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Metro News

Inspiring women to greater heights

FORMER Minister of International Trade and Industry Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz will be one of the speakers at a high-level conference organised by the Penang Women Chamber of Commerce (PWCC).

Nation

EAC’s first meeting discusses bread-and-butter issues

PUTRAJAYA: Tackling the cost of living, increasing the people’s purchasing power and improving the living standards of the B40 group were among issues raised at the Economic Action Council’s (EAC) first meeting.

Nation

Dr M chairs first EAC meeting, cost of living takes centre stage

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad chaired the first meeting of the Economic Action Council (EAC), which had tackling the cost of living high on the agenda.

Business Premium

Do open APs only benefit the rich?

Open approved permits (AP) for the import of reconditioned vehicles are mostly for the higher end market, targeting richer Malaysians.

Metro News

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Metro News

Rafidah Aziz to join young women in leadership discussion

GIRL2LEADER Malaysia, an initiative which aims to help develop talent among young girls to become future leaders, will be hosting “Speak To Lead”.

Letters

New approved permits (APs) unjustifiable and detrimental

FROM Senator Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker , MCA Vice-President

Nation

Dr M concedes some Pakatan ministers are rookies, says need more time

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians have to give more time to the Pakatan Harapan-government to administer the country, as Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad concedes that many of its ministers are still rookies.

Nation

Mindef lodges MACC report over iffy land deals, more expected

PUTRAJAYA: The Defence Ministry has lodged a report with anti-corruption authorities over the land swap deals scandal, which cost the ministry more than RM500mil in losses.

Nation

NGO files report over land swap and calls for probe

KUALA LUMPUR: An NGO has lodged a police report urging the authorities to investigate the alleged leakage of RM500mil in government funds in a land swap deal.