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THE number of properties entering the auction market as a result of default payments is expected to increase in the second half of this year, a valuer said in early May.
IT has been a month since my last article. I found it awkward to type with my left fingers as my right arm is in a sling after surgery to reattach a torn tendon on my right shoulder. The culprit was a bone spur with a sharp edge probably formed from years of a bad golf swing which I now blame for my poor golf scores.
BANKS with large exposure to housing loans may have a problem as a result of the way properties were priced, marketed and sold the last several years, industry sources say.
On June 11, the acquisition of a 30% stake in warehousing and logistics company Tasco Bhd’s unit Tasco Yusen Gold Cold Sdn Bhd (TYGC) for RM125mil by a Japanese government fund was finally completed.
LONDON: Facebook Inc, Google and Apple Inc are all at risk of hefty fines if the European data protection regulator probing them finds they violated European Union privacy rules.
Ho Chi Minh City: Vietnam said it will impose higher penalties on Chinese goods transferred to the country and illegally relabelled as made-in-Vietnam for export to the US to dodge tariff hikes.
BEIJING: China’s banking regulator says risks at small and mid-sized banks are manageable, a central bank publication reported yesterday, in the latest move to soothe investors’ concerns after the government took over a troubled regional lender last month.
Whenever I passed by old buildings in the cities that are dilapidated, I always imagine the possibility of revitalising them.