• No salmonella-contaminated Aussie salad products in Malaysia, says Health Ministry

    PUTRAJAYA: Australian salad products contaminated with salmonella have not made their way into Malaysia. Confirming this today, Health Department director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN) under the World Health Organization (WHO) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have confirmed that the products involved are only exported to Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand. Dr Noor said the Australian Agricultural Department also confirmed that the salad products are not exported to Malaysia.

  • Singapore-registered vessel released after hijacking
    Singapore-registered vessel released after hijacking

    Nigerian authorities have secured the release of a Singapore-registered container vessel that was hijacked off the Nigerian Coast. At the time of the incident, the vessel was on its way from Pointe Noire, Congo to Port Onne, Nigeria with 25 crew.

  • Calling small business owners! Modalku might just be the startup you’re looking for
    Calling small business owners! Modalku might just be the startup you’re looking for

    The Founders of Singapore’s Funding Society bring the concept of supporting local SMEs home to Indonesia. Loan platforms seem to be a growing trend in the Indonesian fintech scene lately, with the appearance of individually targettted services such as Tunaiku, UangTeman, and even a crowdlending site for social businesses called GandengTangan. e27 recently chatted with... The post Calling small business owners! Modalku might just be the startup you’re looking for appeared first on e27.