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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A Singaporean has been appointed as the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) chief information officer (CIO) and information technology department director.
An Iranian hacking group that targeted a US presidential campaign in last year’s election has continued to wage widespread attacks, using an evolving list of tactics to dupe victims into clicking on malicious links.
Hong Kong elections: why the next chief executive may no longer be known by 3 digits, such as ‘689’ for CY Leung, or Carrie Lam’s ‘777’
Figures representing votes won in leadership race may increase under a system shake-up that starts with Sunday’s Election Committee pollsInsiders note new framework with ‘elements of election’ to fill body with patriots, while critics say only pliant elites now allowed into governing circle
IN spite of the widespread news about businesses being shuttered and a high number of people rendered jobless by the pandemic, the truth is that some in the business world have been doing well.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): In a country that regularly censors opposing viewpoints, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s push for "common prosperity” has triggered something unusual: A spirited public policy debate.
What will form the ‘foundation’ as China moves towards overtaking the US to become the world’s biggest economy?
Forecasts from Bloomberg Economics suggest China could grab the top spot – held by the United States for well over a century – as soon as 2031China’s 14th five-year-plan places a focus on manufacturing as Beijing pivots away from relying on property and infrastructure spending to grow its economy
KUALA LUMPUR: Forty-one Malaysians have been awarded the UK government’s prestigious Chevening scholarship to pursue their postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom.
PETALING JAYA: Medical students are anxious about the lack of job security and career progression in the field following the “Hartal Doktor Kontrak” (Contract Doctors’ Strike) movement.
A group of researchers from London have found critical vulnerabilities in popular messaging app Telegram, which is used by over 500 million users across the world.
Beijing may have no choice but to reopen its borders and face the risk of outbreaks even if most people are vaccinated, experts sayThere may be more pressure to do so as other countries open up, but it could come at a political cost