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Company director accused of receiving kickbacks from foreign workers to consider hiring them
2020-01-21T17:09:39+08:00
January 21, 2020 5:09 PMSINGAPORE - The company director of an electrical engineering company has been charged with multiple employment offences, including allegedly collecting kickbacks... read more
Bank of Japan lifts growth outlook, keeps easy money policy
2020-01-21T17:04:19+08:00
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday slightly upgraded its growth forecast for the world's third-biggest economy but kept its super easy monetary policy unchanged.
Bank of Japan lifts growth outlook, keeps easy money policy
2020-01-21T17:04:19+08:00
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday slightly upgraded its growth forecast for the world's third-biggest economy but kept its super easy monetary policy unchanged.
I quit my dream job, went out of my comfort zone and I'm happier than ever
2020-01-21T13:44:49+08:00
I’m 30 and life has just begun. More than a year ago though, I was in a rut. The “me” today is a different person, but that didn’t happen until after I quit my dream job as... read more
Japan's Aeon aims to serve eco-certified sushi in time for Olympics
2020-01-21T16:44:42+08:00
Japanese supermarket chain Aeon Co Ltd , Asia's biggest retailer by sales, said it aims to start selling eco-certified sushi this year amid growing demand for sustainable seafood and... read more
Fukushima says radiation poses no threat to Olympic torch relay
2020-01-21T16:45:43+08:00
Fukushima prefecture, home to the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, on Tuesday reassured participants and spectators at the Olympic torch relay this year that they would... read more
Thunberg slams climate change inaction as Davos awaits Trump
2020-01-21T16:48:51+08:00
The starkly opposed visions of US President Donald Trump and Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg on climate change will clash in Davos on Tuesday as the World Economic Forum tries... read more
Japan's Aeon aims to serve eco-certified sushi in time for Olympics
2020-01-21T16:44:42+08:00
Japanese supermarket chain Aeon Co Ltd , Asia's biggest retailer by sales, said it aims to start selling eco-certified sushi this year amid growing demand for sustainable seafood and... read more
Greta Thunberg calls on world leaders to listen to young activists
2020-01-21T16:43:41+08:00
Greta Thunberg, who has inspired a new generation of activists to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, urged world leaders to listen to young people on Tuesday.
Fukushima says radiation poses no threat to Olympic torch relay
2020-01-21T16:45:43+08:00
Fukushima prefecture, home to the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, on Tuesday reassured participants and spectators at the Olympic torch relay this year that they would... read more
Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest
2020-01-21T16:55:31+08:00
President Donald Trump's historic impeachment trial begins in earnest Tuesday in the Senate, with Democrats calling for his removal from office and Republicans determined to acquit... read more
Late K-pop star Sulli's brother accuses father of trying to obtain her wealth
2020-01-21T16:50:18+08:00
Choi Dae-hee took to social media to say that their father had not even visited Sulli's grave.