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Malaysian palm oil industry sets replanting programme

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil industry players are making concerted efforts towards replanting oil palm trees together with the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC), says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim.

Huawei Technologies loses trade secrets case against US chip designer

A U.S. jury on Wednesday cleared California semiconductor designer CNEX Labs Inc of stealing trade secrets from Chinese electronics giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd while awarding CNEX no damages on its own trade theft counter claims

China biotechs lure industry talent in the US

Drug industry veterans are drawn to startup environment at China’s biotechs and the race to the first non-generic Chinese drug approval in U.S

Faraday sues ex-execs for alleged trade secrets theft

BEIJING: Faraday & Future Inc, the electric carmaker run by Chinese entrepreneur Jia Yueting, is suing a startup founded by its former chief financial and technology officers for allegedly poaching talent and stealing valuable intellectual property.

An epic venture

IN early 2014, Lai Wick Kee left his job at a market research firm to start a food delivery venture with a friend. Perhaps, he had taken his interest in delivering food a little too seriously.

Uber deal is cold comfort for Singapore’s fading taxis

MINIATURES of ComfortDelgro Corp taxis are popular children’s toys in Singapore.

Cathay Pacific backs down, extends pilot housing allowances for a year

SINGAPORE/HONG KONG: Cathay Pacific Airways has extended payment of housing allowances to its pilots for another year, backing down from a plan to cut the stipend as the busy holiday travel period looms and amid poaching attempts by its rivals.

Hong Kong seizes largest ivory haul in 30 years in container from Malaysia

HONG KONG: Authorities in Hong Kong this week made their largest haul of contraband ivory in more than 30 years, amid surging illegal wildlife seizures fuelled by lax regulations and buoyant demand from mainland China. The ivory was discovered in a 40-foot container from Malaysia declared to hold frozen fish, beneath which officers found the tusks.