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THE high debt levels of Malaysia’s civil servants are nothing surprising.
HELSINKI: Finnish policy makers struck an agreement to form a five-party ruling coalition with plans to increase public spending by more than €4bil (US$4.5 bil) as the economy cools.
COULD construction and property player Protasco Bhd be a stock worth watching now that its boardroom tussle and one-off impairments have come to a close?
A year has lapsed since the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition created history by ditching the incumbent Barisan Nasional government for the very first time in 61 years.
MBSB Bank Bhd sprang a surprise with an unexpected surge in impairment allowances for the first quarter ended March 31, 2019 (1Q19).
Who’s buying into Barakah?
PETALING JAYA: Plans are afoot to revive the abandoned RM400mil Putrajaya rail link with an additional extension up to the Kajang mass rapid transit (MRT) station.
LONDON: The Brexit-inspired decline in London’s property values has yet to cause any serious ripples in other areas of the UK
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has urged banks in Malaysia to ease their lending requirements to reduce the difficulties faced by individuals and businesses to secure financing.
PETALING JAYA: The aspiration of hitting RM3bil in sales during the six-month Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) 2019 will be a tall order, in spite of the slew of initiatives being offered by the government and developers, say property consultants.