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Malaysia’s journey in rolling out 5G telecommunication services has been one peppered with controversy.
The risk is prevalent in advanced countries, but it could also weigh on emerging economies
WHILE the spectrum is merely radio frequencies, it is often a prized asset of telecommunication companies (telcos).
THE Urban Transformation Centre in Ipoh indeed lives up to its name. Once a dirty wet market, it became a mall-and-market in 1983 before part of the mall became a multi-purpose administrative centre.
NEW YORK: Steel prices, driven to nosebleed highs by surging demand, should start to “erode” by the first part of next year as Covid-related supply bottlenecks ease and new domestic production comes online, said Mark Millett, the chief executive of the fourth-largest United States steelmaker, Steel Dynamics Inc.
SINGAPORE: World stock markets rose and longer-dated bonds rallied on Thursday as investors reckoned rising inflation would bring forward rate hikes around the world.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): A senior Lao leader has highlighted the need to accelerate digital transformation in line with sustainable development, while attending the ITU Digital World 2021 conference from Oct 12-14.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan chip giant TSMC announced on Thursday plans to build a new factory in Japan to meet long-term appetite for chips and said, near-term, tight supplies will likely continue into 2022 amid booming demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.