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KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is likely to trade in a cautious mode next week as traders are expected to remain on the sidelines due to concerns over the stock level, a dealer said.
Hotels and airlines will need protocols to ensure their clientele is potentially okay just as travellers will examine holiday escapes in minute detail.
KUALA LUMPUR: The exemption of sales tax for locally assembled cars and the lowering of the tax for imported cars will see buyers saving several thousand ringgit to more than RM10,000 in their purchases from June 15 until the end of the year.
KOTA KINABALU: Offering the first 20 visitors free entry into Sabah’s popular “rumah terbalik” (upside-down house) is not helping to jump-start tourism as the people remain cautious about going out.
BEEF stroganoff is a classic Russian dish named after the influential Stroganov family and its invention has been attributed to French chefs who worked for the family in the 19th century.
STOCKHOLM (AFP): Sweden's former ambassador to China went on trial in Stockholm on Friday (June 5) accused of overstepping her mandate and risking national security by trying to negotiate the release of a dissident.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his attitude towards "Black Pete", a figure from pre-Christmas celebrations that has been criticised as a racist caricature, had undergone "great changes" in recent years.
ISLAMABAD/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Four weeks ago, with its most important festival coming up and millions of people facing starvation as economic activity dwindled, Pakistan lifted a two-month-long coronavirus lockdown.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's usually tightly-packed pubs say they face ruin unless the government eases one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe, under which they can only reopen in August and must keep drinkers two metres apart - reducing capacity for some from hundreds to dozens.
Fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections have prompted a new holiday destination of choice for Germans: their home country.