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Some of the nations that pried most deeply into private lives to track infections managed to keep deaths low, curb rampant spread and prevent healthcare systems from being overwhelmed.
A majority of lifts and escalators at Kuala Lumpur’s monorail stations are inoperative and some have been so for years.
THE mindful placemaking of Gamuda Land is booming through the streets of Klang Valley North as the brand stretches its recognisable craftsmanship with its newly launched Gamuda Square.
HOW often do you exchange cash for products and services, today? In many ways, Covid-19 has spurred new, digital ways to bank but it’s consumer behaviour that’s driving the market’s most innovative banking solutions.
HAVING just stepped into 2022, the new year brings with it hopes of better business and economic outlook, after almost two years of Covid-19 pandemic hardships.
I am a man in my mid-fifties and have been living as a widower since my wife died five years ago.
GOMBAK: About 1,300 police personnel will be deployed to control the crowd and monitor standard operating procedure (SOP) compliance, as well as ensure the smooth running of the Thaipusam celebration at Batu Caves from tomorrow (Jan 16) until Friday (Jan 21).
LONDON (Reuters) - BP says its fast electric vehicle chargers are on the cusp of becoming more profitable than filling up a petrol car.
HONG KONG (China Daily/Asia News Network): Multiple facets are coming into play within the emerging East Asian and Pacific nations trading bloc on the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s doorstep, not just the bloc’s central principle of lowering tariffs to importers, exporters, and economic sectors to achieve gradual trade liberalization over two decades.
As digital payment becomes more commonplace during the pandemic, 55% of Malaysian consumers say they can go a week without making a cash payment.