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INDONESIA, May 7 (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Shortage in key commodities has been reported in most of Indonesia’s 34 provinces as the nation copes with the double whammy of the coronavirus outbreak causing supply chain disruption and a dry spell hurting harvests.
PENANG has formulated a strategy to face a new world once the Covid-19 pandemic crisis ends.
Newly appointed state health, agriculture and agro-based industry and rural development committee chairman Dr Norlela Ariffin said her first priority was to contain the Covid-19 outbreak in Penang.
KUALA LUMPUR: PublicInvestment Research is maintaining its Outperform call on TSH Resources with an unchanged target price of RM1.55 as it remains positive on the crude palm oil (CPO) price outlook for 2020 with an average CPO price assumption of RM2,600 a tonne.
MIRI: The Air Pollutant Index (API) in Kuala Baram has hit the unhealthy level of 123 on Wednesday morning (Feb 26).
MIRI: The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) in Miri urges the authorities to hit the panic button as the haze here gets worse - with wildfires now covering 54.2ha of land, equivalent to 134 football fields.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): Despite a new set of challenges like the long dry season, Covid-19 outbreak, and US-China trade war, Laos looks set to enjoy stable growth of at least 6 per cent, possibly 6.3-6.4 per cent.
MIRI: Dry conditions and strong winds are causing the spread of wildfires in several districts in northern Sarawak.
PETALING JAYA: The warm and humid weather which is expected to persist until the end of March may help slow down the spread of the Covid-19, say health experts.
MELAKA: The Melaka government has asked former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to explain why his administration cancelled the Jernih Dam project in Alor Gajah in 2017, despite its urgency.