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Asia Internet sells MyEG shares for RM103.5mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Internet Holdings Sdn Bhd has disposed of 75 million shares in My EG Services Bhd (MyEG) at RM1.38 each.

Asia Internet Holdings sells 75m MY EG shares for RM103.5m

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Internet Holdings Sdn Bhd disposed of 75 million shares in MY E.G. Services Bhd at RM1.38 each on Thursday.

Highway ride returns in July

THE sixth edition of the well-received RHB Lekas Highway Ride is back on July 27.

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Top 40 Richest Malaysians: Part 7

CHEAH’S wealth is derived from a direct 9.3% in Value Partners Group, and an indirect 21.8% via Cheah Capital Management Inc. Value Partners is listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange.

Passport renewal services for Indonesians is back

KUALA LUMPUR: The Indonesian Embassy says its passport renewal services is back on track after initial glitches in January.

MyEG up on news MyCC accepted changes to services

PETALING JAYA: MyEG Services Bhd’s shares closed 17.8% higher at RM1.19 yesterday, following news that the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) has accepted the changes made to the group’s online foreign worker renewal services.

XOX offers eSIM for iPhones, iPads and Google Pixel phones

Mobile virtual network operator XOX Mobile is now offering eSIM but only to new users.

Public can ride Jakarta MRT for free on March 12

JAKARTA: Commuters interested in trying out Jakarta’s MRT, which connects Lebak Bulus in South Jakarta to the Hotel Indonesia traffic circle in Central Jakarta, are to be welcomed on board during a full trial run set for March 12.

Bigger and longer cross country run

THE Sports Toto and Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur Athletic Association (FTKLAA) Go For It! Cross Country Run will return for its 34th edition on April 14 at Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur.

Immigration counters to be relocated to reduce confusion among international tourists at KK airport

KOTA KINABALU: Changes are being made to the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) entry points to facilitate the journey of tourists especially from China, who makes up the largest percentage of arrivals to the state.