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KUALA LUMPUR: The mishap at a construction site in Taman Desa on Friday (Feb 14) is not the first time that such an incident happened in the neighbourhood, and as such the authorities must give an explanation, says the MCA.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has never stated its intention to back off from filing a World Trade Organisation (WTO) lawsuit against the European Union’s (EU) restrictions on palm oil-based biofuel, says Teresa Kok.
BRUSSELS: Malaysia no longer plans to file a WTO lawsuit against EU restrictions on palm oil-based biofuel and will instead seek to convince European to change its treatment of the crop in a review scheduled for 2021.
Chinese citizens, resolutely united as one, have devoted themselves to the strictest measures of epidemic prevention and control.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will be sending more medical gloves to China, this time courtesy of the Malaysia-China Silk Route Business Chamber.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is eyeing to capture at least half of Pakistan’s large palm oil market now that the country has agreed to increase imports, says Teresa Kok.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia hopes to expand its share of the palm oil market in Pakistan now that the latter government has agreed to increase its imports, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has postponed its biggest palm oil conference that typically draws thousands of industry players from more than 50 countries.
THE last couple of weeks have seen the Malaysian political grapevine working overtime.
FROM Mah Hang Soon