Political unrest in Burma excludes no one, even the children.

Looming Civil War in Myanmar Urges UN to Act Immediately

Myanmar is on the verge of an intensifying civil war due to the country's military rule. The military's displacement of Aung San Suu Kyi...
Panasonic to stop Singapore operation due to arduous worldwide business standpoint.

Panasonic Ceases Singapore Operation Affecting 700 workers

The pandemic is evidently taking its toll on different businesses around the world. Panasonic will shut down its Singapore refrigeration compressor manufacturing operations. The...
Vietnam's Resolution 105 will help revive the country's dwindling economy.

Vietnam’s Resolution 105 Subsidizes Pandemic-Stricken Businesses

Vietnam proclaimed a new law called Resolution 105 to subsidize pandemic-stricken businesses in the country. It will help speed up the proliferation of the...

Malaysia steps up children inoculation for school resumption

The Malaysian government is targeting to ramp up the inoculation of eligible children this year to counter the rising number of deaths caused by...

Philippines’ Jollibee to Open More Fast-Food Chains in Europe, Inaugurates First Store this Week

Spain will see more of a happy bee standing in front of a fast-food chain. It means more smiles on everyone’s faces, especially kids...

Philippine carrier flies stranded Filipinos back home

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has given the green light to mount four special international flights to transport Filipinos stranded overseas. In a statement over...

Philippines COVID cases break past one million

Coronavirus infections in the Philippines have breached the one-million mark as the country struggles to keep the virus outbreak at bay. According to the Department...

Envoy pleads sanctions, no-fly zone into Myanmar

Myanmar’s envoy to the United Nations has called for sanctions and a no-fly zone into the country amid ongoing chaos between protesters and the...

UN slams Myanmar military over death of 70

The United Nations (UN) has condemned the killing of 70 people only this year since the country’s military regained control. Thomas Andrews, UN’s special rapporteur...

Philippines begins mass vaccination as Sinovac arrives

The Philippines has officially received the first batch of its coronavirus vaccine made by China-based pharmaceutical giant Sinovac Biotech. The military aircraft from China carrying...

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Malaysian farmers will benefit from the government-backed Agro-Food Takaful Insurance Scheme to compensate them for damages and losses due to natural disasters.

Agro-Food Takaful Insurance Scheme Gives New Hope to Malaysian Farmers

Farmers produce food for people to eat and without them, the world will go hungry. In Malaysia, farmers can take advantage of the Agro-Food...
Vietnam's tuna export to the US and the EU dramatically increases, finding it a sustainable replacement for chicken meat.

Vietnam’s Tuna Export Could Increase Despite Worldwide Inflation

Despite the worldwide inflation, Vietnam's tuna export is likely to increase in prices and volume. Vietnam's yellowfin tuna fishery is the major wild-capture export commodity....

Thailand lures EV production with more tax incentives

Prospects are looking brighter for the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand after the government on Tuesday approved two tax incentives in a bid...