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The festival takes place at four main venues and several pop-up destinations in the Perak state capital from Nov 30 to Dec 8.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened flat against the US dollar today despite the optimism over US-China trade talks, as investors remained edgy on the persistent foreign fund outflows on Bursa Malaysia.KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened flat against the US dollar today despite the optimism over US-China trade talks, as investors remained edgy on the persistent foreign fund outflows on Bursa Malaysia.
SYDNEY: China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd plans to buy the owner of some of Australia’s best-known milk brands from Japan’s Kirin Holdings Co Ltd for A$600mil (US$407mil), its second Down Under dairy buyout in two months.
SYDNEY: Asia stocks rose with European and U.S. equity futures as investors mulled the latest move by China that may go some way to easing trade tensions. The yen dipped.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened slightly lower against the US dollar today as traders remained on the sidelines waiting for more positive signs before the new tariffs by the United States (US) on Chinese imports kicks off on Dec 15, 2019.
TOKYO: Australia’s bond rally is driving the Japanese away.
(Reuters) - Japan Tour money list leader Shugo Imahira claimed his second victory of the season at the Dunlop Phoenix tournament on Sunday after the organizers decided to scrap the final round due to a heavy thunderstorm in Miyazaki.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened marginally higher against the US dollar today driven by a more optimistic sentiment on the US-China trade negotiation, making the ringgit slightly more appealing to investors, dealers said.
SINGAPORE: A managing partner of a law firm who molested three women while drunk in a bar and then swore at the manager who was trying to eject him has been fined S$15,000 (RM45,831).
TOKYO: Japan’s ruling coalition lawmakers have called for an additional budget that would include US$92bil in spending to support slowing growth, party officials said, raising worries about straining public finances.