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Malaysia's Najib served with bankruptcy notice for failing to pay tax bill

Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak said he was served with a bankruptcy notice by the Inland Revenue Board for failing to pay a tax bill totalling 1.74 billion ringgit ($564.0 million).

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Malaysian PM Muhyiddin accused of power grab after Parliament suspended

In explaining why Malaysia needed to suspend democracy for the first time in half a century to fight the pandemic, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin assured the nation he wasn’t staging a military co

Top Glove must be more responsible - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Top Glove must be more responsible

We think that when a company spends over RM1 billion to buy back its shares within a very short period of time, it gives the impression of trying to influence the stock price — whether that is the

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Muhyiddin tests his premiership in hung parliament on key budget vote

Uncertain whether Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s political rivals will resist the temptation to bring him down, Malaysia’s government is set to unveil a 2021 budget on Friday aimed at cushioning

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Glove makers increasingly pull their weight on the KLCI

Malaysian glove makers are threatening to supplant the once-mighty gaming companies in the nation’s benchmark equity index, thanks to the spectacular rally in their shares.

'Wait and see' if Anwar’s majority claim is true: Mahathir - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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'Wait and see' if Anwar’s majority claim is true: Mahathir

Leadership in the West is crumbling, says former prime minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Mohamad, pointing to frayed relations within the European Union and the upcoming US elections.

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Malaysia ex-finance minister Lim Guan Eng arrested on corruption charges regarding Penang undersea tunnel project

Malaysia’s former finance minister Lim Guan Eng was arrested on Thursday in connection with corruption allegations over a US$1.5 billion ($2.05 billion) undersea tunnel project, state news agency B

Al Jazeera's KL office raided over controversial documentary on migrant dormitory

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Al Jazeera's KL office raided over controversial documentary on migrant dormitory

Since June 10, Malaysian police authorities have been investigating the KL office of Qatari state-owned broadcaster Al Jazeera over a 25-minute “controversial” documentary about the migrant workers

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Pivoting from consumption to production

Malaysia’s economic growth in the past 10 years has been fuelled by consumer and government spending.

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