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JAKARTA: The Indonesian rupiah may be at the cusp of a rally. Its advance from the worst-performing Asian currency in the three months ended September to the second-best in the final quarter of 2020 signals potential for further gains.
EXISTING traders at the Raja Tun Uda ferry terminal on Penang island will have priority to get a lot each at Swettenham Pier Cruise Terminal where the new fast boat ferry service for pedestrians now operates from.
TOKYO (Reuters) -New Year's Day is the biggest holiday in Japan's calendar, but this year's festivities have been subdued following record highs in new coronavirus cases nationwide and calls from the government to stay home.
BANGKOK: A tug-of-war is building for Thailand’s baht as concern about the nation’s virus outbreak counters the support from its current-account surplus.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A 53-year-old former Japanese minister has died of COVID-19, his party said on Monday, becoming the first incumbent lawmaker to succumb to the disease in a nation scrambling to shut its doors to foreign travellers.
Primary school pupils get a boost for English lessons through sponsorship.
SIBU: The Home Minister has been urged to clarify why he gave a one-year window for citizenship applications when in law, there is no time restriction for such applications, except for those made under Article 15A of the Federal Constitution.
PETALING JAYA: It’s a case of December delight for Malaysians who have “unfinished business” out-of-town as they can now resume interstate travel.
KLANG: While waiting to pick up goods for delivery, Rozaidi Hashim was stunned when he saw three men dumping an adult dog at a dumpster at the 12th milestone Jalan Cheras.