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SEPANG: There are 120,000 foreign workers in the plantation sector registered under the recalibration programme but it is still insufficient to meet the labour demand, says Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.
FROZEN delicacies from Bentong, Pahang, have become instant hits across the country and have given a new lease of life to hawkers and restaurants, reports China Press.
Tencent Holdings Ltd has been ordered to stop rolling out new apps, as China’s tech industry regulator reviews their compliance with new privacy laws introduced this month, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) -Appointments and dismissals made since a military takeover in Sudan last month will be reviewed and political detainees will be freed over the next two days, reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - The European Commission aims to harmonize the duration of the validity of the COVID-19 vaccination certificate, including the effects of booster shots, Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides said on Monday, amid record infection numbers in some EU states.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Expecting the global Great Resignation phenomenon to play out in full next year, employers in Singapore are reverting salary increments and payroll budgets to near pre-pandemic levels in a bid to hold on to their employees, as well as fill vacancies next year.
ATA IMS Bhd’s slip into the red serves up some big takeaways. For one, it is a reminder to investors that companies in the red-hot EMS or electronic manufacturing services sector have their risks.
Many countries around the world waste hundreds of kilos of food per capita every year – and scientists say half of that is avoidable.
BENGALURU: Indonesia’s central bank will wait until the end of next year before raising interest rates as it tries to aid the economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, keeping a close watch on any United States Federal Reserve (Fed) policy moves, a Reuters poll found.
Indonesia's central bank will wait until the end of next year before raising interest rates as it tries to aid the economic recovery from the Covid19 pandemic, keeping a close watch on any US Federal Reserve policy moves, a Reuters poll found.