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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.
AN accounting graduate from Universiti Putra Malaysia began a fish cracker business and became successful even though she started late, reported Sinar Harian.
SOME might say that the hard part of the toll restructuring plan for PLUS Malaysia Bhd will now start. And given the implications of the various facets of the changes that need to be done, it will have far-reaching consequences for the public.
Following the rally in palm oil prices, counters related to the industry on Bursa Malaysia have risen over the past weeks.
IF it was “Dr Mahathir Mohamad” version 1.0, PLUS Expressways Bhd (PLUS) would have probably been awarded to one of the four private companies that had thrown in their bids for the most valuable highway.
BACK in the early 2000s, the thought of running his family’s prefabricated container business did not really cross James Yeoh Chor Guan’s mind. The UK-educated mechanical engineer was, after all, working with one of the world’s largest consultancy firms in Singapore. The perks were good and so was the prestige.
KUALA LUMPUR: PLUS Malaysia Bhd will be able to repay all its debts with the new extension to the toll concession period, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF), a shareholder of PLUS Malaysia Bhd and its Sukuk debts, said it will work with all parties involved to reduce toll rates as quickly as possible, while at the same time ensures that its interests are protected.
PETALING JAYA: Pay up or be docked – that’s the first part of a three-tier warning issued by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) to three teams.
PETALING JAYA: Two parties which bid to take over toll concessionaire PLUS Malaysia Bhd showed opposing reactions to the Government's decision not to sell.