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LANGKAWI (Reuters): Malaysia will not take retaliatory trade action against India over its boycott of palm oil purchases amid a political row between the two countries, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Trade deal and tech war are in ‘parallel universes’ with minor progress on tariffs a mere sticking plaster in wider deterioration, academic says.
KULAI: Johor is considering enacting a tax on unsold property as a means to reduce property overhang.State Housing, Communication and Multimedia Committee chairman Dzulkefly Ahmad said the state had yet to make a final decision as it required feedback from all stakeholders, especially developers.
NEW DELHI: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling party more than doubled its income to US$339mil in the financial year ended March 2019 ahead of federal elections, which is more than twice that of its five major rivals put together.
JAKARTA: Ahead of Tuesday’s celebration of Chinese New Year, Chinese-Indonesians in Semarang set up the Pasar Imlek Semawis (PIS) night market from Friday to Sunday (Jan 19). Held for the 15th time in the capital city of Central Java, the night market is popular with both ethnic Chinese and Javanese Indonesians.
KUALA LUMPUR: After the PLUS toll concession ends in 38 years, it will be up to the government then to decide on what should be done, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.The Prime Minister said as far as Pakatan Harapan was concerned, there should be no more tolls on PLUS highways.
(Reuters) - A rapid rise in the price of gold since 2000 has driven millions of people to deposits in Africa, South America and elsewhere where they dig for gold using basic technology.
ENTEBBE (Reuters) - In a refinery just outside Uganda's main airport, workers slip bars of freshly refined gold into clear plastic bags sealed with a sticker of the national flag - black, yellow and red - and the label "Ugandan's Treasure."
KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he will be firm in speaking out against India despite the country boycotting Malaysian palm oil.
KUALA LUMPUR: With Chinese New Year this year corresponding with the zodiac animal of the rat, some pet shops have seen a spike in the sales of hamsters and chinchillas.