The Malaysian Pulse
Beat of the Nation
Mon, 23 Sep 2019, 11:10 AM
ADVERTISE with The Malaysian Pulse

Topic: 2010

The Star:
Share
Haze exposure linked to respiratory issues
KLANG: Studies have suggested an increased risk of contracting chro­nic diseases such as lung cancer due to constant exposure to haze, which has also been linked to worsening asthma problems and other respiratory-related symptoms.
Malaysiakini:
Share
Vietnam surpassing M'sia should be a wake-up call
MP SPEAKS | The latest news is about Vietnam climbing in the ranking of best countries in which to invest this year, surpassing other Southeast Asian nations such as Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
The coming crisis of China’s one-party regime
On Oct 1, to mark the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic, Chinese President Xi Jinping will deliver a speech that unreservedly celebrates the Communist Party of China’s record since 1949.
The Star:
Share
This week's new game picks: Zelda: Link's Awakening, Untitled Goose Game, Session, Jenny LeClue, The Sojourn
Whisk The Legend Of Zelda hero around a remastered Koholint Island in Link's Awakening, among other new games this week.
The Star:
Share
Underqualified and overqualified fresh graduates
WITH the rise of Industry 4.0, the hunger for innovation and the constant battle between firms to become industry leaders have intensified.
Malay Mail:
Share
Malaysia needs high-skilled jobs for our youths — Joshua Woo
SEPTEMBER 20 — From 2010 to 2017, more than 170,000 graduates entered the workforce annually.
Tech in Asia:
Share
Wavecell: from a small bootstrapped team to a $125m exit
US$125 million. That’s the second-largest reported Southeast Asian startup exit in 2019 so far.
The Star:
Share
Seriously, it’s time to take action
Smoke from Indonesia has been a hazard for 22 years and neighbouring countries should not just accept it as a yearly occurrence.
AsiaOne:
Share
Sultan of Brunei's ex-wife has a baby girl
Former TV journalist Azrinaz Mazhar Hakim (pic) has given birth to a baby girl, Utusan Malaysia reported.
Malaysiakini:
Share
Vietnam ranked in top countries for investment
Vietnam has climbed in the ranking of best countries in which to invest this year, surpassing other Southeast Asian nations such as Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, VNA reported.
The Borneo Post:
Share
Youth charged with raping 3-year-old sister, cousin
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old youth was charged with raping his toddler sister and cousin, both three years old, at the Sessions Court here yesterday.
The Star:
Share
Pokémon Go begins adding creatures from Pokémon Black & White era
Mobile sensation Pokémon Go is catching up with the Pokémon Black & White and Pokémon Black & White 2 console games, with some exclusive to specific global...
The Star:
Share
Unemployed man charged with raping sister and cousin
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old unemployed man has been charged with raping his sister and cousin throughout their formative years in Kota Marudu district.
The Star:
Share
Sultan of Brunei’s ex-wife has a baby girl
FORMER TV journalist Azrinaz Mazhar Hakim (pic) has given birth to a baby girl, Utusan Malaysia reported.
The Star:
Share
Malindo Air investigating customer data breach
KUALA LUMPUR: Malindo Air is investigating a recent compromise with the personal data of Malindo Airways passengers stored on “a cloud-based environment”, says...
Malay Mail:
Share
Apple taps recycled rare earth elements for iPhone parts
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 18 — Apple Inc’s new iPhones will used recycled rare earth elements in a key component, the company said today.
The Star:
Share
Man charged with raping sis and cousin since they were toddlers
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old unemployed man has been charged with raping his sister and cousin in Kota Marudu district since they were toddlers.
Malay Mail:
Share
Najib’s ex-aide admits to getting ‘pocket money’ from Jho Low for official overseas trips
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 — A former special aide to Datuk Seri Najib Razak has admitted that he had received “pocket money” from fugitive financier Low Taek Jho for several overseas trips.
The Borneo Post:
Share
Report: Malindo Air says no financially sensitive info exposed in data breach
Passengers who have Malindo Miles accounts should change their passwords if identical passwords have been used on other services online.
The Star:
Share
Malindo investigating customer data breach
PETALING JAYA: Malindo Miles is investigating a recent compromise of personal data of Malindo Airways passengers stored in a cloud-based environment, says...
Malaysiakini:
Share
Change your password, says Malindo after 'millions' of passenger details leaked
Malindo Airways Sdn Bhd is asking its passengers to change their passwords for their other online services if it is the same one used for the airline's website.
Malay Mail:
Share
After data breach revealed, Malindo Air says nothing of harm exposed
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 — Malindo Air assured its customers today that no financially sensitive information was exposed in a massive data breach of the airline’s databases involving millions of acco...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Malindo Air says passengers' personal data 'may have been compromised' in...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 18): Personal data of Malindo Airways Sdn Bhd (Malindo Air) passengers that have been stored in a cloud-based environment "may have been compromised", the airline said in a statemen...
Malay Mail:
Share
'Pokemon Go' begins adding creatures from 'Pokemon Black & White' era
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 18 ― Mobile sensation Pokémon Go is catching up with the Pokémon Black & White and Pokémon Black & White 2 console games, with some exclusive to specific global regions.
