The short-range missiles fired from the Sunan into the East Sea were the fourth round of weapons launches this week.
Gridlocked and becoming more flood prone every year, Vietnam’s biggest city needs decisive action fast to secure its 10 million residents’ future quality of life. But can it overcome its funding woes and infrastructure paralysis?
At 9,900 sqm each, the US$40 million facilities in Goesan and Haenam will be able to store 10,000 tonnes of cabbages
Devices of more than a dozen senior government officials and advisers were infected with surveillance software made by Israel’s NSO Group.
An increasing number of trade mark owners with UK rights are choosing to engage UK-based representatives to avoid the risk of losing ‘cloned’ rights after Brexit.
The construction and infrastructure sector in the UK has consistently seen the highest level of insolvencies across all sectors of the UK economy since 2018.
A Terraform Labs representative said there is ‘no reasonable basis’ for the accusation of breaches of capital-markets law in South Korea, which has a warrant for Kwon’s arrest.
The food stall features 17 vendors hand-picked by curator, KF Seetoh, with 11 coming directly from hawker centres in Singapore.
A recent decree issued in Dubai refines the UAE Civil Code provisions on musataha rights as they apply within the Emirate of Dubai and in the context of commercial and industrial land owned directly or indirectly by the government.
The rise comes as Singapore tries to attract rich foreigners and talented professionals to bolster its workforce. Analysts said employment opportunity patterns in the regional rivals underscore their diverging fortunes.