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    Lazada, Uber and Netflix team up ahead of Amazon’s expected entry into Southeast Asia

    Amazon isn’t in Southeast Asia yet — the e-commerce giant pushed back plans to enter early this year — but that isn’t stopping future rival Lazada teaming up with a range of companies to offer an Amazon Prime-style membership package in advance of its arrival. Lazada, the e-commerce firm that is majority owned by China’s Alibaba, today announced an alliance with Netflix and Uber on a membership program called LiveUp. For a fixed yearly fee of SG$28 ($20), LiveUp subscribers gain access to a range of deals across services from the companies. Those includes promotions and faster/free delivery for e-commerce stores Lazada and Taobao...
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    MAS will become the first airline ever to track fleet with satellites

    After the back-to-back tragedy struck the nation some years back with the disappearance of the mysterious MH370 and the loss of MH17, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) have had to struggle to stay afloat for a while. They brought in Peter Bellew who managed to turn things around for them, but the overarching concern remained: something had to be done about safety.  And that something has come. In collaboration with Aireon, SITAONAIR and FlightAware, MAS is now able to monitor flight paths of its planes anywhere in the world. Under the agreement, MAS aircrafts can now access minute-by-minute flight tracking data...
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    GSC Movies brings to our members from the KL Expat Malaysia platform 60 FREE tickets to the International Screen – THE STOPOVER on the 2nd May 2017 (Tuesday) – 9pm @ GSC Pavilion KL, Hall 6.   SYNOPSIS At the end of their tour of duty in Afghanistan, two young military women, Aurore and Marine, are given three days of “decompression leave” with their unit, among tourists, at a five-star resort in Cyprus. But it’s not that easy to forget the war and leave violence behind.   Promotion rules: Readers to redeem two (2) International Screen – THE STOPOVER in preview screening tickets at...
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