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Firms in Singapore upbeat on half-year prospects

COMPANIES expect business conditions for the next six months to improve, with the service sector edging out manufacturing slightly in optimism.

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Incumbent assemblyman upbeat on his chances

JOHOR BARU: Despite the Opposition’s aggressive approach, Barisan Nasional candidate from MCA Teoh Yap Kun believes Barisan will retain Chinese votes in Paloh this GE14.

Metro News

Shell upbeat about new offshore platform

KOTA KINABALU: Oil giant Shell is breaking new ground through its offshore petroleum production platform near Sabah.

Community

Upbeat view on joint celebration

MIRI: It is a valuable experience to celebrate festivals together, said Sarawak Assistant Tourism Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin.

Community

Sabah upbeat on Chinese tourist arrivals

KOTA KINABALU: The arrival of the biggest incentive group from China this week shows that Sabah is ready to stage large-scale events, Sabah Tourism Board (STB) said.

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Shelter upbeat about helping homeless

KUCHING: The majority of the 461 individuals who had sought shelter at Anjung Singgah here over the past four years have managed to turn their lives around.

Community

University upbeat on graduates employment rate

KUCHING: Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak has an outstanding record of having well over 90% of its students employed within six months of graduating each year.

Community

Sarawak upbeat on digital economy

KUCHING: Sarawak can become an ICT powerhouse by using its natural resources to power a digital economy, said Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg.

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Upbeat view on technical and vocational education

KOTA KINABALU: More emphasis is being placed on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) to transform and make it a more popular option for youths.

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Party upbeat on Lanang and Sibu seats

SIBU: Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) is confident that the Sibu and Lanang parlimentary seats, which are traditionally theirs, will be given to the party again to contest in the coming general election.