Saturday, December 4, 2021

business

Turkish aerospace giant opens shop in Malaysia

Turkish and Malaysian engineers will work in the new office to carry out joint studies in a variety of areas including unmanned aerial vehicles, jet trainers, helicopter projects and modernisation programmes for the global aviation ecosystem.

Vietnam’s commercial hub back in business after 3-month lockdown

Almost half of Vietnam's total 790,000 virus cases were reported in the city, along with three-quarters of the country's deaths.

Have PhD, will deliver food: Riders hit the road in pursuit of their dreams

While food delivery riders are often dismissed as an extension of their service, many see their jobs as a stepping stone to bigger things.

Cobbling a living together during the Covid-19 pandemic

Small-time shoe repair businesses are feeling the impact of the pandemic and lockdowns while those in the food supply chain struggle to keep produce fit for the market.

Bosses group thanks Muhyiddin, Miti for pro-business policies

The MEF says constant engagement was held with stakeholders on the needs of the business sector.

Despite green light, Delta keeps Sarawak eateries uneasy over dine-ins

Some say safety comes first while others have no choice but to reopen for dine-ins in order to survive.

Tourism industry isn’t out of the woods yet

More agile planning is needed to help the tourism industry navigate the Covid-19 crisis.

Small business casualties mount under prolonged lockdown

Many are running out of money while others have shut down or are on the brink of closure.

Hong Kong financial market trading starts after ‘black rainstorm’ delay

The storm delayed a flight carrying Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and her delegation to Beijing for the Chinese Communist Party's 100th anniversary celebrations.

Unemployment rate for April 2021 drops to 4.6%

This is the lowest rate since October last year.

Give aid to those declared bankrupt too, business group tells govt

The Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia says those in this group are currently unable to apply for the aid introduced by the government to cushion the impact of Covid-19.

Malaysia tops list of expansion opportunities for Chinese companies in Asean

Some 65% of Chinese companies in a recent survey place Malaysia at the top of their list.

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