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America’s government is spending lavishly to revive manufacturing

Economist 02 Feb 2023
On January 31st General Motors, a big carmaker, announced a $650m investment in a new lithium mine in Nevada ... The trouble is, many of the minerals concerned are concentrated in countries with which America does not have a free-trade agreement, including Malaysia and Indonesia in the case of nickel, and Argentina in the case of lithium.
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Patrick Reed defends ruling after his ball got stuck in a tree in Dubai

Golf Week 29 Jan 2023
“And you could definitely see and identify the line with the arrow on the end, and the rules official, luckily, was there to reconfirm and check it to make sure it was mine as well.”. “The only other time I’ve ever been in a tree was in Malaysia ... in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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Select Committee of Parliament directs attention regarding the future plans of Board of Investment of ...

Sri Lanka News 27 Jan 2023
A presentation was done on this regard ... Furthermore, there was a discussion regarding the high level of investment in countries like Vietnam and Malaysia and the measures to be taken to reach that level in Sri Lanka. Moreover, the need to properly mine the mineral resources in Sri Lanka and sell them to the foreign market was also discussed ... A ... .
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Growing trade ties

The Manila Times 25 Jan 2023
Leighton Asia currently operates in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and India. Leighton Asia is a member of the CIMIC Group, an engineering-led construction, mining, services and public private partnerships leader with a history dating back to 1899.
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Indonesian government accused of putting lives at risk with zinc mine permit

The Observer 12 Jan 2023
Villagers in North Sumatra have accused the Indonesian government of putting their lives at risk by allowing a zinc mining firm to operate in an area prone to earthquakes and flooding ... They fear for their safety as the mine, which is expected to be operational in 2025, will sit on the Great Sumatran fault ... “We don’t need a mine.
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Explainer: What the world's nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

Reuters 17 Dec 2022
Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology ... Major landslides in Malaysia, article with galleryDecember 16, 2022.
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Explainer-What the world's nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

Yahoo Daily News 17 Dec 2022
By Gloria Dickie ... summit in Montreal this week ... Environment Programme ... BRAZIL ... 10 ... Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology.
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Explainer-What the world’s nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

FX Empire 17 Dec 2022
By Gloria Dickie ... summit in Montreal this week ... Environment Programme ... Brazil ... 10 ... Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology.
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China Dominates the Rare Earths Market. This U.S. Mine Is Trying to Change That.

Politico 14 Dec 2022
Mine Is Trying to Change That ... Trucks descend into Mountain Pass rare earth mine ... The 400-foot pit, nestled in the foothills of California’s Clark Mountain Range, is home to the only rare earths mine in the United States ... DoD recently invested in Lynas, an Australian rare earths mining company that has operations in Australia and Malaysia.
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Malaysia's IPI grows 4.6 pct in October

Xinhua 13 Dec 2022
13 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's Industrial Production Index (IPI) grew by 4.6 percent in October, supported by expansion in mining and manufacturing sectors, according to official data. The mining index rose 8.6 percent in October, while the manufacturing index climbed ...
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A long-awaited journey on Malaysia's 'jungle' railway

The National 24 Nov 2022
But with Malaysia having recently lifted its entry restrictions — the country was off-limits for two and a half years – I finally have my chance ... Originally a North African plant, today it covers more than 20 per cent of Malaysia’s surface and about 50 per cent of its planted area, making the country the world’s second-biggest producer of palm oil.
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Tusk Innovation Announces New Products Black Friday

Algeria Times 18 Nov 2022
You can simply mine your coins and not bother about the markets volatility.Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and United Kingdom, Tusk Inc has distinguished itself from others, in that customers can get crypto wallet development services as well as graphics processing units from the company, which has offices on three continents.
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SME Bank helps Malaysian SMEs go global

Khaleejtimes 14 Nov 2022
SME Bank of Malaysia in collaboration with Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), organised a trade delegation to the UAE in conjunction with the recently concluded oil and gas show (ADIPEC) in Abu Dhabi ... The mission was led by Datuk Dr Mohammad Hardee Ibrahim, group chief corporate strategy officer of SME Bank Malaysia.
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Scientists Manufacture Material in a Lab That Doesn't Exist on Earth

Slashdot 14 Nov 2022
"It — until now — has only been found in meteorites." ... In the meantime, China's competitors are working hard to source rare earths of their own. The US is investing in mines in Australia; there's exploration ongoing in Malaysia, and the Japanese are researching ways to extract elements from mud mined from the sea bed ... .
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Malaysia's IPI grows 10.8 pct in September

Xinhua 08 Nov 2022
8 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's Industrial Production Index (IPI) grew 10.8 percent in September, driven by mining and manufacturing sectors, official data showed Tuesday. The manufacturing sector output increased by 10.4 percent in September, the Department of Statistics Malaysia said in a statement.

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