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Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt
Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry the next-generation mobile...
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Vanuatu and Solomon Islands appeal to UN over Indonesia's West Papua crisis
Pacific island nations Vanuatu and Solomon Islands have added to the chorus of voices raising the issue of human rights abuses against West Papuans at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
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PayPal cautious about future of Libra cryptocurrency
PayPal is cautious about the future of Facebook-backed cryptocurrency Libra.
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H&M sales grow for sixth quarter
GENEVA: Hennes & Mauritz AB’s sales gained for a sixth consecutive quarter as the Swedish retailer tries to reduce a buildup of inventory and end a three-year slump in...
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Airbus, French exporters reel as US tariffs loom in subsidy row
PARIS/BRUSSELS: Shares in Airbus and French luxury goods exporters fell on Monday as the European Union acknowledged it may face U.S. tariffs in a long-running...
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Airbus, French exporters reel as US tariffs loom in subsidy row
PARIS, Sept 16 — Shares in Airbus and French luxury goods exporters fell today as the European Union acknowledged it may face US tariffs in a long-running dispute over aircraft subsidies, part of an...
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Facebook hopes its two billion users will use Libra for online shopping and more
International outcry is mounting over Libra – with central banks, governments and regulators railing against the cryptocurrency.
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Next Trump tariffs may soon hit Europe’s luxury-goods exporters
GENEVA: Some of Europe’s top luxury brands are targeted in President Donald Trump’s latest tariff salvo, which could affect billions of dollars in exports of American-bound...
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Indonesia slams door on West Papua independence referendum
Indonesia has told the United Nations that it has no intention of giving in to the demands of protesters for a referendum to be held in its troubled province of West Papua.
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Putting a ‘price’ on sharks and rays to help save them
KOTA KINABALU: Giving local fishing communities a share of profits from sustainable tourism is one way of “opening their eyes” over the value of sharks and rays, say conservationists.
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Stormclouds gather for Facebook’s Libra currency
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 14 — International outcry is mounting over Facebook’s Libra — with central banks, governments and regulators railing against the social media giant’s upstart cryptocurrency...
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PayPal cautious about future of Libra cryptocurrency
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 14 — PayPal is cautious about the future of Facebook-backed cryptocurrency Libra, which is slated to debut with the pioneering digital payments firm as part of its oversight asso...
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Swiss welcome scrutiny on Libra
ZURICH: Switzerland welcomes international scrutiny of the way it oversees the Facebook-led Libra cryptocurrency project and is ready to work with other countries to ensure seamless supervision, the top Swiss financial watchdog said.
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BAT plans to cut 2,300 jobs
GENEVA: British American Tobacco Plc plans to cut 2,300 jobs as cigarette sales continue to decline in major markets and US President Donald Trump vows to tighten...
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BAT plans 2,300 job cuts as tobacco companies face pressure
GENEVA: British American Tobacco Plc plans to cut 2,300 jobs as cigarette sales continue to decline in major markets and US President Donald Trump vows to tighten...
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UN group says global trend of enforced disappearances is concerning
PETALING JAYA: A group of United Nations (UN) human rights experts is calling countries around the world to stop enforced disappearances instead of turning a blind eye.
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US official: Facebook’s Libra will be under money-laundering scrutiny
GENEVA: Facebook Inc’s planned Libra cryptocurrency will have to comply with American anti money-laundering standards in order to survive, even if it’s based in Switzerland, a senior US official i...
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Wearnes wins exclusive distributorship for Koenigsegg, Pininfarina and Rimac hypercars in Asia
Where do you go when a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Aston Martin seems too mainstream?
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Shanghai to build world's third largest cruise port
SHANGHAI: Shanghai is going to develop its Wusongkou Cruise Port into the world's third largest in terms of passenger trips and form an industrial chain worth 100...
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WTO top court backs Japan in case against S.Korea duties
GENEVA, Sept 11 ― The World Trade Organization (WTO) Appellate Body yesterday broadly upheld an April 2018 panel ruling against South Korea's anti-dumping duties on imports of pneumatic valves from ...
