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Protect and share

Reseachers at French beauty brand Clarins work hand in glove with scientists to produce creams and lotions that stay true to the company's aims, reports TAN GIM EAN.

Nation

Sand dredged off Pengerang not for export

Sand dredging activities conducted off Pengerang in Kota Tinggi is for the development of Port of Tanjung Pelepas and Tanjung Bin and not for Singapore#8217;s reclamation project, said Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman.

AseanPlus News

Close shave for vessels daily

B>SINGAPORE:/BLike a slip road going into a major expressway, the waters where a major naval disaster took place on Friday night were always crowded with ships.

Business

Delta out to double its haulage

DELTA Haulage Transport (M) Sdn Bhd is hopeful of doubling its transport of unladen containers boxes from 700 monthly currently to 1,500 next year.

AseanPlus News

Over 3,000 Internet cafes closed in six months

MORE than 3,300 Internet cafes throughout China were closed during the past half year for safety reasons, a Chinese official said.

Business

Ling: M’sian ports need RM4b more investments

MALAYSIAN ports require investment of a further RM4bil to increase capacity and to have sufficiently trained staff to cater for the additional volume, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.

Business

NOL shares sink after CEO quits abruptly

Shares in Neptune Orient Lines Ltd (NOL) sank as much as 7% yesterday after the abrupt departure of its chief executive a day earlier.

Business

HK plans to raise taxes and trim civil service

Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa announced yesterday plans to increase taxes, cut the size of the civil service and slash the pay of top officials in a bid to wipe out the territory#8217;s growing fiscal deficit.

Business

Hefty payout seen for departing NOL chief

Loss-making Singapore flag carrier Neptune Orient Lines Ltd (NOL) could face a hefty payout after its Danish chief executive Flemming Jacobs made an abrupt departure this week, joining a growing list of foreign talent leaving underperforming state-linked companies.

Nation

Dollah: PM’s right to reject resignation

Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said it is the privilege of the Prime Minister to decide whether to accept the resignation of Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.