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KOTA KINABALU: Businessmen have raised RM500,000 for the Sabah branch of the Malaysian Medical Association to assist the medical fraternity battle Covid-19 in the state.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has urged the government to speed up the allocation of emergency funds and all related aid needed to mitigate the Covid-19 situation in Sabah.
SHANGHAI, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- China will push its capital market to open wider to the world, shifting from being partially open to full-scale and institutional opening-up, an official with the country's top securities regulator said here Saturday.
WHY are Chinese nationals as young as 35 retiring in droves and choosing the Philippines as their retirement home? What would make them give up gainful work in the prime of their lives, and prematurely decamp to a country that is worlds away from the might and sophistication of their superpower nation, now the second biggest economy in the world and poised to overtake the United States?
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopia said on Saturday that threats of any kind towards resolving a dispute with its neighbours over the filling and operation of a massive hydropower dam were "misguided, unproductive and clear violations of international law".
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah employers want Bank Negara to take a closer look into the real financial position of borrowers as they appeal for an extension of the moratorium on loans.
(Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry on Saturday described a U.S.-brokered Sudan-Israel deal to normalise ties as "phoney" and accused Khartoum of paying a ransom in return for Washington removing it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Covid-19 vaccine expected to be secured in first quarter next year; priority to be given to frontliners
PUTRAJAYA: The government is expected to secure access to Covid-19 vaccines in the first quarter of next year with priority given to frontliners, says the government.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah needs more allocations to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and to help those affected by it, say state ministers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A global dirty money watchdog on Friday agreed to revamp its standards to beef up monitoring of financing aimed at evading U.S. and United Nations sanctions and proliferating weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. Treasury Department said.