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BEIJING: China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group (CTCE), a state-owned construction behemoth, used the country’s first intelligent track-laying facilities to lay a pair of 500-m-long ballast-free track segments for a 38.24 billion yuan (US$5.92bil or RM24.7bil), 246.6-km high-speed railway line.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Plantation Bhd (SDP) is leveraging the advancements in robotics to develop a machine that can be used to harvest oil palm’s fresh fruit bunches (FFB), which it hopes would be ready to be deployed within the next five years.
A bumper agricultural crop, high govt spending the pull
KUCHING: The federal government will commence construction works for Sarawak portion of the Pan Borneo Highway phase two project in the northern region this year.
Barges piled with sand traverse the sea lanes around Singapore, almost as ubiquitous as the semi trucks that ply America’s interstate highways.
THE world’s most influential gold market authority is threatening to stop bullion from countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) entering the mainstream market if they fail to meet regulatory standards, a letter seen by Reuters showed.
PETALING JAYA: Restrictive measures following the rise in the number of new Covid-19 cases will add pressure on job creation in the fourth quarter, possibly raising the unemployment rate for the year.
JAKARTA: Indonesian trade unions threatened to stage a national strike next month after a committee in parliament agreed to move ahead with proposed labour reforms in President Joko Widodo’s controversial “Job Creation” bill.
IN Malaysia, there had been concerns with regard to the increasing number of foreigners, especially the unskilled foreign labourers in Malaysia.