Vietnam’s Industry 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges

In a recent Industry 4.0 summit in July 2018, the Vietnamese prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated that his administration was committed to creating a favourable environment for international organisations to collaborate in research and technology transfer with Vietnamese counterparts.

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Sungai Siput MP: She is the one harassing me

PUCHONG: Sungai Siput MP S Kesavan of PKR acknowledged that he is the MP embroiled in a sexual harassment case following a police report lodged against him. He, however denied the allegation, saying the woman was never his former parliamentary

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Australia polls, Labor tipped for victory

Australians flocked to the polls today capping a bitterly fought election that may be the first anywhere decided by climate policy. Between 16 and 17 million people are expected to vote across the vast island-continent, with the centre-left Labor party

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Address ship seizure by ‘gangster’ US: Pyongyang tells UN chief

PYONGYANG: North Korea urged the United Nations (UN) secretary general Antonio Guterres to deal with the ‘illegal’ seizure of one of its cargo ships by the US. “This act of dispossession clearly indicates that the US is a gangster country

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DPM’s Wesak Day message: Reject all forms of extremism

PUCHONG: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail today urged Malaysians to reject all forms of racial and religious extremism. Speaking in conjunction with the Wesak Day celebration which falls tomorrow, she also said that ‘Malaysia Baru’

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Sexual harassment by MP: Cops on the case

PUCHONG: Police have confirmed receiving a report from a former aide to a PKR MP in Perak alleging that she was sexually harassed by the latter. Selangor CID chief SAC Fadzil Ahmat said the report was lodged in Selangor but

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Iran: We can easily hit US ships in the Gulf

DUBAI:  In a sharp rebuke against the US, Iran said that it could “easily” hit U.S. warships in the Gulf, the latest in days of sabre-rattling between Washington and Tehran, while its top diplomat worked to counter US sanctions and

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‘No freeze in the intake of foreign workers’

PUCHONG: The Human Resources Ministry clarified that there is no freeze in the recruitment of foreign workers although many applications to bring in workers have been rejected for non-compliance with the law. The ministry said, in a statement, that it

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Ladang Bangi temple: MPKj and police break open lock blocking access road

BANGI: The Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) and the police finally broke open the lock that was blocking the access road to the Sri Maha Karumariamman Temple in Ladang Bangi yesterday. Parti Sosialis Malaysia central committee member S Arutchelvan said the

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