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PUTRAJAYA: The government is able to fully function despite not having Cabinet ministers, says a political analyst.
From POLA SINGH of Kuala Lumpur.
EARLIER this month, fears of a degradation of its Cambodian airport concession led to a sell-down of Muhibbah Engineering (M) Bhd’s shares.
BEIJING: It’s business as usual at the Malaysian Embassy in China.
The effects of the climate crisis will touch every single one of us eventually – rich, poor, or complacently middle.
OSLO: The largest oil company in western Europe’s biggest petroleum exporter wants to drastically cut its carbon footprint.
Manila: The alleged masterminds of the Philippines’ worst political massacre will learn their fate tomorrow when a Manila court issues its verdict, in a test of the justice system for a nation with a deep-seated culture of impunity.
There were two major listings that would likely have different repercussion on the region and Malaysia in the last two weeks.
The optics war between Amazon.com Inc and its critics is intensifying on Cyber Monday with labour, environmental and digital privacy groups staging events around the globe to amplify their concerns about the world’s biggest online retailer.
We tour one of the country’s longest-running theme parks to find out what goes into the making of thrills.