On completion of the deal, Sports Direct will lease the property for 15 years, says the Sunday Times.
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It finds that single adults are spending RM1,100 monthly on housing while the recommended budget in guide is only RM300.
Although there are mixed reactions, the dividend is good considering how tough a year 2018 was.
This is a 2.62% increase from RM114.56 billion in 2017.
Unless investors can find a fund performing better than the Employees Provident Fund or fixed deposits, it is better to retain the funds in their EPF accounts.
The acquisition by the two government-linked companies costs RM8.51 billion.
EPF and Socso are preparing a blueprint amid concerns that savings are not enough for retirees.
Tony Fernandes says AirAsia is only seeking appreciation for its low-cost model.
MAHB says it is also embarking on several major initiatives for KLIA which are expected to increase capacity and efficiency for growth.
See Kok Loong says low residual income is the key reason for low home ownership.
It says only AirAsia has responded to the letter of concern and set a date for a meeting to discuss the matter.
CEO Tunku Alizakri Alias attributes better returns to higher growth rate in overseas market.
It says this was despite 2018 being a difficult year, marked by volatility and a downward trend in global markets.
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C4 says it is untenable for EPF to be involved in questionable transactions and business deals.
Sankara Nair says the former PM has yet to answer his questions on the sale of land to EPF at an extra RM800 million.
The fund says it will not comment further on the matter as it is being probed by the auditor-general.
Employees' contribution reduced to zero to enable them to increase their take-home pay, says the pension fund.
The former prime minister continues to defend the land sale, saying the EPF generated huge profits after purchasing the land for RM2.28 billion.
The EPF says it has no knowledge of any subsequent arrangements between the Malaysian Rubber Board and Aset Tanah Nasional Bhd.
The 31ha land will be developed over the course of 20 years, ensuring a sustainable pipeline of construction contracts for the group in the long term.
This is against RM12.95 billion recorded during the same period last year.