still as Chinese firms buy even more assets abroad to sidestep slowing domestic growth.

Tourist finds dead dolphin

GEORGE TOWN: A tourist who had never seen a live dolphin in her life had the misfortune of coming across a dead one off the Tanjung Bungah coast here.

Lotsa twerking and lolz in new Scrabble dictionary

"Twerking", "hashtag" and "facetime" are among 6,500 brash new entries in the Scrabble "Bible" that reflect the Internet age but have left traditionalists squirming.

Johor aims for projects from China and India

LABIS: The Johor Government hopes to tap investments from China and India this year in sectors such as information technology, heavy machinery and green energy such as solar power.

Southeast Johor gets RM46bil FDI boost

PASIR GUDANG: Johor#8217;s plans to develop Southeast Johor as the new regional hub for oil and gas (Oamp;G) are getting a RM46bil boost in foreign direct investment (FDI) into the sector.

FDI boost for Johor’s oil and gas hub

PASIR GUDANG: The state government's plan to develop southeast Johor as the new regional hub for oil and gas is getting a boost in the form of a RM46bil foreign direct investment.

Speciality pipe plant to boost Johor's oil and gas industry

PASIR GUDANG: Johor's plan to become the region's leading oil and gas hub by 2025 will receive a major boost with the opening of a speciality steel pipe manufacturing plant here on Feb 6.

Germany’s EEW sets up plant in Johor

Erndtebrucker Eisenwerk GmbH Co KG (EEW), a world leader in large diameter carbon and stainless steel pipes, has chosen Johor for its fifth plant which will produce steel pipes for the oil and gas sector.