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Conmebol president eyeing World Cup

South America faces stiff competition from Morocco, Spain, Portugal and England who have expressed interest in hosting the 2030 tournament.

EU agrees to cut emissions from new cars by 37% by...

The automobile industry meanwhile had strongly rallied against the move warning that it could affect jobs.

Penang Forum challenges population figure given by CM

Saying Penang’s population will hit 1.98 million by 2030 and not 2.3 million as stated by Chow Kon Yeow, Penang Forum asks if the 'inflated' figure is to justify the transport master plan.

China to dethrone France as world’s most popular tourist destination by...

China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan and Malaysia are predicted to see the strongest increase in leisure arrivals over the next decade.

Japan’s Sapporo mulls shifting Winter Olympic bid to 2030

Sapporo is considering delaying its bid to host the Winter Olympics because of transports issues.

Ireland, UK may submit joint bid to host 2030 World Cup

MOSCOW: Ireland and the United Kingdom may submit a joint bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup, Sputnik reported, quoting local media. England’s Football...

Space experts worry US won’t make it to Mars by 2030s

The United States has vowed to send the first humans to Mars by the 2030s, but space experts and lawmakers on Wednesday expressed concern that poor planning and lack of funds will delay those plans.

SoftBank’s Son to create world’s biggest solar power company in Saudi...

Masayoshi Son says he expected the solar project to have the capacity to produce up to 200 gigawatts by 2030.

Survey: Malaysian parents prize university education

A majority of parents in a global survey say universities are very important for their kids' success.

Report: 80% of Malaysia will be urban by 2030

Kuala Lumpur, with RM765 million in total economic output, generates more than half of Malaysia’s GDP and is a bigger economy than Stuttgart or Stockholm, says study by the Martin Prosperity Institute.

No water cuts in Penang till 2030, says CM

Lim Guan Eng attributes this to a three-pronged strategy, including a 'heads will roll' philosophy for the top management if water rationing is imposed.