Malaysia morning news for February 12

Malaysia morning news for February 12

Malaysian manufacturing sales value up 7.7pc in 2018 The sales value of the manufacturing sector increased 7.7 per cent to RM824.8 billion in 2018, the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) said today. — Malay Mail Malaysia’s IPI up 3.4% in December 2018 Malaysia’s industrial production index (IPI) expanded 3.4% year-on-year in December 2018 driven by […]

Myanmar morning news for February 11

Myanmar morning news for February 11

Rohingya activists demand action against Myanmar at NYC summit The question of justice has dominated discussions at a New York conference on the persecution suffered by the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar. — Aljazeera Thilawa SEZ to attract more potential investments: Union Minister Thilawa Special Economic Zone will attract more potential investments as it was […]

Vietnam morning news for February 11

Vietnam morning news for February 11

Vinalines Logistics’ profit growth projected at least 10 percent Vinalines Logistics Vietnam Joint Stock Company (Vinalines Logistics) will improve logistics services and expand operational network in a bid to realise its target of attaining at least 10 percent in profit growth. — VietnamPlus How Vietnam’s high speed railway will get on track The proposed north-south […]

Malaysia morning news for February 11

Malaysia morning news for February 11

Malaysia’s Ex-PM Hit With More Charges In 1MDB Scandal – Trial Begins On Feb. 12 Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak has been charged with three more counts of money laundering amounting to $11.6 million. He pleaded not guilty after the charges were read out to him before Sessions Court judge Azman Ahmad on February […]

Myanmar morning news for February 8

Myanmar morning news for February 8

Chinese company proposes new circular railroad for Yangon Representatives from China Railway Engineering Co Ltd (CREC) have met with the Yangon Region government to discuss the possibility of constructing of a new Yangon circular railroad, U Than Naing Oo, a member of the Yangon Region Hluttaw’s Transportation, Communications, Construction and Industry Committee told The Myanmar […]

Vietnam morning news for February 8

Vietnam morning news for February 8

Hanoi aims for 7.6 percent economic growth in 2019 The People’s Committee of Hanoi has set a gross regional domestic product (GRDP) growth of 7.4-7.6 percent and an export growth of 7.5-8 percent for the capital city in 2019. — VNA NET Vietnam to create favourable conditions for private firms Vi?t Nam will continue to […]

Malaysia morning news for February 8

Malaysia morning news for February 8

Sugar tax to have minimal impact on F&N’s bottom line The impeding excise duty on sweetened beverages, starting from April 1, 2019, will have a minimal impact on Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd’s (F&N) bottom line, according to MIDF Research. — The Sun Daily Gov’t only promotes own products – DPM Deputy Prime Minister Datuk […]

Myanmar morning news for February 7

Myanmar morning news for February 7

Facebook bans four groups spreading violence in Myanmar Facebook announced today that it has removed four groups based in Myanmar that it has determined to be dangerous from its platform. — Engadget Oil seed imports dwarf exports Although oil crops are a priority under the Ministry of Commerce’s National Export Strategy (NES), the country’s imports […]

Vietnam morning news for February 7

Vietnam morning news for February 7

Vietnam keeps tough auto import rules despite criticism Vietnam plans to continue strict enforcement of automobile import rules, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung says, amid resistance to the year-old policy from overseas carmakers. — Nikkei Asian Review (paywall) Petrovietnam reports 26 percent hike in revenues last year Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group has […]

Malaysia morning news for February 7

Malaysia morning news for February 7

Chinese hunger for ‘world’s smelliest fruit’ threatens Malaysian forests Soaring demand for durians in China is being blamed for a new wave of deforestation in Malaysia with environmentalists warning vast amounts of jungle is being cleared to make way for massive plantations of the spiky, pungent fruit. — FMT MAHB rejects AirAsia’s offer to settle […]

Myanmar morning news for February 6

Myanmar morning news for February 6

5080 villages to receive electricity with World Bank support this year A total of 5080 villages will receive electricity this year as part of the National Electrification Plan (NEP) which is currently under implementation with World Bank assistance, U Thura Aung Bo, project manager and deputy chief engineer of NEP, told The Myanmar Times. — […]

Vietnam morning news for February 6

Vietnam morning news for February 6

VN’s supporting industries strive to be best in ASEAN Vietnamese enterprises have the potential to participate in regional and global production value chains on par with the leading countries in ASEAN, because Vi?t Nam has been a top priority choice of multinational corporations. — Viet Nam News Vietnam expects boost in shrimp exports Vietnam’s shrimp […]

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