The masterpiece mosaic of 112,031 Lego bricks featuring Jinbao, the mascot of the China International Import Expo, at the Danish company’s 378sqm booth at the Expo has made it stand out as one of the most noticeable exhibits.
One company in northern France is doing its profitable best to give an environmental makeover to smartphones, whose circuitry, batteries and plastics have become a polluting blight over the past decade.
AChina-backed bid to complete the world’s largest trade deal – without the US – was pushed back to next year after Asia-Pacific trade ministers failed to agree key terms at a Singapore summit.
Cambodia's economy faces new challenges that could affect the growth of trade and investment inflows as international manufacturers possibly move operations to Vietnam after the country made new trade deals with major markets, sever
State-owned Rural Development Bank (RDB) plans to request another $50 million from the government for the rice industry, as it has already lent $49 million to the sector, says RDB CEO Kao Thach.
The price of corn in Battambang province increased by 130 riel ($0.03) to 590 riel per kilogramme in the second harvest season compared to the first, the provincial Department of Commerce said.
AS MORE people in Myanmar become aware of the benefits brought by technology, Flymya.com – the nation’s leading one-stop travel portal owned by local investment firm BOD Tech Co Ltd – is eyeing bigger growth in the years ahead, Mike Than Tun Win, the firm’s founder and chief executive, said.
Cuba was among the top five countries attracting Vietnamese investment in the first 10 months of this year, according to the Foreign Investment Agency.
Major oil producers said on Sunday that crude supply next year would outstrip demand, calling for new strategies based on production adjustments.
Samsung Electronics Co plans to launch its first foldable smartphone in March, along with a fifth-generation network-powered Galaxy S10, industry sources said on Monday.
Singapore’s prime minister made an impassioned plea on Monday for open markets and warned “political pressures” were driving countries apart, in a swipe at rising protectionism at the start of a gathering of world leaders.