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Business

Trading ideas: Bermaz Auto, Yee Lee, Tasco, Axiata

KUALA LUMPUR: Bermaz Auto Bhd, Yee Lee Corp Bhd, Tasco Bhd and Axiata Group Bhd are among the stocks to watch, according to JF Apex Research.

Letters

Minimum wage hike insufficient

From GALVIN WONG, Kuala Lumpur.

Metro News

Bintulu MP wants more student exchanges with peninsula

BINTULU: More exchange programmes are needed between students of peninsula Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak to promote integration.

It's Just Politics

When noise meets silence

WILL the Pakatan Harapan government propose the appointment of three Deputy Prime Ministers so that Sabah and Sarawak can get a chance to contribute to the government?”

Metro News

Fully open theme park on the cards

THE Mentri Besar has lauded the move to terminate the licence agreement between Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) and DreamWorks Animation LLC, as all rides and attractions in the theme park can eventually be open to visitors now.

Nation

Outgoing Wanita PKR chief Zuraida shrugs off personal attacks in run-up to party polls

KOTA KINABALU: PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin will not entertain talks or "personal attacks" on her, or any party member, for the good of the organisation.

Metro News

Data centre by 2020

KUCHING: The Sarawak Industrial and Entrepreneur Development Ministry plans to set up a data centre at the Sama Jaya High Tech Park here.

Nation

Minimum wage of RM1.5k not suitable for Sabah, says state MICCI chairman

KOTA KINABALU: The standardisation and increase of minimum wage across the nation to RM1,500 per month is a good move to help employees, said Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sabah Chairman, Datuk Seri Wong Khen Thau.

Metro News

Mechanisation the main solution to labour shortage

SIBU: Sarawak will need to accelerate the adoption of mechanisation to overcome its reliance on foreign labour.

Business Premium

ECRL spending comes under scrutiny

KUALA LUMPUR: The RM55bil East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project is now under the spotlight with the top brass of Malaysia Rail Link, the company handling the project, been summoned to Putrajaya to explain financial details on the mega railway job to the new administration. It is learnt that so far that around RM10bil has been drawn down for the 688km railway project, while construction work progress stood at 13% as on March this year.