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Money changers not stocking on currency due to high rate

JOHOR BARU: Money changers here have temporarily stopped stocking up on US dollars because the exchange rate is too high and it is too expensive.


Diners shying away from eateries in Johor after GST

JOHOR BARU: Indian Muslim restaurants in Johor have claimed a drop of almost 20% to 30% in their takings after the start of the Goods and Services Tax on April 1.


Man who ran off with RM400,000 may be in India

SUBANG JAYA: The man alleged to have run off with over RM400,000 from an illegal money changer’s remittance service is believed to be in India.


Cops seek man who allegedly absconded with RM400,000

SUBANG JAYA: Police are seeking the public’s help to locate a suspect believed to be involved in an illegal money changer remittance service, that closed shop and ran off with over RM400,000.


Indonesians claim man they used to transfer money home absconds with their cash

SUBANG JAYA: A group of Indonesians working here claimed they have been cheated by a money changer, whose services they had used to transfer tens of thousands of ringgit back to their families.

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Bitcoin Foundation hit by resignations over new director

SAN FRANCISCO: As the most prominent trade group pushing adoption of the electronic currency Bitcoin begins its annual conference on Friday, it is being roiled by controversy.


Our broad and powerful anti-money laundering law deserves more scrutiny

WHEN the latest meeting of the Dewan Rakyat ended on Thursday, among the matters postponed are the second and third readings of a bill that seeks to amend the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001 (AMLATFA).


OCBC offers US$4.95bil for Wing Hong Bank in bet on China growth (Update 1)

SINGAPORE: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Ltd (OCBC) has offered to pay almost US$5bil for one of Hong Kong's last remaining family-owned banks, in a deal that would give the Singapore lender a much sought-after gateway to the Greater China region.


BNM wants code of conduct for money services business

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) would like the money services business to establish a code of conduct for the industry in 2014 in order to instil professionalism and good business practices, said BNM Deputy Governor Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim.