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FIRST it was cotton; now it's Xinjiang's solar panels that are being targeted. Both are pillar industries of Xinjiang in Northwest China, and they have become the target of what appears to be a malicious campaign launched by Western anti-China forces to destroy Xinjiang's rapidly ascending economy and ultimately obstruct the development of China.
HAVING exited the Champions League in midweek, clinching a top four finish is the only thing for Liverpool to fight for this season.
The songwriter has previously been nominated for an Oscar 11 times without a win. Will 12th time be the charm?
ENVIRONMENTAL scientist Laura Garcia Velez (pic) cut her teeth on projects to help Ethiopian farmers insure crops for drought and connect remote Colombian communities to the electricity grid before working for conservation campaigners WWF.
PETALING JAYA: With the many mega rail projects coming up in the country, there is a greater need than ever for homegrown talent, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
(Reuters) - Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Terzic says Erling Haaland is making a big contribution to the team even when he fails to score but does not expect the Norway international's dry spell to continue for long.
PETALING JAYA: The news about South-East Asia’s first decacorn, Grab Holdings Inc, to be listed in the United States in a massive near-US$40bil (RM165.16bil) deal is a big loss for Malaysia.
Grab CEO’s ride to world’s biggest SPAC deal
SINGAPORE (Reuters): CEO Anthony Tan set another record when Grab Holdings agreed to list on Nasdaq through a US$39.6 billion merger deal with a blank-check company, Altimeter Growth Corp.