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BEIJING (Xinhua): With the arrival of a new decade, one predictable thing about China in the 2020s is that it is shifting into a higher-quality economy that is more open and abounds with new opportunities for global businesses.
SEOUL: Shin Kyuk-ho, a wartime migrant to Japan who returned home to build a little-known chewing-gum maker into Lotte Group, South Korea’s biggest retailer, has died. He was 97.
KUALA LUMPUR: It’s hard being a liberal these days. The world seems to want to go in the opposite direction. Authoritarianism is on the rise in China, mercantilism in the US, populism everywhere from Brazil to the Philippines and South-East Asia, and an oxymoronic "illiberal democracy” in Hungary and Poland.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Religion, race and the nation, and not party positions and public office candidacy must form the basis of Bersatu members’ struggles when they sign up to contest in the party’s inaugural elections.
CHINESE New Year holds a special place in teacher Michael Rajoo’s heart.
CURTIN University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) has appointed Prof Vu Tuong Thuy (pic) as the new dean of its Faculty of Engineering and Science.
Jakarta: President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo explained that his recent move to invite world-renowned figures to join a steering committee for the relocation of the country’s capital to East Kalimantan was made to win the trust of investors as the government seeks greater participation from the private sector to finance the multibillion-dollar project.
IN Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus. Therefore, the dawning of the Year of the Rat brings with it renewed optimism for prosperity and all things good in the year ahead.
KUALA LUMPUR: The original 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) audit report findings were objected to by its chief executive officer (CEO) and a group of civil servants during a coordination meeting chaired in 2016 by Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa, the chief secretary to the government at the time.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): At least five foreign investors have expressed their interest in developing Indonesia's new capital city in East Kalimantan, a minister has said, as the government seeks greater private sector involvement in financing the relocation plan.