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UN: UK stands to lose US$16b on EU exports in case of no-deal Brexit
GENEVA, Sept 4 ― Britain could lose at least US$16 billion (RM67.3 billion) annually on exports to the European Union if it leaves without a deal and possibly billions more on trade beyond the bloc,...
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UN experts fear Myanmar military tortures suspects held incommunicado
Myanmar is holding insurgent suspects incommunicado in a practice that may be covering up torture, UN human rights experts said on Tuesday.
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Sabah to have its own enactment to protect marine life, says minister
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah wants to establish its own fisheries laws to better protect its resources as well as preserve the state’s marine life, including sharks.
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‘Sense of urgency’, as top tech players seek AI ethical rules
Top players in global tech companies kicked off work Sept 2 to draw up global ethical standards related to data and artificial intelligence, with Microsoft's president voicing a...
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'Sense of urgency', as top tech players seek AI ethical rules
GENEVA, Sept 3 ― Top players in global tech companies kicked off work yesterday to draw up global ethical standards related to data and artificial intelligence, with Microsoft's president voicing a ...
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China lodges tariff case at WTO against the US
HONG KONG/GENEVA : China has lodged a complaint against the United States at the World Trade Organization over U.S. import duties, the Chinese Commerce Ministry...
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GALLERY: VW Arteon previewed in M’sia; Oct launch
After the Volkswagen Arteon made its global debut in Geneva in 2017, the successor to the coupe-roofed CC made its first Malaysian appearance at the paultan.org Premium Auto Car Expo (PACE) 2018.
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Fisheries Dept: M'sia voted against shark protection as species not targeted
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia opposed an international resolution to protect certain species of sharks and rays from exploitation because they are not targeted species...
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Fisheries Dept explains M'sia's vote against protecting sharks, rays
The Fisheries Department has defended Malaysia's vote against the listing of certain sharks and rays as protected species under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Faun...
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Sequent launches smartwatch that uses the human body to charge
GENEVA, Aug 28 — On Monday, the Switzerland-based smart tech company Sequent Ltd announced that its automatically self-charging smartwatch, the SuperCharger2, has officially launched.
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Bufori CS prototype detailed, production car set for 2020 debut – 6.4L V8, 750 hp, carbon-kevlar body
It has been awhile since we caught up with Bufori, the Malaysia-based company making cars out of Kepong.
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M'sia votes against international bid to protect sharks, rays
Malaysia was among 40 countries that voted against a proposal to protect several species of sharks and rays from exploitation at a Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild F...
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Najib said he spent RM3.3m on gifts for wife of former Qatar PM, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: An investigating officer with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) told the High Court here today that Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) claimed he spent RM3.3 million on gif...
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Amazon, Microsoft, ‘putting world at risk of killer AI’: study
Amazon, Microsoft and Intel are among leading tech companies putting the world at risk through killer robot development, according to a report that surveyed major...
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Internships need to make sens(e)
AUGUST 20 — Fresh off the successful and timely lowering of the voting age, I am glad that the Ministry of Youth and Sports is working on another glaring gap in youth empowerment — financial remun...
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WTO quarterly trade growth indicator drops from May
GENEVA, Aug 15 — The World Trade Organisation (WTO) said today that its latest economic barometer showed that the growth in merchandise trade was likely to weaken further in the third quarter.
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Consider local factors in UN poverty study: MTUC
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 12): The United Nations (UN) mission to study extreme poverty in Malaysia starting this week must take into account several local factors for the findings to reflect the actual pover...
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Consider local factors in UN poverty study: MTUC
KUALA LUMPUR: The United Nations (UN) mission to study extreme poverty in Malaysia starting this week must take into account several local factors for the findings to reflect the actual poverty level ...
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MTUC: Consider local factors in UN poverty study
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 11 — The United Nations (UN) mission to study extreme poverty in Malaysia starting this week must take into account several local factors for the findings to reflect the actual pov...
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MTUC wants UN to consider local factors in extreme poverty study
The United Nations mission to study extreme poverty in Malaysia starting this week must take into account several local factors for the findings to reflect the actual poverty level in the country, sai...
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MTUC: Consider local factors in UN poverty study
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The United Nations (UN) mission to study extreme poverty in Malaysia starting this week must take into account several local factors for the findings to reflect the actual poverty level in the country, says the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC).
