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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Climate change is posing a threat to the production levels of Malaysia’s staple food, rice, and this is expected to have an adverse impact on the nation’s rice security.
The successive increases in oil prices have been explained as a sign of demand returning to pre-pandemic levels which could be a good sign for the economies of the Philippines and other countries.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s finance minister narrowed her projection for the budget deficit this year and next, as an economic rebound, tax reforms and rising commodity prices lead to higher revenue.
Smokestacks belch noxious fumes into the air from a massive coal-fired power plant on the Indonesian coast, a stark illustration of Asia's addiction to the fossil fuel which is threatening climate targets.
BELURAN (Bernama): Nearly 10,000 families nationwide have received benefits totalling RM1.01mil from the Prihatin Peladang corporate social responsibility programme by the National Farmers Organisation (Nafas) .
MELAKA: Talk is swirling here that the nomination day for the Melaka election will be held end of next month. Election Commission (EC) chairman Datuk Abdul Ghani Salleh (pic) is expected to hold a press conference tomorrow to announce details of the state election.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 150 of the 6,220 craft entrepreneurs who had registered with Kraftangan Malaysia were reported to have left the industry as at Aug 31, the Dewan Negara was told.
BALIK PULAU: A fisherman whose boat capsized near here has described his ordeal as being “brought back from the brink of death”.
STRUGGLING to recover after being hit by the Covid-19 pandemic for almost two years, many local businesses in Penang have been looking forward to the Penang South Islands (PSI) project for economic recovery.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s dusk-to-dawn sea curfew has been extended for another two weeks until Oct 27.