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SHAH ALAM (Bernama): Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) for the first time is offering RM1mil worth of scholarship to students of higher education institutions (IPTs) to further their studies in September.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): The Legislative Council on Thursday (May 14) passed a bill worth over HK$627 billion (US$80.9 billion) to provide support to Hong Kong people suffering hardship brought about by the coronavirus and months of social unrest.
MOST of us take US President Donald Trump’s words with a pinch of salt. We all know he is inconsistent, temperamental, erratic and well, some would say, even unstable.
NEW YORK: Major U.S. stock indexes jumped on Friday and logged solid gains for the week after data on historic job losses due to the coronavirus crisis showed they were slightly fewer than feared.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan expects the city’s economy to contract as much as 7% this year amid the global coronavirus pandemic, much worse than his original projection when presenting the budget in February.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese citizen journalist who posted videos about the coronavirus situation in the city of Wuhan has resurfaced after going missing for almost two months, saying in a YouTube video that he had been forcibly quarantined.
(Reuters) - Accrington Stanley midfielder Sam Finley has been banned for eight games for abusing an opponent during a League One (third-tier) match against Rochdale, the Football Association (FA) said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The High Court here will hear the cases of former Goldman Sachs International banker, Roger Ng Chong Hwa, who was charged with four counts of abetting Goldman Sachs pertaining to the sale of guaranteed notes and bonds belonging to a 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) subsidiary amounting to US$6.5bil (RM28.5bil).
HONG KONG: Hong Kong is catching up with global peers in its fiscal response to the coronavirus outbreak with the announcement of an “unprecedented” HK$137.5bil (US$17.7bil) stimulus package focused on avoiding mass job losses.