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Nation

A sports complex to pamper women

PUCHONG: Malaysia is to have its first women-friendly sports complex that will have amenities such as a children’s nursery, spa and beauty salon, says Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.

Business

New housing policy 2.0 in Sept likely to focus on reducing prices

KUALA LUMPUR: The new national housing policy 2.0 expected to be announced in September will focus on reducing house prices by lowering the compliance costs.

Business

UBS bucks trend, keeps US$2mil bar for rich clients

HONG KONG: UBS Group AG has no plans to follow other banks and raise the US$2mil threshold for access to its private banking services, the Swiss bank’s China head of global wealth management said.

Metro News

‘Swept up by Ipoh’s charms’

Experts agree the city has much to offer retirees.

Nation

‘Long-term solution needed on foreign labour’

JOHOR BARU: The Government should come out with a long-term solution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to hire foreign workers, according to its past head.

Letters

Craft a needs-based policy

From TAN SRI MOHD SHERIFF MOHD KASSIM, Kuala Lumpur.

Business

Trump’s trade policy darkens German corporate mood

BERLIN: German business confidence dipped in July, suggesting a slew of risks, including the threat of US tariffs on cars and car parts, is starting to unsettle company executives in Europe’s largest economy.

Business

Saudis borrow more as govt’s austerity programme bites

RIYADH: Saudi nationals are borrowing two to three times more money than last year as government moves to shore up public finances push living costs through the roof.

Business

Buy yen in crisis? Not this year

LONDON: The trade is familiar to investors worldwide: in times of turmoil, rush for cover by buying the Japanese yen.

Business

Japan central bank to mull changing composition of ETF buying next week

TOKYO: The Bank of Japan will consider at next week's rate review changing the composition of exchange-traded funds (ETF) it buys as part of is massive stimulus programme, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Thursday.