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UK banks face renewed French push to stiffen MiFID access rule

BRUSSELS: France doubled down on a proposal that would make it harder for UK banks to do business in the European Union after Brexit.

Datasonic seeks settlement over passport booklets deal

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd is seeking an amicable settlement with Percetakan Keselamatan Nasional Sdn Bhd (PKN) over the supply of 13.41 million Malaysian passport booklets in 2016.

Datasonic: We have good defence against RM25mil claim

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd believes it has a good defence against Fima Corp Bhd’s legal action to claim RM24.98mil from the company.

Datasonic to battle RM24.98m legal suit

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd believes it has a good defence against Fima Corp Bhd's legal action to claim RM24.98mil from the company.

Fima sues Datasonic Tech for RM24.97m

KUALA LUMPUR: Fima Corp Bhd's main manufacturing arm has commenced High Court action against Datasonic Technologies Sdn Bhd for a sum of RM24.975mil.

Over 100 industry bodies urge govt to extend deadline for foreign workers

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 100 industry associations and chambers have appealed to the government to extend the legalisation deadline for foreign workers and suspend the on-going raids.

Datasonic posts RM67mil net profit in FY18

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic reports a net profit of RM17.4mil in the fourth quarter on revenue of RM64.6mil.

D-day for Soh Chee Wen, allegedly the mastermind behind small stocks collapse

PETALING JAYA: John Soh Chee Wen (pic), the alleged mastermind behind the collapse of Singapore penny stocks more than four years ago, will appear before a judge in Singapore today to see if his case will proceed to trial.

Soh’s case resumes as he remains in custody

PETALING JAYA: John Soh Chee Wen, the alleged mastermind behind the collapse of Singapore penny stocks more than four years ago, will appear before a judge in Singapore tomorrow to see if his case will proceed to trial.

UK security startup may help Brexit’s Irish border problem

LONDON: A London-based facial recognition startup has talked to the UK government over how it can help manage border crossings between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland following the UK’s departure from the European Union.