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Despite some level of uncertainty still surrounding proposed infrastructure projects in the country, investors in Malaysia’s listed construction firms remain unfazed.
A laggard last year, the ringgit now appears to be playing catch-up with its regional peers.
If you think that the world is being thrown into chaos by tweets, look instead into blogs that are truly the thinking behind the policymaker’s mind.
NEW DELHI: Vodafone Group Plc’s India venture plunged by a record on prospects of having to pay the government $4 billion in back-fees as early as next week, highlighting concerns over the future of the beleaguered mobile carrier.
KUALA LUMPUR: The property overhang dilemma in the country is a multi-year problem that still needs a lot of intervention to be resolved.
SINGAPORE: A strange thing happens in Singapore after the government announces it’s selling highly-coveted land. Executives from developers bidding for the sites hit the golf course together.
BEIRUT: Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, speaking in Beirut after his dramatic escape from Japanese justice, said on Tuesday that the French ambassador had warned him shortly after his arrest that his own company was plotting against him.
MONTREAL/KUALA LUMPUR/PARIS: Why was the Ukrainian airliner mistakenly shot down near Tehran by Iranian forces last week for the loss of 176 lives even allowed to take off from a country that had just fired missiles towards its neighbour? And why didn't the airline just delay or cancel the flight?
KUALA LUMPUR: Philip Morris (M) Sdn Bhd has a new head overseeing the tobacco company’s operations and who is also a fresh face from outside the industry.
BENGALURU: Travelex is restoring operations to process foreign exchange orders electronically, it said, almost two weeks after cyber hackers took hold of its systems, leading to a global blackout of its online services.