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KUALA LUMPUR: MY EG Services Bhd posted net profit of RM70.74mil on the back of revenue of RM136.09mil in the third quarter ended Sept 30,2020, which was an improvement from the second quarter, due to its concession-related services.
THE United States elections are nearly over, maybe. The country is divided down the middle but we still do not know whether the loser will get out of his playpen and concede to the winner.
SINGAPORE: Singapore on Thursday announced a new work visa for foreign executives of technology firms, a sector the low-tax global business hub hopes will power future economic growth. Under the Tech.Pass programme launching in January, up to 500 experienced executives can apply for the two-year visas, which allow participants to operate a business, invest in or become a director in Singapore-based companies, and mentor start-ups.
KUALA LUMPUR/NAIROBI: Joe Biden's U.S. presidential election win has raised hopes of resettlement for refugees from Asia to Africa, many in countries where they are denied work and education and have no formal status
THE Covid-19 pandemic has brought with its devastating economic repercussions, possibly the harshest that we have seen in recent history. This has necessitated us to strike a delicate balance between safeguarding the health of our people while protecting their economic interests.
IMAGINE a beautiful beach where families are gathered on a clear day with blue skies. Different families are building sandcastles, whilst some are playing on the beach. No one is watching that a tsunami of different waves is approaching the shore.
No reason to slow efforts in promoting Malaysia as a second home (MM2H)
LONDON: The outgoing boss of Pearson hailed the success on Wednesday of his lengthy and often painful battle to rebuild the education group for a digital generation after Covid-19 accelerated the switch to online learning.
AMONG the many policy failures of our national Covid-19 response, the exclusion of 18.1 million people, including 4.9 million US citizens, from federal stimulus packages will go down as one of the most economically devastating self-inflicted wounds
BENGALURU: Most major housing markets won’t keep up with consumer price inflation in 2021 and are faced with multiple downside risks despite rising strongly this year amid the coronavirus pandemic and rock-bottom interest rates, Reuters polls showed.