LONDON: Unemployment in Britain will peak at 2.8 million people in 2010 as the recession forces more companies to slash jobs and cut costs, according to a study published on Tuesday.
STOCKHOLM: Dutch auto maker Spyker is optimistic about its chances of buying General Motors’ Swedish unit Saab and expects a response from GM this week, the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet reported yesterday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia continues to be a safe and competitive investment destination in Asia due to its well-developed physical and institutional infrastructure compared with other countries on the continent.The national economy is expected to continue showing low inflation, a strong... more »
KUCHING: The gaming sector is expected to remain robust next year as earnings from both the casino and number forecast operators (NFO) segments are forecasted to be resilient even during challenging economic and external conditions.
KUCHING: The Grand Margherita Hotel recently unveiled the brand new look of its main restaurant the Orchid Garden Coffee House.It was recently reopened after an extensive three-month renovation works.
KUCHING: The latest attraction in Kuching city ‘Golden triangle’ – The Hills Shopping Mall – is all set for its grand opening on Jan 20 next year.
KUCHING: The oil and gas sector (O&G) will continue to charge ahead with better times in the immediate term as new contracts are due to be awarded soon.
ZAGREB: Croatia’s high jump world champion Blanka Vlasic and skier Ivica Kostelic were named the country’s top athletes of the year for 2009 by a national newspaper Sunday.