Malaysia Morning News For September 6

Malaysia Morning News For September 6

Malaysian Universities Storm 2018 Times Higher Education List The Times World University Rankings are out for another year with Malaysian Universities swamping the list, in the process disrupting the previously sedately moving ranking of Asean’s top Universities for 2018. — AEC News Today Malaysia summons Myanmar ambassador over ‘continuous violence’ against Rohingya Malaysia summoned Myanmar’s ambassador […]

Malaysian universities storm 2018 Times higher education list

Malaysian universities storm 2018 Times higher education list

The Times World University Rankings are out for another year with Malaysian Universities swamping the list, in the process disrupting the previously sedately moving ranking of Asean’s top Universities for 2018. Further up the list both of Singapore’s bastions of higher education – the National University of Singapore (NUS), and Nanyang University – demonstrated that […]

Cambodia Morning News For September 5

Cambodia Morning News For September 5

Cambodia First to Sign Digital Framework Agreement Cambodia has become the first Asean member nation to sign up to a UN framework aimed at the establishment of paperless cross-border trade in Asia. — AEC News Today Daily directors barred from leaving country The Tax Department yesterday issued a letter asking the Immigration Department to prevent Deborah […]

Malaysia Morning News For September 5

Malaysia Morning News For September 5

Malaysia’s ports to be enhanced with China’s cooperation Five new ports in Malaysia and China are now part of the China-Malaysia Port Alliance (CMPA), said Transport Minister, Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai (pix). — The Sun Daily US firm expands Hepatitis C generic licensing agreement to Malaysia More Hepatitis C patients will soon be able to […]

Cambodia First to Sign Digital Framework Agreement

Cambodia First to Sign Digital Framework Agreement

Cambodia has become the first Asean member nation to sign up to a UN framework aimed at the establishment of paperless cross-borer trade in Asia. The tiny Southeast Asia Kingdom joined Bangladesh and regional heavyweight China in a signing ceremony at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (Escap) headquarter […]

Cambodia Morning News For September 4

Cambodia Morning News For September 4

Why The Cambodia Daily Must Pay Its Tax Bill or be Shutdown Unless an (unlikely) miracle occurs, when tomorrow’s edition of The Cambodia Daily rolls off the printing press it will be the end of a tradition. Presented with a $6.3 million tax bill at the beginning of last month, the 24-year-old publication will close; […]

Malaysia Morning News For September 4

Malaysia Morning News For September 4

Malaysia strongly condemns North Korea’s missile test Malaysia on Monday (Sep 3) strongly condemned the nuclear test conducted by North Korea. — Channel News Asia Malaysia backs UN call to solve Rakhine crisis Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Malaysia echoes the call by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for Myanmar’s security forces to […]

Cambodia Morning News For September 1

Cambodia Morning News For September 1

ASEAN MPs Warn of Rights Deterioration in Cambodia Amid NGO, Media Crackdown Southeast Asian members of parliament expressed “grave concerns” Thursday over what they called a “worsening human rights situation” in Cambodia, where the government has launched a crackdown on NGOs and independent media outlets ahead of general elections next year. — Radio Free Asia Seed […]

Malaysia Morning News For September 1

Malaysia Morning News For September 1

Malaysia calls on Pyongyang to stop missile launches and suspend nuclear, ballistic missile programmes Malaysia has called on North Korea to stop missile tests and suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes. — New Straits Times Malaysia still top property hotspot for China Malaysia remains a top property hotspot for the Chinese even though overseas real […]

Cambodia Morning News For August 31

Cambodia Morning News For August 31

Container Markets Cashing in on Latest Consumer Trends When Srey Chanthorn’s company came up with the idea of launching a container market in Phnom Penh, based on a successful concept in Bangkok, he knew within days of opening that it was going to be very lucrative. —The Cambodia Daily Exhaustion causes 73 to faint at […]

Malaysia Morning News For August 31

Malaysia Morning News For August 31

Bursa Malaysia to close on Monday Bursa Malaysia Bhd and its subsidiaries will be closed on Monday (Sept 4) in conjunction with a special public holiday that was announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today. — The Edge Markets Malaysia’s Axiata to buy Pakistan telecom towers firm for $940 mn Malaysian telecommunications firm Axiata […]

Cambodia Morning News For August 30

Cambodia Morning News For August 30

Mission hits back at UN criticism of Cambodia’s ‘deteriorating’ political climate The Permanent Mission of Cambodia to the United Nations in Geneva shot back at the UN human rights office (OHCHR) yesterday for criticising what it characterised as the Kingdom’s deteriorating political climate, claiming the criticism was “unverified” and “politically motivated”. — The Phnom Penh Post […]