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Banned author rips into anti-khat lobby for opposing Jawi
PETALING JAYA: Controversial novelist Faisal Tehrani has waded into the Jawi-khat debate, launching a strongly worded attack on those opposed to the teaching of the script in schools, saying they are ...
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Facebook firm in its quest to launch Libra cryptocurrency
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on July 24 reaffirmed his commitment to the social network's quest to launch Libra cryptocurrency despite pushback from governments and critics.
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STMicro lowers full-year sales guidance as chip market remains volatile
PARIS: Franco-Italian chipmaker STMicroelectronics lowered its full-year sales guidance on Thursday in spite of improved activity in the second-quarter, signalling how the sector remains volatile given trade tensions between the United States and China.
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Facebook firm in quest to launch Libra cryptocurrency
SAN FRANCISCO, July 25 ― Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg yesterday reaffirmed his commitment to the social network's quest to launch Libra cryptocurrency despite pushback from governments a...
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Japan and South Korea clash at WTO over trade row
GENEVA, July 25 ― South Korea tried to bring international pressure to bear on Japan by airing its complaint at the World Trade Organization (WTO) yesterday, the latest move in a festering dispute t...
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Swiss data watchdog awaits details on Facebook crypto plan
Facebook Inc's Libra cryptocurrency project has not responded to an information request by Switzerland's data privacy watchdog, the authority said on Tuesday.
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WTO opens way for Chinese sanctions against US tariffs in Obama-era dispute
GENEVA, July 17 — The United States did not fully comply with a World Trade Organisation ruling and could face Chinese sanctions if it does not remove certain tariffs that break WTO rules, the WTO's...
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New permanent reps to the UN and Asean receive their letters
PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Dr Ahmad Faisal Muhamad and Kamsiah Kamaruddin have received their letters of appointment as the new Permanent Representative of Malaysia to the United Nations in Geneva and Permanent Representative of Malaysia to Asean in Jakarta respectively.
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Transperson’s CCM appointment above board, says deputy minister
Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye has defended the appointment of transperson Rania Zara Medina as a member of Malaysia’s Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS...
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Numan says 'no regrets' about leaving ministry post after LGBT backlash
Exactly one year ago, Numan Afifi made the decision to step down as the interim press officer to Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman following backlash over his LGBT rights activi...
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Hong Kong singer-activist urges UN rights body to defend territory
China is tightening its grip on Hong Kong and the territory’s autonomy and democratic freedoms are slipping away, a prominent Hong Kong activist told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday ...
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Philippines faces call for UN probe into war on drugs killings
More than two dozen countries formally called for a UN investigation into thousands of killings in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, activists said.
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Need to draw up a blueprint for work in the future
THE 108th session of the International Labour Conference that was held from June 10 to 21 in Geneva, Switzerland was significant, especially with the revolutionary leap into Industry 4.0, exodus tow...
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UN draft text on digital rights ducks call for spyware moratorium
UN member states are set to sidestep a call for a moratorium on commercial spyware, deciding instead to commission a study of how digital technology affects human rights, according to a draft UN human rights resolution seen by Reuters.
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UN: Warming to slash equivalent of 80 million jobs by 2030
GENEVA, July 1 — As climate change worsens, growing heat stress on workers in agriculture and other sectors will cause a productivity loss equal to 80 million full-time jobs over the next decade, th...
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Real World Economics: Why Policymakers Should Fear Libra
Facebook’s new global digital currency, Libra, which the company plans to launch as early as 2020, could transform the world.
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In U-turn, MTUC supports convention to eliminate violence, harassment at work
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) president Abdul Halim Mansor said he was committed to the government’s consent to ratify the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World ...
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MTUC to ratify C190 Convention on eliminating violence, harassment at work
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) president Datuk Abdul Halim Mansor (pix) said he was committed to the government’s consent to ratify the Elimination of Violence and Harassme...
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MTUC vote on ILO convention due to certain misconceptions
LETTER | It is with much regret that I note the diatribe in the media on the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) voting against the International Labour Organisation treaty to improve protection fo...
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Shocking: Tenaganita slams MTUC, MEF's Geneva vote on workplace violence, harrassment
PETALING JAYA: The decision of the Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) and Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) to vote against the Convention Concerning Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work is shocking, says human rights advocate Tenaganita.
