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    The government was hoping to sign off on the final wording at the ASEAN conference in Singapore this week, but the Indonesian side may seek a commitment from Australia first. Reported by SBS 5 minutes ago.

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    The government was hoping to sign off on the final wording at the ASEAN conference in Singapore this week, but the Indonesian side may seek a commitment from Australia first. Reported by SBS 4 minutes ago.

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    MIFF Holds 25th Anniversary Customer Appreciation Dinner *Celebrating 25 Great Years with You, For You*

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Nov. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF), organised by UBM Malaysia, held a customer appreciation dinner on 9 November to honour loyal exhibitors of the annual trade show that grew from humble beginnings to become Southeast Asia's largest and also a global top 10 industry event.MIFF presents loyalty award to exhibitors who have been participated for 25 years, over 15 years and over 10 years in MIFF series in 2019

     Malaysia Primary Industries Minister YB Teresa Kok was the Guest of Honour at MIFF 25th Anniversary Exhibitor Appreciation Dinner

    Over 400 guests attended the gala held in the spacious setting of the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) which co-hosted the biggest ever MIFF grossing 100,000 sqm in March 2018.

    The 25th edition of MIFF is scheduled from March 8-11 next year again in MITEC and the nearby Putra World Trade Centre, the first venue of MIFF in 1995.

    Malaysia's new Minister of Primary Industries responsible for the overall development of plantation and commodity sectors Madam Teresa Kok was the guest-of-honour at the gala dinner.

    "Tonight is not just about the achievement of MIFF. Tonight is also a celebration of the local furniture industry, together we have put Malaysia on the global furniture map. On this occasion, it is only fitting to express our sincere appreciation to the people who helped make it happened -- exhibitors and our partners from the government and private sectors," said Datuk Tan Chin Huat, MIFF founder and chairman.

    "The direction of MIFF will be the same as it was started -- to help exhibitors find international buyers and increase exports. The key lesson from the last 25 years is that we must remain relevant by meeting the needs of exhibitors and buyers. Thank you once again for your trust and support, and continue the journey of success with us."

    MIFF is the country's first international furniture trade show and its growth reflects the transformation of a once cottage industry in Malaysia into a global export giant in a span of three decades. In 2017, Malaysia was the world's ninth biggest exporter with shipments worth RM10.1 billion to over 160 countries led by the United States, Singapore, Japan, Australia and Britain as the top destinations.

    The guest attendance was a power list of the local furniture companies which had participated in MIFF ranging from 10 to 25 years.

    A third of the 118 companies feted had exhibited for at least two decades, including 14 from the first batch of 152 exhibitors. They are Euro Chairs, Boston Office Furniture, Eurospan Furniture, Green River Wood and Lumber Manufacturing, Latitude Tree Furniture, Merry Fair Chair System, Mieco Manufacturing, Seng Yip Furniture, Seni Daya Woods Industries, Southern Furniture, Tube Home, Fella Design, LB Furniture and Poh Huat Furniture Industries.

    Also attending the dinner was Mr. Keh Wee Kiat, president of Muar Furniture Association, the country's largest industry group and a strategic partner of MIFF since 2013.

    Muar's official recognition as the "Furniture City of Malaysia" will be highlighted at MIFF 2019. The southern city, which produces all types of furniture and 70% of Malaysian furniture exports, will have over 200 exhibitors.

    MIFF 2019 will feature an estimated 650 suppliers from Malaysia and other top Asian furniture producing countries. The show is expected to draw 20,000 attendees from 140 countries.

    More information, visit www.miff.com.my.

     

    *About MIFF *

    MIFF is Southeast Asia's most global and largest furniture trade show serving 20,000 furniture professionals from 140 countries across the world. Held annually from March 8-11, the show offers a comprehensive selection of all home and commercial furniture including Malaysia's renowned top quality wood furniture and the most extensive office solutions in the region.

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    Logo - https://photos.prnasia.com/prnh/20170222/8521701055LOGO Reported by PR Newswire Asia 7 minutes ago.

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    SYDNEY (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Australia on Friday for talks on trade, investment, and the two countries’ reconciliation after World War II. Abe will meet Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Darwin, becoming the first Japanese leader to visit the city since its bombing by Japanese forces in 1942. Morrison says […] Reported by Seattle Times 50 minutes ago.

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    · *Asian equities are under pressure, tracking the drop in oil prices. *
    · *Concerns of a slowdown in China are likely adding to the bearish pressure around the stocks. *

    Asian stocks are reporting losses, possibly tracking the overnight slide in oil prices and due to fears the Chinese economy may slow more than expected in the coming quarters.

    At press time, the Shanghai Composite is down 0.20 percent and shares in Hong Kong have shed 0.5 percent. Japan's Nikkei is flat-lined, while stocks in South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand are down between 0.3 percent to 1 percent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan down 0.07 percent.

    The US oil prices fell 7 percent yesterday - its biggest one-day loss in more than three years - indicating growing concerns about weakening world demand and oversupply.

    Further, China October retail sales released earlier today showed softening domestic demand, meaning the world's second-largest economy could slow more than expected in the coming quarters.

    The risk assets have been under pressure this week on concerns of peak growth for corporate earnings and the US economy.

      Reported by FXstreet.com 47 minutes ago.

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    SYDNEY (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Australia on Friday for talks on trade, investment, and the two countries' reconciliation after World War II.Abe will meet Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Darwin,... Reported by New Zealand Herald 43 minutes ago.

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    Cricket: White Ferns set for early exit from T20 World Cup after falling to Australia The White Ferns are dreaming of a World Cup miracle, but they're about to be woken up.A 33-run defeat to Australia in their second game of the Twenty20 Women's Cricket World Cup has dropped the White Ferns to 0-2, and left them... Reported by New Zealand Herald 39 minutes ago.

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    Developing countries are popular for surrogacy because costs are much lower than in countries such as the United States and Australia. Reported by Sydney Morning Herald 34 minutes ago.

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    Australia are through to the women's World Twenty20 semi-finals as Alyssa Healy helped them to a 33-run victory over New Zealand in Guyana. Reported by Brisbane Times 12 minutes ago.

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    COFFS HARBOUR, Australia (AP) — Defending champion Sebastien Ogier goes into this weekend's Rally Australia with a chance to clinch his sixth World Rally Championship in a row. Thierry Neuville, a runner-up four times but never a... Reported by New Zealand Herald 18 minutes ago.

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    Women's World Twenty20 highlights: Pakistan beat Ireland and Australia see off New Zealand Watch the best moments from day five of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 as Javeria Khan sets a record score for Pakistan and Alyssa Healy's half century provides the platform for Australia's win. Reported by BBC Sport 2 minutes ago.

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    New Zealand will host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup after out-voting Australia. Reported by Brisbane Times 2 hours ago.

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    Emily Ratajkowski delivers heartfelt speech at GQ Awards She's been sporting a number of string bikinis in Sydney since landing in Australia on Sunday. Reported by MailOnline 3 hours ago.

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    I'm A Celebrity 2018: The hit show is returning to ITV for a brand new series next month [ITV] I'm A Celebrity is set to return to screens for a brand new instalment for 2018, with a whole new host of celebrities set for the line-up. This year Holly Willoughby will be filling in for Ant McPartlin and will front the reality series alongside long-time presenter Declan Donnelly. Meanwhile Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett and Joe Swash will ... Reported by OK! 2 hours ago.

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