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ALOR SETAR (Aug 13): Aid of up to RM5,000 will be channeled to the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) for repair works to be carried out on houses damaged during last Friday’s storm.
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ALOR STAR: Aid of up to RM5,000 will be channeled to the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) for repair works to be carried out on houses damaged during last Friday’s storm.
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ALOR SETAR, Aug 13 — Aid of up to RM5,000 will be channelled to the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) for repair works to be carried out on houses damaged during last Friday’s storm.
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BEIJING, Aug 12 — Export-reliant Chinese companies are slashing prices, moving production abroad, creating new domestic markets and even rebranding goods as they try to survive the escalating trade ...
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SUBANG JAYA: Factories that have large stockpiles of ammonia and are located near residential areas will be ordered to relocate, says Selangor Environment, Green Technology and Consumer Affairs committee chairman Hee Loy Sian.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 9): A firm linked to businessman Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary has been asked to hold mediation talks over its dispute with Sabah Forest Industries Sdn Bhd (SFI) and SFI’s receiv...
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JOHOR BARU: Following the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang, the state government is looking at relocating high-risk chemical factories and setting up a buffer zone as part of long-term measures to deal with the problem that has hit the area twice within months.
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Mexico is finalising a deal to provide 40,000 factory jobs to migrants in northern states, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Friday, addressing a key need for the thousands waiting in Mexico ...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Kedah government today said federal and state authorities have sealed 30 illegal recycling factories in Sungai Petani for licensing and environmental law violations, following concern...
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GEORGE TOWN: Local council enforcement officers and auxiliary police should be given the power to stop and investigate vehicles transporting waste.
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Nintendo is partially moving production of its Switch portable gaming console outside of China in a move to limit the impact from a turbulent trade war between the U.S. and China, people who work on N...
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GEORGE TOWN (May 14): The proposed Kulim International Airport will compete with the existing Penang International Airport (PIA) and badly impact the state’s economy in the long run, Gerakan was rep...
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GEORGE TOWN, May 14 ― The proposed Kulim International Airport will directly compete with the existing Penang International Airport (PIA) and cripple the island state’s economy in the long run, Ge...
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WE refer to the letter “Privatisation a good option” (The Star, April 5) in which the writer proposed the privatisation of the enforcement functions of agencies under the Human Resources Ministry,...
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LETTER | We refer to the Malaysiakini letter HR ministry needs to step up enforcement by privatising it.
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KEPALA BATAS (Bernama): The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry today handed Padi Planting Management Model Plot incentives of RM303,875 to padi farmers in Penang.
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(April 18): After a presidential campaign dominated by nationalist rhetoric, the projected winner, incumbent Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, now has to face an uncomfortable reality: Indonesia is dangerousl...
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LONDON, April 1 — Factories in Britain stockpiled for Brexit at an explosive rate last month, unlike anything seen before in a major rich economy, pushing manufacturing growth to an unexpected 13-mo...
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JOHOR BARU: Factories located within the Pasir Gudang industrial area are suffering millions of ringgit in losses following the chemical pollution at Sungai Kim Kim, according to a local leader of the small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
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TOKYO, March 1 — Weak demand in China and growing global fallout from the Sino-US trade war took a heavier toll on factories across much of Asia in February, business surveys showed today.