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On the mark for M’sia Games

JOHOR BARU: The state government is expected to spend at least RM270mil to host the Malaysia Games (Sukma) here in 2020.

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Experts offer tips and insights

That was why about 200 participants gave their thumbs-up to The Star Outstanding Business Awards 2018 (SOBA) Lab workshop.

Corporate News

Better earnings seen for MSM in second half

PETALING JAYA: The decline of raw sugar prices will translate into better earnings for MSM Malaysia Bhd in the second half of this year, said CIMB Research.

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Former bank staff recall old times

ABOUT 220 former employees of United Asian Bank gathered for the 10th UAB Fellowship Dinner at the Royal Lake Club in Kuala Lumpur.


It’s time to pick the best developer in Johor

PETALING JAYA: Join us in celebrating Johor’s most inspiring property developments with your votes for The Best Choice awards at


MIC politician to be charged with money laundering

PUTRAJAYA: An MIC politician, who is already facing charges for submitting false claims, will be taken to court again today – this time for money laundering involving RM6mil.


Chua wins crucial step to contest party polls

KUALA LUMPUR: Although Tan Sri Dr Chua Soi Lek (pic) has yet to comment about contesting in the coming party polls, his supporters are exci­ted.


Exco: We’re trying to make sense of PM’s comments

JOHOR BARU: The Prime Minister’s statement on foreign ownership in the mammoth Forest City project came as a shock for the state government, a state exco said.


Setback for foreign property buyers in Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Property consultants are petrified by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s statement that foreigners will not be allowed to buy residential units in Forest City, one of four islands being reclaimed by Chinese developer Country Garden Holdings Co in a multi-billion venture.


Confusion over property policy

JOHOR BARU: The Prime Minister’s announcement that foreigners will be barred from buying properties at the multi-billion-ringgit Forest City has sparked a scramble among developers and buyers.