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RM3,500 to RM4,000 per tonne this month is expected
The Screen Actors Guild Awards was held without a physical red carpet this year. Nevertheless, the celebrities still shone – donning bright outfits and cool designs for the occasion.
The prestigious Screen Actors Guild Awards have weighed in with their winners, setting in motion on what could be the most diverse slate of major Oscar winners in the 93-year history of the Academy Awards.
PUTRAJAYA: Starting June, plastic waste importers must pay RM20 for every tonne of scrap brought into the country for recycling in a move by the government to regulate the recycling industry and curb plastic pollution.
US President Joe Biden’s massive infrastructure proposal and the upcoming corporate earnings season could offer investors fresh insight on the sustainability of a rally that has taken stocks to all-time highs.
WASHINGTON: The infrastructure plan U.S. President Joe Biden will roll out in Pittsburgh on Wednesday includes US$2.3 trillion in investments aimed at everything from fixing 10,000 bridges to tearing lead pipes out of millions of homes in the United States.
Singapore to waive foreign worker levies for S Pass and work permit holders during stay-home notice period
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Foreign worker levies for S Pass and work permit holders, including those for migrant domestic workers, will be waived for their stay-home notice (SHN) period from January to September this year, said the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Thursday (April 1).
PETALING JAYA: Sabah playmaker Levy Madinda has seen it all.
Special Report-Pompeo rejected U.S. effort to declare “genocide” in Myanmar on eve of coup, officials say
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the last days of the Trump administration, some U.S. officials urged outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to formally declare that the Myanmar military’s campaign against the Rohingya minority was a genocide.
PARIS (Reuters) - Support is building for a European levy on imports from countries with easier carbon emissions standards, senior European Union and French officials said on Tuesday, as the bloc seeks to impose its guidelines on the emissions trading market.