Malaysia's KAB ventures into Vietnam's renewable energy market

Malaysia's KAB ventures into Vietnam's renewable energy market

Kejuruteraan Asastera Bhd. (KAB) has inked a deal with Janakuasa to enter Vietnam’s renewable energy market.
Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnamese steel exports recorded high growth

Vietnam's exports of iron and steel have been growing rapidly in the first five months of the year, with exports to the EU quintupling against the year prior.
Laos, Malaysia step up COVID-19 vaccination efforts

Laos, Malaysia step up COVID-19 vaccination efforts

Laos and Malaysia are working on their COVID-19 vaccination efforts in a bid to curb the spread of the pandemic.
Vietnam win 2-1 victory over Malaysia, taking huge step to World Cup qualification’s third round

Vietnam win 2-1 victory over Malaysia, taking huge step to World Cup qualification’s third round 1

Vietnam took a huge step towards making it to the third and final round of World Cup qualification for the first time in history with a tense 2-1 win over Malaysia on June 11 night.
Malaysia's Hibiscus Petroleum Berhad makes its foray into Vietnam

Malaysia's Hibiscus Petroleum Berhad makes its foray into Vietnam

Malaysian company Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd announced that its subsidiary had inked a deal with a Spanish energy company to acquire upstream assets in Vietnam.
US returns over 460 million USD retrieved from 1MDB funds to Malaysia

US returns over 460 million USD retrieved from 1MDB funds to Malaysia

Malaysia on May 12 said the US Department of Justice has returned 1.9 MYR (460.22 million USD) retrieved of funds recovered from assets related to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fund.
Malaysia sees highest daily death toll from COVID-19

Malaysia sees highest daily death toll from COVID-19

Malaysia on May 9 recorded its highest single-day death toll from COVID-19 after the coronavirus claimed 26 more lives, raising the total number of fatalities to 1,683, according to the Ministry of Health.
Singapore, Malaysia postpone leaders’ annual meeting due to COVID-19

Singapore, Malaysia postpone leaders’ annual meeting due to COVID-19

Foreign ministries of Singapore and Malaysia on May 2 said the 10th meeting between Prime Ministers of the two countries has been postponed to later this year due to COVID-19.
Over 36 pct of Japanese firms in Malaysia wish to expand operation: JETRO

Over 36 pct of Japanese firms in Malaysia wish to expand operation: JETRO

About 36.1 percent of Japanese enterprises doing business in Malaysia intend to further expand their operations in the next one to two years, mainly in the food, precision medical equipment and transportation, according to an annual survey by the Japan External Trade Organization.
Malaysia's Tenaga makes foray into Vietnamese solar market

Malaysia's Tenaga makes foray into Vietnamese solar market

TNB Renewables Sdn., Bhd. will acquire 39 per cent in a 21.6MW project comprising of five rooftop solar plants in Vietnam from Singapore’s Sunseap Group.
GE announces first commercial operation of 9HA.02 technology in Malaysia

GE announces first commercial operation of 9HA.02 technology in Malaysia

GE, CTCI, and SPG announced the start of commercial operation for Track 4A Power Plant in Malaysia that features GE’s first 9HA.02 Combined-Cycle Power Plant.
Malaysia sets tighter control on housing conditions for foreign workers

Malaysia sets tighter control on housing conditions for foreign workers

Malaysia’s Federal Territories Ministry will make it compulsory for every employer to provide details about accommodation for foreign workers being hired in order to obtain the development order approval.
Malaysia files WTO lawsuit against EU on palm-biofuel curbs

Malaysia files WTO lawsuit against EU on palm-biofuel curbs

Malaysia has recently filed a complaint with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) over the European Union (EU)’s rules affecting the consumption of palm oil-based biofuels.
Malaysia promotes free data flow within ASEAN

Malaysia promotes free data flow within ASEAN

Policies and regulations on free flow of data across the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) must be realised urgently to further promote digitalisation and its growing participation in the region, according to Malaysia’s national news agency Bernama.
Malaysian villagers escape floods on excavator as 28,000 evacuated

Malaysian villagers escape floods on excavator as 28,000 evacuated

Malaysian villagers were evacuated in an excavator while others swam through deep waters Wednesday as the number forced from their homes by floods rose to more than 28,000 with at least four dead.
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