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A Malaysian tycoon, whose former mistress withdrew about S$2.5mil (RM5.5mil) of his money from Singapore bank accounts, claims that the money had been put there to provide for his future medical needs.
The assistant manager and two others accused of making illegal withdrawals of RM150,000 from the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) were slapped with an additional charge each at the Sessions Court here yesterday.
Fund managers have been cautioned to be prudent in their investments and to keep tabs on the corporate governance of companies they invested in.
B>SINGAPORE:/BSingapore announced yesterday a S$230mil (RM492.12mil) aid package to help businesses hit by the SARS outbreak, and cut its 2003 economic growth target to 0.5%-2.%.
Amira Salleh looks immaculate with her bleached blond hair, makeup, gold earrings and nice clothes. But the Iraqi soldier's wife complained that Tuesday was the first time her family of seven ate meat since the war broke out.
BANKS should introduce a special loan scheme for those who want to borrow small sums of money, a backbencher said.
Malaysians can now enjoy an insurance plan that will cover not just insurance and financial savings but help to enhance a policy holder#8217;s social lifestyle.
A teacher constantly calls a child #8220;Gemuk (Fatty)#8221; in class. The child does not want to go to school because of the humiliation.
An assistant manager of the Employees Provident Fund pleaded not guilty in a Sessions Court to cheating, abetting and using forged documents in the illegal withdrawal of RM150,000.
A student from Inti College pursuing an accountancy degree under an external degree programme has yet to receive the study loan from the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) which she applied for in 2001.