This is to ensure Sarawak has sufficient gas to drive the downstream activities of the natural gas industries in the state, says Abang Johari.
The Malaysian Employers Federation says students at all levels must be equipped with proper technology and IT knowledge if the nation wants to compete successfully.
Mida hopes more manufacturers will take advantage of the automation capital allowance aimed at encouraging automation, especially in labour-intensive factories.
Commerce Minister Zhong Shan says China would allow full foreign ownership of companies in more areas of the economy.
Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding with General Electric Co. after US officials warned that US-Iraqi relations would be at risk if the government accepted the deal with Siemens.
The prime minister says at the very least, they should vote during elections.
State exco member Phee Boon Poh says there are 97 licensed factories while 185 more in the state are being legalised.
Today, businesses and marketers are desperately anticipating the murderous whims of Gen Z, the demographic born after 1996.
Fortify Rights legal director Eric Paulsen says serious human rights abuses may arise and points out the need for the authorities to first clean up the system.
Duties on US$34 billion of Chinese goods will take effect just after midnight in Washington, President Donald Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on his way to a rally in Montana on Thursday.
They provide 38,000 skilled jobs.
Former Sabah chief minister says Malaysia is importing RM40 billion worth of food, mainly from Australia, to fulfil its domestic demands.
Mida CEO Azman Mahmud says companies must think ahead and welcome advancements in technology that make them more efficient.
Top Glove chairman Lim Wee Chai says businesses get disrupted by an unplanned holiday, with the salary cost estimated at RM1.5 billion.
In a sarcastic rebuke, Ahmad Bashah explains his policy to reclaim rice fields near urban areas for industries.
The recent 5 sen hike in diesel may impact the Malaysian economy more severely than the man on the street is aware.
Many countries, including Malaysia, have forgone agriculture for other sectors, and this poses risks.
Two men arrested in Kamunting on suspicion of running syndicate that was active in Kedah, Penang and Perak for past two years.