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KUALA LUMPUR: The government is not seen as pandering to developers but is committed to ensuring a sufficient supply of affordable units on one hand, and to rebalance the residential overhang on the other, Socio-Economic Research Centre (SERC) executive director Lee Heng Guie said.
A letter from TAN EE WAH, Mentakab, Pahang.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) proposal to set a cash transaction limit (CTL) of RM25,000 per transaction next year has received a mixed reaction from businesses, with some quarters suggesting it should be at least RM50,000.
PETALING JAYA: The 50bps cut in statutory reserve requirement (SRR) is expected to release RM7.4bil of liquidity into the banking system, said a research house.
Last week was a particularly interesting time in the world of cashless payment, as key e-wallet players revealed new features, a pioneer bid adieu, and another popped up out of nowhere.
KUALA LUMPUR: OCBC Al-Amin Bank Bhd, the Islamic banking arm of OCBC Bank (M) Bhd, is taking its commitment to sustainability and value-based intermediation (VBI) to a new level through green financing.
"Anxious and Uncertain" is coming through a divorce from a husband who used her and had an affair. She wants to move on and start life afresh with her young daughter.
Gamble on warrantsTHE takeover offer for Karambunai Corp Bhd (KCB) has received positive response. The major shareholder, Tan Sri Dr Chen Lip Keong, received more than 92% acceptance, triggering the compulsory acquisition of the remaining shares.
The new proposed cash transaction limit (CTL) should not come as a surprise.
Anyone dealing with financial transactions would already know the increasing vigilance that banks in the country have been having over transactions.
The Malaysian banking sector is the pillar of the economy as it is the engine of growth when it comes to providing financial and lending facilities to both businesses and consumers. As a percentage of GDP, it contributes about 5% to the nation’s economic pie.