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KUALA LUMPUR: PIE Industrial Bhd's earnings recovery is expected to continue over the coming quarter following a a 9MFY19 result that came in within expectations, says Kenanga research.
No longer tucked away in the dark reaches of the Internet, the streaming of pirated television shows and films has gone mainstream.
SEOUL: Samsung's plan to outsource a fifth of its smartphone production to China next year may help it compete with low-cost rivals such as Huawei and Xiaomi but it's a strategy fraught with risks, people with familiar with the move said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Both former and current Umno presidents are expected to be in the dock for criminal cases at separate High Courts here.
PETALING JAYA: A Health Ministry study shows that 7% of Malaysian preschool children have “lazy eye”, according to a specialist.
FROM DISILLUSIONED MALAYSIAN DOCTOR Melaka
WALKING into Pamilla Albert’s living room, one can’t help but breathe in the delightful aroma of fresh fruits.
CHINA hawks are chastising President Donald Trump’s “phase one” trade deal because it focuses on increasing US exports while ignoring Beijing’s subsidies for favoured industries. Instead of seeking to coerce China into abandoning policies that both sides agree benefit its economy, the US should seek to emulate them.
VENTURE capital investors are flocking to Singapore despite uncertainty around US-China trade relations, even as businesses hold back spending, according to Peter Ong, chairman of Enterprise Singapore.
NOT many crops can rival the kind of glamour and interest that is generated by large-scale commercially grown durians.