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Algeria walks economic tightrope as oil falls

ALGIERS (Reuters) - For months, Algerian officials repeated their mantra that large foreign exchange reserves would shield the country from collapsing oil prices. Last week, Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal took to state television to announce what most already knew - that crisis was at the door.

Muhyiddin sees local government polls as a push for autonomy

PUTRAJAYA: The Penang state government has been asked if holding local government elections could lead to an increase in taxes such as raising assessment rates and licensing fees.

Shahrir: Floods a wake-up call for rural progress

KUCHING: The nationwide floods are a wake-up call to the Government to spend more on rural development, Backbenchers Club chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Ahmad Samad said.

Mum struggles to feed family

A MOTHER of four is struggling to feed her children after a welfare body in Taiping stopped providing her with financial aid, reported Malaysia Nanban.

Joko praised on economy but criticised on human rights and graft

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s new President Joko Widodo has won praise for bold economic reforms at the start of his term, but his man-of-the-people image has suffered after criticism of his commitment to human rights and fighting corruption.

In a quandary over GST and MyEG

KUALA LUMPUR: Many small businessmen are finding themselves pushed into a corner by the new demands of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and work permit renewals via MyEG, both of which require computer literacy.

Indonesia's Widodo praised on economy, but criticised on rights

JAKARTA (AFP) - Indonesia's new President Joko Widodo has won praise for bold economic reforms at the start of his term, but his man-of-the-people image has suffered after criticism of his commitment to human rights and fighting corruption.

Parents, it pays to be prudent

Letter: By SAMUEL YESUIAH of Seremban, Negri Sembilan

Egypt court orders release of Mubarak's sons pending retrial

CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court ordered the release of the sons of Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday pending retrial in a corruption case, their lawyer said.

Sri Lanka to probe hidden foreign assets after Rajapaksa defeat

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's new government is to investigate "black money" transferred overseas by powerful figures in the administration of former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, a cabinet spokesman said on Thursday.