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Towards safer workplaces
KUALA LUMPUR: Efforts will continue to create a safe workplace environment despite the government abstaining from voting on an international convention on workplace harassment, says Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minis­ter Hannah Yeoh.
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Random checks find employers not complying with minimum wage ruling
PUTRAJAYA: Random checks by the Human Resource Ministry on 274 employers nationwide recently found that almost 30 per cent of them did not comply with the RM1,100 minimum wage.
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Random checks find employers not complying with minimum wage ruling
PUTRAJAYA (June 27): Random checks by the Human Resource Ministry on 274 employers nationwide recently found that almost 30% of them did not comply with the RM1,100 minimum wage.
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India beats US in WTO renewables case
GENEVA, June 27 — World Trade Organisation judges sided with India today in a dispute against the United States over subsidies provided to American renewable energy companies.
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30% of employers not complying with minimum wage ruling
PUTRAJAYA: Random checks by the human resources ministry on 274 employers nationwide recently found that almost 30% of them did not comply with the RM1,100 minimum wage ruling.
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Random checks find employers not complying with minimum wage ruling
PUTRAJAYA: Random checks by the Human Resource Ministry on 274 employers nationwide recently found that almost 30% of them did not comply with the RM1,100 minimum wage.
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Mujahid condemned for using Chinese propaganda term in visit to Xinjiang ‘training centre’
PETALING JAYA: An activist has taken Mujahid Yusof Rawa to task over the minister’s apparent acceptance of a euphemism used by Beijing to describe a detention camp to house thousands of Muslim criti...
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Women’s group slams Pakatan for not backing UN labour treaty on workplace harassment
KUALA LUMPUR, June 26 — A women’s rights group today criticised the government and the Malaysian Trades Unions Congress’ (MTUC) decision to abstain from supporting an international treaty on har...
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Central bankers weigh up Facebook’s Libra plan
ZUG (Switzerland), June 25 — A senior member of the Swiss National Bank said he was open-minded about Facebook’s cryptocurrency project, while an Italian official looked for more information as ce...
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Facebook’s cryptocurrency gets a warm welcome in Geneva
ZURICH: Policy makers around the globe have been cool to the idea of Facebook Inc.’s planned Libra cryptocurrency. In Switzerland? They liked it so much, Facebook decided to set up shop there.
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WTO chief says states preparing for trade court shutdown
G The WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body (DSB), sometimes dubbed the supreme court of world trade, is in crisis due to Washington’s refusal to approve any new judges for its appellate division.
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We want absolute right for every worker, even migrants, to join a union, says MTUC
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) has denied the government’s accusation that it was against the ratification of the International Labour Organisation Convention 87 (C87). De...
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MTUC at loggerheads with HR Ministry, MEF over ratification of trade union rules
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) is at loggerheads with the Human Resources Ministry and the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) over the proposal for the ratification of a convention that would allow all workers, including migrants, the right to join and form unions.
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UN labour body adopts #MeToo pact against violence at work, Malaysia abstains
GENEVA: The U.N. agency overseeing international labour standards adopted on Friday a new treaty against violence and harassment in the workplace, fuelled by the women's #MeToo movement.
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Didn’t you oppose convention on freedom of association, ministry asks MTUC
PETALING JAYA: The human resources ministry today called out the Malaysian Trades Unions Congress (MTUC) for wanting to seek help from the United Nations to ratify an international convention which th...
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Facebook co-founder says Libra could shift monetary clout to private companies, reports FT
JUNE 21 — Facebook Inc’s Libra cryptocurrency would hand over much of the control of monetary policy from central banks to private companies, the company’s co-founder Chris Hughes said in an opi...
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MTUC: Get M’sia to ratify convention on right of association of all workers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) has asked the United Nations global labour centre to use all within its means to get Malaysia to ratify Convention 87 (C87), which deals with t...
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MTUC seeks UN's help to get Malaysia to reform labour laws
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) are seeking the help of the United Nations in an attempt to reform a labour law involving local and foreign workers.
