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OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's opposition Conservatives on Friday promised to balance the budget in five years without slashing government jobs if they win an election this month, but the ruling Liberals insisted the pledge would result in painful cuts.
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador's transport unions on Friday called off protests against the scrapping of fuel subsidies by President Lenin Moreno after two days of unrest that halted transport nationwide and resulted in almost 370 arrests.
PETALING JAYA: Civil servants must incorporate discipline, integrity and transparency in their work culture in order to have a clean and efficient administration, says the Malaysia Unity Foundation.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Popular fast food franchise KFC Indonesia's recent social media campaign has gone viral because of the mixed response from netizens.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordanian authorities deployed hundreds of riot police in the capital and warned activists to stay within the law on Thursday as hundreds of demonstrators staged more protests against tough austerity measures backed by the International Monetary Fund.
SEPANG: The departure levy proposed in Budget 2019 is completely separate from the existing passenger service charge (PSC), said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
SEPANG: The departure levy proposed in Budget 2019 is not the same as the Passenger Service Charge (PSC) paid to Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), Transport Minister Anthony Loke clarified on Monday (Nov 12).
PETALING JAYA: The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas) has welcomed the political reforms listed under the mid-term review of the 11th Malaysia Plan but expressed its reservations about the government’s fiscal policies.
PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister’s remarks on the likelihood of new taxes being introduced reinforces speculation that Pakatan Harapan will likely impose inheritance tax, capital gains tax and a wealth tax in Budget 2019, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
PETALING JAYA: Instead of introducing new taxes, the Pakatan Harapan government should focus on enhancing its spending efficiency and introducing business-friendly policies to help local businesses flourish, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.