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Philippines considers nuclear as a solution to potential baseload power crisis

But amendments to energy laws are needed, DOST-PNRI Director Carlo Arcilla said.

Philippines considers nuclear as a solution to potential baseload power crisis

But amendments to energy laws are needed, DOST-PNRI Director Carlo Arcilla said.

Singapore’s 30 most influential lawyers under 40

Amongst the awardees is the youngest fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers in Singapore.

Intiland embraces landed houses as an alternative to struggling high-rise market

The company’s landed residential sales rose by 23.8% and contributed the most by 59.4% in 9M22 YoY.

‘Mass exchange’ of lawyers push legal firms to review retention strategies

Some firms are now allowing their staff to work remotely for 20% to 50% of the time.

SNI adoption propels Indonesia's manufacturing to global competitive heights

The alignment of SNIs with international standards has increased by 26% in 2022.

8 investment ideas to achieve affluence in the year of prosperity

Financial experts said active portfolio management is crucial amidst economic uncertainties.

Three strategies for securing talents in the semiconductor industry amidst global chip shortage

The industry’s integrated circuit design and R&D space need more talent, SSIA said.

Mainland firms' influx brings new opportunities for local lawyers

GBA development allows qualified lawyers to practise domestic law within the area.

Hong Kong’s 10 most influential lawyers under 40 for 2022

Amongst the awardees is a lawyer offering legal assistance in Justice Without Borders.

Large operators to dominate flexible office market

Workthere said smaller brands will likely be acquired by large operators as competition in the market intensifies.

Firms revamp benefits to retain older workers as youth opt for opportunities abroad

A Randstad expert said employers should consider giving their employees financial literacy benefits.

BNPL regulations toughen debt prevention and financial literacy in APAC

The Philippines, Vietnam, and Indonesia are more vulnerable to the risks of credit products, Euromonitor International reported.

Ukraine crisis ushers in a new era of energy security for Asia

This is despite reports that the market may even be tighter in 2023 if China imports more LNG.

What hinders manufacturing firms from lowering their carbon footprint

Chevron Singapore Country Chairman Law Tat Win said the right policies and partnerships are needed for a cleaner energy shift.

How a 260-sqm command centre toughens security services

It brings together operational silos to offer 24/7 unified remote monitoring capabilities.

Reducing green hydrogen production costs hangs on gov’t support

Hydrogen can reduce 10% of the total emissions to meet the global net-zero target, IRENA said.

KS Orka’s gradual development model increases geothermal projects success

By implementing this strategy, the company can mitigate the risk of incurring a $5m loss from drilling a single well.