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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s card payment market is set to rebound this year with a growth of 8.5%, given the improving economic conditions and with the vaccination programme gathering pace.
HUMANS are creatures of habit. We tend to default to what’s familiar, unless a worthy cause – like the Covid-19 virus – comes along to jolt us out of what we’re comfortable with.Fumbling for cash at the cash register was largely a norm in Malaysia even with the existence of cashless payments before the onset of Covid-19.
AROUND 100 Rukun Tetangga (RT), residents associations (RA) and joint management bodies (JMB) of apartments in Subang Jaya each received a pulse oximeter for the benefit of residents within their communities undergoing Covid-19 quarantine.
A one-person aid effort started by an entrepreneur in Kuching, Sarawak, has grown into a community-led initiative that has helped thousands of families.
Fine jewellery brands that have adapted to these uncertain times and leverage on the demand for affordable luxury have been able to keep the shine on.
City governments have been told to provide 20 rooms per 10,000 people in dedicated facilities by the end of OctoberGuangzhou is already making the shift away from using hotels with a new facility due to open with more than 5,000 rooms
KUALA LUMPUR: More people are looking forward to air travel, with more than half of them keen on domestic travel following the Malaysian Aviation Commission’s (Mavcom) consumer survey results which were released on Friday.
Researchers have urged iPhone users to remove Visa as a transport card via Apple Pay after uncovering a flaw which they say fraudsters could use to bypass security and make unlimited contactless payments.
WHILE disruption has undoubtedly been the norm since the outbreak of the global pandemic in late 2019, we have also witnessed digital acceleration aligned with the fourth industrial revolution in both business and consumer behaviours – making it impossible to deny that digital transformation has become imperative.