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Baguio Sewage Treatment Plant Due for Upgrading, Expansion

The Mayor of Baguio City in the Philippines recently ordered the City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) to craft a program for the upgrading and expansion of the ...

Scatec Solar connects 65MW solar plant to grid

Scatec Solar, a Norwegian firm, and its partners have connected the 65 MW (DC) Jasin plant to the grid. This is the second of three 65 MW solar plants being built by Scatec ...

Sabah Considering Setting up Council to Promote Medical Tourism

The state government of Sabah in Malaysia is planning to set up a Health Tourism Council under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to promote Medical tourism in the state. ...

Petronas Initiates Production at Floating LNG Facility

Petronas, the Malaysian State Owned Enterprise (SOE) recently achieved its first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) drop at its floating LNG facility, PLFING Satu, at the Kebabangan ...

Perangsang Selangor Acquires Plastic Injection Molding Firm

Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor Bhd (Perangsang Selangor), a corporate entity owned by the state of Selangor, is buying a 100% stake in Toyoplas Manufacturing, an integrated ...

Oracle Launches Cloud Solution Hub in Malaysia

Oracle has launched a new Cloud Solution Hub in Kuala Lumpur to help organizations of all sizes, particularly Small and Medium Enterprises, to benefit from technologies such ...

New Facility in Malaysia to Assemble Chinese Y-12F Aircraft

A USD 100 million plant for assembly of the Harbin Y-12F aircraft  is under construction at the Alor Setar airport in Kepala Batas, Kedah, Malaysia. Once this facility is ...

Malaysian Ministry Signs Deals with Chinese Firms for Affordable Housing

The Malaysian Ministry of Housing and Local Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with 8 Chinese companies for potential future foreign direct investment and ...

Malaysia Fourth Biggest beneficiary of Sino-US Trade War

According to a research report by Japanese Bank Nomura, Malaysia is the fourth biggest beneficiary of the trade war. Vietnam is the biggest beneficiary, gaining 7.9% of its ...

Aeon Malaysia to Inject USD119 million on New Malls and Renovations

This fiscal year, Aeon Malaysia is set to spend approximately MYR 500 million (USD 119.2 million) on mall refurbishments and new locations. A slight decrease from last year, ...

Tokopedia Expanding E-Commerce Services to Keep Rivals at Bay

Indonesian e-commerce giant Tokopedia is expanding its one-day delivery guarantee to nearly all of its products in a move to keep rivals at bay. While the 100% Indonesia ...

Ratings Agency S&P Raises Indonesia’s Sovereign Rating to BBB

Credit rating agency, Standard & Poor's (S&P) upgraded the Sovereign Credit Rating of the Republic of Indonesia from BBB-/ Stable Outlook to BBB/Stable Outlook on 31 May ...

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