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    The ringgit is expected to be strong at RM3.20 against the US dollar

    KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to strengthen between RM3.20 and RM2.50 against the US dollar over the next two to five years, supported by trade surplus and government efforts to ensure steady economic growth. Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhd (Affin Hwang AM) managing director Teng Chee Wai said...
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    Into the blue: Crossing the Straits of Melaka

    IT’S not a race. We just want to cross. There are 30 of us; seven of whom will be doing their solo swims in just under a week’s time. This means that they will be in the water all the way, from the start in Sumatra to the finish...
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    Malaysian tourist beware: Summer scammers are back!!

    THERE are as many bogus police, scammers and conmen and women on the streets of London as there are tourists. Especially in summer. And it would seem, from reports and nationality of the victims, most of these conmen and women are making Malaysian visitors’ favourite spots as their hangouts....
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    Business travellers who Insta-brag on social media at risk of industrial espionage, kidnap and crimes

    SINGAPORE – Business travellers are risking kidnapping, burglary and even corporate espionage by documenting their trips on social media, a new study shows. Two-thirds of the respondents in business travel payment company AirPlus International’s 13th global International Travel Management Study said they posted photos and location updates during business...
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    Grab eyeing the grocery delivery market

    SINGAPORE – Singapore-based firm Grab is moving into yet another area – grocery deliveries. The service, called GrabFresh, is a collaboration with regional grocery delivery firm HappyFresh and will allow users to order groceries from within the Grab app. GrabFresh will be available in Jakarta later this month and...
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    Internet abuzz after menacing storm cloud rolls into Sabah’s west coast

    BEAUFORT: Massive wave-like cloud formation sweeping across several districts in Sabah’s west coast this morning, has caused frenzy among residents in the areas. The rare cloud formation was noticed between 7am and 7.30am during the overcast weather prior to a heavy downpour. Pictures of the huge cloud formation went...
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    Ringgit’s resilience under threat as case for rate cut grows

    KUALA LUMPUR (July 8): Malaysia’s ringgit was sheltered from the worst of last month’s emerging-market selloff, thanks to higher oil prices. It may be about to make up for lost time. Traders will be hovering over the sell button after Wednesday’s policy meeting in case the central bank shows...
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    Spa inspired by Malaysian healing traditions opens at Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur

    A 65-storey Four Seasons hotel has opened in Kuala Lumpur, with a spa inspired by Malaysian healing traditions included. Designed by Wilson Associates, the spa features eight treatment rooms, including two couples suites. Signature treatments include the Four Seasons Rotan Manau Aroma Massage and the Urutan Malaysian Massage. A...
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    East Coast Rail Line to proceed only if cost is cut drastically

    Malaysia will not proceed with the East Coast Rail Line (ECRL) project with China unless its RM81 billion (S$29 billion) price tag can be substantially reduced. “We expect that the ECRL project will become financially and economically feasible only if there is a drastic price reduction of the project...
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    EXPERIENCING WORLD CUP 2018 ON TOP OF THE WORLD AT STRATOSPHERE!

    PETALING JAYA, 19 June 2018: If there was a place to give your World Cup 2018 experience one level up would be at the award winning Stratosphere, The Roof in Bandar Utama.   Asia’s first grassed helipad and nominated by Malaysia Book of Record for Highest Altitude Green Helipad...
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    Malaysia hoteliers propose tourism tax abolishment

    The Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) had today proposed that Malaysia abolish its RM10 per room per night tourism tax to grow foreign tourist arrivals. MAH president Cheah Swee Hee said it told Malaysia’s Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) that the ideal way of dealing with the tourism tax...
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    Malaysia is scrapping plans for a high-speed railway to Singapore. Here’s who wins and loses

    (June 5): Plans to develop a high-speed rail project linking Kuala Lumpur and Singapore have been scuttled and that’s likely to dent the potential fortunes of some that had stood to benefit from the massive endeavour. Malaysia said it was scrapping plans to build a 350-kilometer high-speed rail, costing...