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BEAUFORT: Barisan Nasional’s Tanjung Piai by-election winner Datuk Seri Dr Wee Jeck Seng has joined the Kimanis campaign, urging voters to send a protest message against the two-year-old Pakatan Harapan and Warisan governments for failing to deliver on their promises.
MUMBAI: India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said, following Malaysian criticism of India’s actions in the Kashmir region and its new citizenship law.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said on Tuesday, following Malaysian criticism of India's actions in the Kashmir region and its new citizenship law.
From WATSON PETERS.
TAKING a leaf out of Bukit Bintang’s book, the Taman Overseas Union community came together to work with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to clean up the neighbourhood.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lately, questions on the amount of emoluments and allowances received by Cabinet ministers and members of the administration are hotly debated on social media.There were some claiming that the ministers received certain allowances, including for parking, said to be more than RM5,000, which drew severe criticism from the public who described the amount as excessive.
KUALA LUMPUR: The minimum wage increase of RM100 to RM1,200 effective Jan 1 in 57 cities and towns from RM1,100 currently is reasonable and will not cause any significant impairment to the bottom line of employers.
GEORGE TOWN: Sime Darby Plantation Bhd, the world’s biggest oil palm plantation company by planted area, has its preferred way of pest control.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is hoping to convince the new members of the European Parliament that its palm oil business is sustainable, says Teresa Kok.
PUTRAJAYA: The B20 biodiesel programme for the transport sector is expected to be launched in phases next year, giving a fillip to the crude palm oil (CPO) price, which is projected to reach RM3,000 per tonne.