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M'sia eyes working with Japan on technical and vocational training
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has held discussions with the Japanese government on collaboration on issues relating to labour and technical and vocational education training (TVET), says the Human Resource Minister.
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Facebook takes on the world of cryptocurrency with ‘Libra’ coin
SAN FRANCISCO, June 19 — Facebook unveiled plans yesterday for a new global cryptocurrency called Libra, pledging to deliver a stable virtual money that lives on smartphones and could bring over a b...
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Facebook reveals Libra cryptocurrency, with lofty goals
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18 — Facebook Inc revealed plans today to launch a cryptocurrency called Libra, the latest development in its effort to expand beyond social networking and move into e-commerce a...
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Facebook reveals Libra cryptocurrency, with lofty goals
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK: Facebook Inc revealed plans on Tuesday to launch a cryptocurrency called Libra, the latest development in its effort to expand beyond social networking and move into e-commerce and global payments.
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Chinese activists seek UN probe into Tiananmen crackdown
More than 20 Chinese activists who took part in the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement called on Monday on the United Nations’ top human rights body to investigate Beijing’s deadly crackdown ...
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Mahathir unaware of sex video allegedly involving minister
PUTRAJAYA • Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad yesterday denied knowledge of the spread of a sex video and several lewd photographs purportedly involving a Cabinet minister, The Star reported...
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Mahathir: I don't know anything about sex video purportedly involving a Malaysian minister
PUTRAJAYA - Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Tuesday (June 11) denied knowledge of the spread of a sex video and several lewd photos, purportedly involving a Cabinet minister, The Star rep...
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Iran has no plans to leave Opec despite tensions, says oil minister
GENEVA, June 8 — Iran has no plans to leave the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries despite being treated like an enemy by some fellow members, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said in an i...
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Resolved to make prices transparent
THE 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) on Tuesday adopted a resolution that will make the pricing of medicines more transparent.
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Health DG: Global drug price transparency resolution a start but more needed
KUALA LUMPUR: The World Health Assembly's adoption of a resolution for greater public disclosure of drug prices is a good start but more measures are needed, says Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
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WHO removes transgenderism from its list of mental disorders
PETALING JAYA: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has removed transgenderism from its list of mental disorders and activists welcome the move.
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66 African NGOs urge UK govt to drop opposition to drug price transparency resolution
KUALA LUMPUR: Following resistance by several developed countries at the World Health Assembly (WHA) to a drug price transparency resolution, of which Malaysia is a co-sponsor, 66 organisations from Africa have sent an open letter to the United Kingdom government demanding that it stop opposing the resolution.
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No discussions to shut down vernacular schools — DPM
BUKIT MERTAJAM (May 24): The Government has not discussed calls by certain non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to shut down vernacular schools, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wa...
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No discussions to shut down vernacular schools: DPM
BUKIT MERTAJAM: The government has not discussed calls by certain non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to shut down vernacular schools, according to Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan...
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DPM says no discussions to shut down vernacular schools
BUKIT MERTAJAM, May 24 — The government has not discussed calls by certain non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to shut down vernacular schools, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah ...
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NGOs claim move to block resolution on drug price transparency at WHA
KUALA LUMPUR: Several developed countries have been accused by NGOs of trying to kill the proposed resolution on drug price transparency at the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland.
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Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2 - UN arms research chief
The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War Two, a senior UN security expert said on Tuesday, calling it an “urgent” issue that the world should take more seriously.
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Malaysia committed to achieving Universal Health Coverage, says Dr Dzulkefly
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia plans to overcome the challenges of achieving universal health coverage (UHC), says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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WTO quarterly trade growth indicator remains at nine-year low
GENEVA, May 20 — The World Trade Organisation’s quarterly outlook indicator showed today that global goods trade growth was likely to remain weak, with a reading of 96.3, unchanged from February, ...
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Public can pay zakat through Mercy Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — It is now possible for Muslims to fulfil their zakat (tithe) obligations by paying it to the Malaysian Medical Relief Society (Mercy Malaysia).
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Yeo: Amendment will help track plastic waste trade
PUTRAJAYA: The recent amendment to the classification of plastic waste under the Basel Convention, an international treaty, will help Malaysia restrict the import of such wastes from other countries more effectively, says Yeo Bee Yin.
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