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PETALING JAYA: A strict price ceiling mechanism is necessary to contain the sharp rise in vegetable and poultry prices, according to several experts.
PETALING JAYA: With Covid-19 cases on the uptrend in many countries and the emergence of a new potent variant, a stronger emphasis on the “building blocks” – trade, investment and sustainable supply chain – has increased.
COP26 – the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties – was billed as: “It is the last best hope” to tackle the impact of climate change on the planet.
IN September 2021, at the unveiling of the 12th Malaysia Plan, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced Malaysia’s commitment to become carbon neutral as early as 2050. To substantially decarbonise the Malaysian economy, the power sector has a crucial role to play.
OMICRON is the fifth and latest Covid-19 variant of concern today. Three doses of a vaccine (or two doses plus immunity gained from infection) may produce sufficient antibodies to quash this unwelcome viral newcomer.
THE world’s top central bankers, led by Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, have warned that rising demand pressures and supply chain bottlenecks are continuing to hold back recovery of the world economy, and have helped to fuel more elevated price pressures as they have intensified.