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SINGAPORE: Singapore is becoming a hub for the property-management industry: It has more foreign real estate investment trusts (REITs) than anywhere else in the world, and the companies’ importance on the nation’s benchmark equity index is the highest it’s ever been.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): A Japanese national has reportedly tested positive for the Covid-19 coronavirus after visiting Indonesia, raising concerns about the country’s ability to detect carriers of the deadly virus.
GEORGE TOWN: IJM Land Bhd’s construction subsidiary, Jurutama Sdn Bhd, is set to develop the stalled RM4.5bil The Light City project, which is located next to the Penang Bridge.
IN RESPONSE to the Covid-19 situation in China, Mah Sing Foundation donated RM100,000 worth of medical supplies to medical institutions in Wuhan city, Hubei Province.
NEW DELHI: At least 10 endangered species were added to a list of animals considered in need of greater protection by a UN wildlife conservation convention held in the western Indian city of Gandhinagar on Sunday (Feb 23) including the Asian elephant, the jaguar, the oceanic white-tip shark and birds including the great Indian bustard, the Bengal florican, the little bustard and the antipodean albatross.
HELSINKI: Two of Finland’s biggest pension funds, with combined assets of US$108 billion, are determined to make their portfolios carbon neutral over the next decade and a half, in a race to dodge the fallout of global warming before it’s too late.
The reason for the low returns of the provident fund is due to the poor performance of the capital markets as a whole.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Muslim Lawyers Association (PPMM) has questioned why the charges against the 12 detainees who purportedly had links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) were dropped after less than four months.
Letters: From THOMAS KOK of Ipoh.