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Lynas signs MoU with Western Australian city on site for cracking...

Relocation of the plant overseas is one of the three conditions for renewal of Lynas' operating licence.

Tiada had, kata Putrajaya pertahan perjanjian terbaru sawit dengan China

Kementerian Industri Utama berkata, MoU itu ialah tambahan kepada eksport sedia ada.

RM20 bil in agreements signed during Sabah CM’s China visit

This includes a joint venture to build and manage an integrated refinery and oil storage terminal at the Sipitang Oil and Gas Industrial Park at a cost of RM16.5 billion.

Suhakam, Indonesian rights body sign MoU on stateless people in Sabah

The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia and the National Human Rights Commission of Indonesia will work on an action plan to help resolve the complex issue of statelessness in Sabah.

MAHB to jointly develop aerospace, high-tech park in Subang

MAHB says the strategic collaboration with a Boustead Projects' unit is in line with its vision of long-term growth in the aviation and aerospace industry.

Malaysia Airlines inks 2-year partnership with FAM

The national carrier is now the official airline partner for FAM and official airline for Harimau Malaya and Harimau Muda.

Malaysia Airlines’ 787 deal with Boeing lapses

The national carrier is said to be in talks with planemakers about the future of its widebody fleet.

Putrajaya loosens rule on Bangladeshi agents

Dr Mahathir Mohamad says previously only 10 agents in the country were allowed to process applications of those coming to work in Malaysia but the government will soon allow all authorised agents in Bangladesh to do so.

MAHB inks 4 agreements at international airshow

MAHB chief strategy officer Azli Mohamed says the company aims to provide the best experience for passengers from the time they step into its airports to when they board their flights.

SUPP and UPP to be one again, but when?

This is the wish of Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg, who wants to see the two Chinese-based parties united as one to strengthen support for BN.

All gloomy on UPP front ahead of GE14

The party has been eyeing three parliamentary seats but until now, there has been no news of it getting even one.

Sarawak BN zeroes in on 3 urban seats

The state BN leadership has managed to mend the rift between SUPP and UPP to enable it to recapture Bandar Sibu, Sarikei and Miri in GE14.

Jordan to secure five-year US aid pledge, Jordanian official says

A new memorandum of understanding will grant Jordan a minimum of $1.275 billion in US aid every year for the next five years.

Guan Eng: 1MDB, ECRL ‘monstrous’ scandals, not tunnel project

The Penang chief minister says PM Najib Razak is wrong in labelling undersea tunnel-roads project as 'skandal raksaksa'.

Penang Botanic Gardens to get Singapore’s expertise soon

It will learn from the best practices of its counterpart in Singapore under a MoU to be signed in January.

Hindraf: Wrong to say Najib ‘father of development for Indians’

Its chief claims PM failed to implement MoU that Hindraf had signed with government to uplift the lot of Indians.

Malaysia, 4 others sign MoU to prosecute MH17 shooter

Foreign ministers of Ukraine, Australia, Belgium and the Netherlands also sign MoU on behalf of their governments.

An extra million employees to undergo training over 4 years

Expansion of PSMB Act enables 58% more people to undergo training under the Human Resources Development Fund.

Malaysia tandatangan perjanjian dan MoU dengan Bahrain

Tandatangan perjanjian itu melibatkan perkhidmatan udara dan 4 MoU dalam bidang pertahanan, perusahaan kecil dan sederhana, minyak dan gas serta perdagangan

Hindraf: Unit for Indians not formed due to MIC

Waythamoorthy says the NGO will counter Barisan Nasional in the upcoming 14th general election to expose its 'janji manis' (sweet promises).

Come to Penang and learn good governance, Saifuddin tells Najib

The strategic adviser to the Penang chief minister says the prime minister’s ‘episodes of showmanship’ on overseas trips are not going to solve the fundamental problems in the country.

Mustapa: Hollande’s visit will draw more French investors

The 270 French companies in Malaysia have invested RM15 billion in the manufacturing, services and finance sectors, among others.

Protest puts brakes on Uber tie-up with 500 taxi drivers

MoU was to be signed with Coalition of Taxi Companies and Associations today to boost income of the taxi drivers.

Pengusaha persoal ketelusan kerjasama Uber dan gabungan teksi

Gabungan syarikat teksi dikatakan tidak jujur menjaga kebajikan pemandu kerana tidak berani berdepan penunjuk perasaan hari ini