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Proposals to lower Employees’ Provident Fund contributions as a way of cushioning the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on businesses and workers can be both a boon and a bane.
LOOKING at basic education indicators from 1999 onwards, Malaysia trends upwards in literacy, enrolment and mean years of schooling yet the country still falls behind others in the region in international assessments, a discussion paper published by Khazanah Reasearch Institute in October last year revealed.
FIVE lucky Malaysian students have been announced as winners in a recent competition organised by StudyAdelaide.
SINGAPORE/RIYADH: The guardians of the world economy are convening amid mounting fears that the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak poses a greater threat to global growth than first envisaged.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nevada Democrats will host hundreds of caucuses on Saturday, the third contest in the state-by-state presidential nominating process, almost three weeks after the Iowa caucuses caused mayhem when a technical meltdown delayed results.
MIRI: An ancient rock formation resembling a horse collapsed here Saturday (Feb 22) morning.
KUALA LUMPUR: When all eyes will be on the economic stimulus package to be announced on Thursday, the ringgit is expected to trade between 4.16 and 4.22 against the US dollar next week, weighed down by the delay of work resumption in China.
Covid-19 is causing economic damage to China, but experts believe it will emerge stronger economically when the epidemic is overcome. They are also confident that troubled Asean countries can come out of the doldrums.
Amid a short working week in conjunction with President’s Day, the dollar climbed 0.75% to 99.865, marking a near three-year high. The broad strength in the dollar was supported by demand for safe-haven assets in view of the coronavirus conundrum.
Globally, the airline industry is being hit hard by the outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19).