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SINGAPORE (ANN): The gap between jobs and skills will widen as businesses transform in the digital economy, but Singapore must see this as an opportunity, said Manpower Minister Josephine Teo.
YouTube has promised to ramp up its fight against hate and harassment: The Google-owned video service announced changes to its harassment policy on Dec 11, which include a ban on implicit threats of violence and insults that target someone for their race, gender expression or sexual orientation.
Food and financial services now make up more than 50% of Grab’s gross merchandise volume, according to Lim Kell Jay, the regional head of GrabFood. The margins for food delivery are better than for ride-hailing, Lim says.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s approved investment figures for 2019 may fall slightly behind the government’s target of RM200bil, even as the country seems to benefit from investment diversions caused by the US-China trade war.
PETALING JAYA: The FBM KLCI is set to enter 2020 with high caution, amid concerns of domestic political uncertainty and poor policy implementation, according to UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research.
HONG KONG: TikTok owner ByteDance Inc is testing a new music app in emerging markets as it tries to pull off another global sensation akin to its viral video-sharing service.
PETALING JAYA: The long-awaited restructuring exercise of BIMB Holdings Bhd, which includes the transfer of its listing status to Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd by end-September 2020 and a RM800mil cash call, has been announced.
SINGAPORE: Hotel deals in Singapore are set for a record amid a surge in tourist arrivals buoyed by people wanting to avoid the protests in Hong Kong.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian construction sector, a key harbinger of economic growth, has borne the brunt of weak business sentiment and lack of building jobs in the market.PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian construction sector, a key harbinger of economic growth, has borne the brunt of weak business sentiment and lack of building jobs in the market.
PETALING JAYA: Timely and appropriate interventions are needed to jump-start the current office market, as global uncertainties, compounded by a supply glut, are expected to hit the sector in 2020.