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Good news, bad news for Malaysia’s economy

ANN/THE STAR – After persevering for two years against the pandemic, Malaysia’s economy looks to be making progress, especially the tourism and export sectors that could capitalize on the weakening ringgit to bounce back. Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (Penang) Chairman Datuk Lee Teong Li said exporters of electronic goods, machinery and equipment benefitted from a …

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Residents asked to ‘get on board’ at this evening’s marina celebration | Daily Democrat

Residents are asked to “get on board” this evening for a public celebration and fundraiser for the Fort Madison marina project. The event 5-8 pm today will be held near the marina launch site and will include free Busch Light, along with other beers and wine sold by River Rocks. Food will be available for …

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Schneider Electric: The impact of circular electrical system maintenance on extended asset lifecycles

Over the last decades, the fight to control global warming has grown in momentum. Although we still have a long way to go, progress is being made. Many nations have embraced CO2 reduction targets across the globe, and innovations, such as circular electrical systems, are reducing our dependency on fossil fuels. Circular electrical systems use …

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Commentary: Effective communication: A key to better relationships | Chanhassen Opinion

Have you noticed what has been happening with communication in the last few years? We’re concerned because there seems to be a decline in effective communication. Today, we see how it’s more and more difficult to find subjects that people can discuss without polarization. There are divisions in society, politics, and healthcare. In doing some …

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