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CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - Thousands of police have been drafted in from across Britain to beef up security for what organisers promise will be disruptive and "annoying" protests when G7 leaders gather for a summit this week.
IPOH: A factory worker here became worried when he was told to return to work a day after taking a Covid-19 swab test.
(Reuters) - Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries on Monday sued International Business Machines Corp, asking a judge to rule that it did not violate a contract with the U.S. company which claims it is owed $2.5 billion in damages.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) has warned the public to be on their toes against Macau scammers posing as its officers as 556 such cases have already been recorded this year.
STOCKHOLM: In Sweden, where green bonds were pioneered, a warning from the financial regulator that it may not have the necessary tools to enforce new European Union (EU) sustainability rules has members of the financial industry voicing frustration and dismay.
PETALING JAYA: Pharmacists are facing difficulties operating during the lockdown as they have not been issued an approval letter by the Health Ministry, says the Malaysian Pharmacists Society.
From ASSOC PROF DR ALI SALMAN, Faculty of Language Studies and Human Development, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) has warned the public against Macau scam syndicates posing as tax officers, as there have been 556 cases recorded so far this year.
Malaysia has extended the expiry of existing income tax exemption on interest or profit earned from deposits for corporate investors in retail money market funds to Jan. 1,2022, according to a letter sighted by Bloomberg.