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Malaysia may bid to host e-sport World Cup

The Mobile Legend World Cup: Bang Bang is to be held in a Southeast Asian country.

Malaysia’s strength depends on support of all ethnic groups, says Anwar

The PKR president says the country should get back on track to fulfill its promises based on the fundamentals in the constitution.

FBM KLCI higher at early session

In a research note, Maybank Investment Bank said bargain hunting would likely to continue, particularly in recently beaten down stocks.

Bursa Malaysia set to stage technical rebound next week

The IMF trimmed global 2019 gross domestic product growth to 3.3 per cent from its previous forecast of 3.5% made in January this year.

Indonesia probes poll fraud claims as diaspora casts vote

Indonesia's election commission is probing reports that thousands of ballots have been cast in Malaysia days before overseas polling opened.

Malaysia palm stocks fall to five month low at end-March

Inventories in Malaysia, the world's second-largest palm oil producer and exporter, declined 4.6% to 2.92 million tonnes.

Bangladesh stops 115 Rohingya seeking to reach Malaysia

Rohingya refugees are willing to risk their lives entering Malaysia through sea, their attempts fail each time as they are caught by Bangladeshi Police.

Singapore, Malaysia to discuss unresolved issues at retreat, says Dr Mahathir

The prime minister says talks will take place in a friendly, non-confrontational manner.

February exports fall 5.3%

The slowdown in exports was largely due to weaker demand for petroleum products, manufacture of metals and optical and scientific equipment.

Malaysia’s Jay Bavasi’s cybersecurity firm said to weigh stake sale

Jay Bavisi is working with advisers to review options for his company, which could be valued at US$600 million.

Oil prices rise, adding to biggest quarterly gain in 10 years

US officials had placed 'intense pressure' on Iran and want to ensure Malaysia and Singapore are aware of illicit Iranian oil shipments.

Bangladesh stops Rohingya making risky journey to Malaysia

Malaysia remains an ideal destination for Rohingya refugees to flee Bangladesh.

Southeast Asia warned of Iran’s ‘tactics’ to evade oil sanctions

Action had already been taken this week against a network involved in an Iranian sanctions evasion scheme.

Singapore defends UN bid for street food honour

The move sparked anger in neighbours Malaysia who generally feels its hawker food is far superior.

Airbus sourcing activities in Malaysia to reach RM2.24 bil

This is an increase from RM1.62 billion recorded in 2018.

TRX: Profit from investing in one of Malaysia’s best assets

The RM40 bil Tun Razak Exchange is an integrated 70-acre development that will be KL’s new CBD and Malaysia’s International Financial District.

Anyone interested in buying Selangor’s tin dredge?

If no buyer can be found, the tin dredge will probably be sold for scrap and that will be the end of Selangor’s tin mining heritage.

KL City Plan 2020 and the case of ‘special’ approvals for...

Since many development projects have plot ratios exceeding what is permissible, they will require special approvals before commencing construction.

Adelaide’s Danish striker Ilso Larsen suspended for doping

The forward is waiting for the results of his B sample.

Bear market for rubber may last another decade on oversupply

Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, which supply about 70% of the global output, will cut exports by a combined 240,000 tons over four months starting on respective dates from April.

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