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JOHOR BARU: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) wants the public, especially those who are self-employed, to register under the Self-Employment Social Security Scheme (SESSS).
HANOI (Bloomberg): Vietnamese stocks are some of the world’s most battered this year, but market watchers are backing a turnaround.
KUALA LUMPUR: The political crisis in the Pakatan Harapan coalition government has seen UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research lowering its FBM KLCI trough valuation to 1,480 based on 15 times 2020F price-to-earnings PE (-one standar deviation) to mean.
SINGAPORE: The daughter-in-law of Singapore's founding father has been found guilty by a disciplinary tribunal of professional misconduct over her involvement in preparing his will, which is at heart of a feud between the city-state's first family. The latest development in a long-running saga could sow further discord among the prime minister and his siblings.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The daughter-in-law of Singapore's founding father has been found guilty by a disciplinary tribunal of professional misconduct over her involvement in preparing his will, which is at heart of a feud between the city-state's first family.
Efforts to lure tourists, not just foreign ones, should not just be on the shoulders of the Tourism Ministry. Don’t just depend on travel agents, airlines and hotels as other stakeholders like the local government authorities are equally important.
A letter from SON OF A TAPPER, Kuala Kangsar.
PETALING JAYA: The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) has urged the European Commission (EC) to reinstate Cambodia’s full EBA right. In a statement released to The Star on Wednesday (Feb 19), GMAC said it is disappointed with the EU decision on Feb 12 to partially suspend the "Everything But Arms" (EBA) trade programme for Cambodia.
ON Friday UEFA banned Manchester City from European competitions (the Champions League and the Europa League) for the next two seasons after finding them guilty of breaching financial fair play regulations.
SEREMBAN: The next of kin of civil servants who die while in service will get ex-gratia payment of RM150,000 if the deceased had been working less than five years under a scheme introduced by the government.