Apple shares fell more than 5% after the justices upheld a lower court's decision to allow the proposed class action lawsuit to proceed.
Amazon.com is combining some offerings and could face sanctions in order to safeguard competition rules.
The offering is part of a long-delayed program to sell additional stakes in key state-run companies.
The company is still liable for a daily penalty of RM7,500 per day until they comply with the directives imposed by MyCC.
Kevin Hart is on board for 'Monopoly' as both one of its producers and its first named actor.
Food and beverage manufacturers will benefit the most as they may be able to get sugar at a lower price elsewhere.
Roscosmos’s press service declined to comment on the potential loss of revenue from NASA.
Deputy minister Eddin Syazlee says none of the other companies granted licence to operate have begun operations yet.
The political secretary to the finance minister says the main aspect of the scheme is to protect both house buyers and investors.
A Bangladeshi newspaper says the previous government was responsible for the setting up of a 'monopoly' to bring in workers from Bangladesh.
Klang MP Charles Santiago also calls for another investigation by a third party.
Wedged between China and India, Nepal depends heavily on India for the supply of essential goods including fuel and the use of its ports for trade with other countries.
The move by the government to include Petron as an additional supplier of fuel to government vehicles is good but it should open this to all oil suppliers to ensure competition and efficiency.
Allowing more import licences could reduce the retail price of sugar, says deputy domestic trade minister Chong Chieng Jen.
The commission says investigations have provisionally found that Dagang Net had abused its dominant position.
Fomca says the system forces retailers to buy food items only from AP holders, which results in higher prices for consumers.
Shares fall amid news that Putrajaya is reviewing concession agreements for medical supplies.
Medical association says the ministry's statement on the matter does not address the issues and allegations of a monopoly in the industry.
Klang MP urges the new government to do away with tendering agents who are marking up the prices of medication.
Minister Salahuddin Ayub says this includes Bernas' sole right to import rice until 2021.
The procurement procedures will cover the transport, agriculture and agro-based industry, and health ministries.
At what point does the business of supplying medical drugs to the government begin to look like an institutionalised version of 'Ali Baba' and rent-seeking?
Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says the MACC will act if there are malpractices, and the ministry would strive to provide value for money.
The Malaysian Medical Association says if the allegations are true, the monopoly would certainly have raised the cost of healthcare.
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