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    Six years ago, as Lazada watched Alibaba conclude yet another record-breaking 11.11 Global Shopping Festival in China, its management decided to bring the concept to Southeast Asia. And with that, the region’s leading e-commerce platform started an “Online Revolution,” its own annual shopping festival held on Dec. 12. “We launched 12.12 in 2012, with about three weeks of preparation, after we saw the success of 11.11” that year, said Lazada CEO Max Bittner. “We thought, ‘OK. Let’s see if we can replicate something similar.’” Just ahead of Lazada’s 12.12 shopping festival grand finale, CEO Max Bittner talks about how...
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    Motorcycling: Malaysia wins MotoGP’s best Grand Prix of 2017 award

    LONDON (REUTERS) – Malaysia’s motorcycle Grand Prix was named by the sport’s governing body on Tuesday as the best race of the 2017 MotoGP championship. Italian Andrea Dovizioso won the rainy race at Sepang in October in a Ducati one-two finish with Spanish team-mate Jorge Lorenzo. The circuit has been a fixture on the calendar since 1999 and is also used for pre-season testing. While the country’s MotoGP race was sold out this year, Malaysia said farewell to Formula One after declining ticket sales and dwindling visitor numbers. Honda’s Spanish rider Marc Marquez retained his MotoGP title for his...
  • (FILES) This file photo taken on April 4, 2016 shows a nurse showing vials of the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia, developed by French medical giant Sanofi, during a vaccination program at an elementary school in suburban Manila.
The Philippines said on December 1, 2017 it had suspended use of the landmark vaccine for the potentially deadly dengue virus after its manufacturer warned it could worsen the disease in some cases. The Philippines has vaccinated more than 700,000 children with the drug since 2016 when it became the first country to start using it on a mass scale. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS

    Philippines halts sale of Sanofi dengue vaccine amid health risk

    The Philippines has ordered French drugmaker Sanofi to stop the sale, distribution and marketing of its Dengvaxia dengue vaccine in the country after the company last week warned it could worsen the disease in some cases. The move comes days after the Southeast Asian nation suspended a government program to immunize hundreds of thousands of children with Dengvaxia following Sanofi’s findings released last week. “In order to protect the general public, the Food and Drug Administration immediately directed Sanofi to suspend the sale/distribution/marketing of Dengvaxia and cause the withdrawal of Dengvaxia in the market pending compliance with the directives of the FDA,”...
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