The Hanoitimes - Vietnam is still at a low level of automation compared with other countries in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia and Thailand. Malaysian Ambassador to Vietnam was impressed by Lunar New Year Malaysian Ambassador to Vietnam Khalid M. Zamruni believed that Vietnam has a bright prospect in developing its automotive industry because the country has a large market with 94 million people. the seminar on Vietnam – Malaysia Business Opportunities in Automotive Sector. Photo: Ha Phuong The ambassador expressed such belief on the sidelines of the seminar on Vietnam – Malaysia business opportunities in automotive sector on April 18 organized by MATRADE, the Trade Office of the Embassy of Malaysia, with the support from the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and Vietnam Industry Agency (VIA), a state body under the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam. However, Vietnam is still at a low level of automation compared with other … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s automotive industry has bright prospect: Malaysian Amb.
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Malaysian authorities have arrested two suspected poachers from Vietnam and seized body parts from tigers and bears, a minister said Tuesday, as the country clamps down on rampant wildlife trafficking. Two Vietnamese men, aged 25 and 29, were arrested Monday by a wildlife enforcement team in a national park in eastern Terengganu state, said Xavier Jayakumar, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister. BERNAMA photo The Southeast Asian nation is home to swathes of jungle and a kaleidoscope of rare creatures from elephants to orangutans and tigers, but they are frequently targeted by poachers. Two Vietnamese men, aged 25 and 29, were arrested Monday by a wildlife enforcement team in a national park in eastern Terengganu state, said Xavier Jayakumar, water, land and natural resources minister. The men were in possession of claws and teeth from the Malayan tiger, he said. The species once roamed the jungles of Malaysia in the thousands but is now critically endangered, with just … [Read more...] about Malaysia arrests Vietnam poachers, seizes tiger, bear parts
Forty-one Rohingya were found in northern Malaysia Monday, police said, the second group of the Muslim minority to arrive in the country within weeks, while about 200 more are feared trapped at sea. In this undated handout photo released Monday, dozens of people believed to be Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar who were dropped off from a boat are pictured on a truck before being taken to a police station near Sungai Belati, Perlis, Malaysia. Malaysian police say a group of 41 Muslim Rohingya men have been detained in the northernmost state of Perlis, the second batch to have landed in the country in just over a month. | MALAYSIA ROYAL POLICE / VIA AP Many Rohingya have been seeking in recent weeks to leave by sea from Bangladesh -- where they live in squalid refugee camps after fleeing their mostly Buddhist homeland Myanmar -- before the monsoon season starts in earnest. Security forces have prevented hundreds from departing for Malaysia with people smugglers on fishing boats. … [Read more...] about Rohingya arrive in Malaysia, more believed at sea
>>> Park’s side confident towards a positive result at Bukit Jalil >>> Vietnam not afraid of pressure from Bukit Jalil’s stands: Park Hang-seo The two are no stranger to each other as they played in the group stage. At that time, the Golden Dragons with reasonable tactics and clinical finishing earned a convincing 2-0 victory against the Malayan Tigers. But the reunion this time will be a completely different story. Malaysia have evolved since the defeat to Vietnam, as they defeated defending champions Thailand in the two-leg semi-finals to win their final berth. Harimau Malaya are desperately waiting to force Vietnam to "pay" for the 2-0 defeat in the group stage. The Malaysian coach and players have confirmed that they have prepared “a surprise” for their visitors. As playing hosts, surely the Malayan Tigers will put great pressure on the guests to seek advantage with a victory, before heading to the hard trip to Hanoi’s My Dinh Stadium … [Read more...] about Possible lineups Malaysia vs Vietnam
Those Vietnam fans who think that the comfortable 2-0 win over Malaysia in the group stage of the 2018 AFF Cup means that the two-legged final against the same opposition will yield a similar result should be careful. Fans from Vietnam and Malaysia cheer on their teams during the Suzuki Cup tournament. (Photos: AFP) Malaysia lost the opening game of the 2010 tournament 5-1 to Indonesia yet beat the same opposition 4-2 on aggregate to lift the trophy for the first, and to date only, time. There are always warnings to be found in history. This week, with the first leg in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday and the second in Hanoi on Saturday, is about history. It is about the chance for two passionate football nations to rule Southeast Asia for a second time and for two sets of players to put themselves into the history books. The two coaches certainly can. Vietnam coach Park Hang-seo can earn himself legendary status. Never mind books, the boss of the Golden Stars is going to be a … [Read more...] about Malaysia and Vietnam ready for fitting Suzuki Cup finale