Malay Mail:
Share
As Speedy Video’s flagship store shutters, is this the death knell for film collectors, local industry?
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 — Since 1989, Speedy Video Distributors Sdn Bhd has been at the forefront of the local entertainment scene, with sole rights to home releases from major Hollywood studios such ...
theSun:
Share
Call to raise tariff for parcel delivery
PETALING JAYA: Apart from raising postal rates, the Association of Malaysian Express Carriers (Amec) wants the government to review its proposal for a minimum base tariff for parcels of up to 2kg for ...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Special Report: Not all shareholders suffer equally
FOR minority shareholders of TH Plantations Bhd (THP), its aggressive debt-fuelled expansion in 2011 and 2012 — underpinned by a massive related-party transaction (RPT) — was a watershed moment fo...
CarSifu:
Share
US to allow drivers to choose 'quiet car' alert sounds
WASHINGTON: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday proposed allowing automakers to offer a variety of sound choices for electric vehicles and other “quiet cars” to choose fro...
The Star:
Share
Integrity chief: Malaysia’s war on corruption is coming together
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's political will to fight corruption to the core has started bearing fruit, says the nation’s former anti-graft chief.
Malay Mail:
Share
Aldi UK to plough on with investment plan as pays price for expansion
LONDON, Sept 16 — Aldi reaffirmed its commitment to investing in Britain today, despite a 26 per cent fall in 2018 profit at the German discount supermarket group’s UK business as it paid the pric...
Malay Mail:
Share
No more for me: S. Korean beer imports from Japan plunge 97pc
SEOUL, Sept 16 — South Korean imports of Japanese beer slumped almost to zero last month in the face of a consumer boycott sparked by a bitter trade and historical dispute between Seoul and Tokyo, d...
The Star:
Share
Thai wildlife poachers caught in anti-poaching operation
PETALING JAYA: Two Thai wildlife poachers were detained in Royal Belum State Park in Perak in an anti-poaching operation, says Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
The Star:
Share
Two Thai poachers nabbed following joint ops between Perhilitan, police
PETALING JAYA: Two Thai wildlife poachers were detained in the Royal Belum State Park in Perak following the "Ops Bersepadu Khazanah (OBK)", says Dr Xavier...
theSun:
Share
Perhilitan seized 100 kg wild boar parts, meat in Johor
JOHOR BARU: Johor Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) yesterday confiscated some 100 kg of wild boar body parts and meat from a restaurant operator in a premises at Taman Ungku Tun ...
Malay Mail:
Share
Johor Wildlife Dept seizes 100kg wild boar parts, meat
JOHOR BARU, Sept 14 — Johor Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) yesteday confiscated some 100 kilogrammes of wild boar body parts and meat from a restaurant operator in a premises...
The Star:
Share
Industry players welcome postal tariff hike
The proposed increase in postal tariffs could be a boon for logistics companies. In particular, it could benefit national courier and postal service provider Pos Malaysia Bhd...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Developing skill sets that match emerging jobs
As technology assumes the leading role in defining future occupations, the youth need to be better prepared to embrace new technologies when they arrive, or risk being sidelined by businesses.
The Star:
Share
eSports: Ferrari get off to a winning start on virtual F1 racetrack
Ferrari followed two wins in a row on the real racetrack with a virtual double on Sept 11, with Italian gamer David Tonizza triumphant on the team's Formula One esports...
The Star:
Share
Iron ore glory days seen numbered as China demand rolls over
SINGAPORE: Iron ore faces a long, slow slide over the coming half-decade.
theSun:
Share
New tariffs to reverse Pos Malaysia’s losses, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Postage may get costlier as an announcement of a possible tariff hike will be made by the government by the end of the year.
The Star:
Share
Go for big guns, not small fry involved in syndicate selling MyKad, says PAS
PETALING JAYA: PAS leaders have called on the authorities to book the big guns and not just the small fry involved in a syndicate selling MyKad and travel documents, enabling foreigners to masquerade as Malaysians.
theSun:
Share
Wan Azizah attends funeral of former Indonesian president Habibie
JAKARTA: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail arrived here Thursday to represent Malaysia in paying her last respects to former Indonesian president Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie or B...
The Edge Markets:
Share
1MDB-Tanore Trial: Najib moved to ensure grip on 1MDB and Edra
LONG before the proposed listing of 1Malaysia Development Bhd’s (1MDB) power assets in 2015 to raise billions of ringgit, Datuk Seri Najib Razak appeared to have a game plan to control the companies...
Malay Mail:
Share
DPM attends funeral of former Indonesian president BJ Habibie
JAKARTA, Sept 12 — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail arrived here today to represent Malaysia in paying her last respects to former Indonesian president Bacharuddin Jusuf Hab...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Govt looking to implement data and AI policy — Gobind
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): The government is looking to implement a policy on data and artificial intelligence (AI), according to Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo (pictured).
Malaysiakini:
Share
Ex-deputy executive chair get 5 years, fined RM9m for insider trading
A former deputy executive chairperson of Malaysian Merchant Marine Berhad was sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison and fined RM9 million by the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court today after pleading g...
The Star:
Share
Singer walking dogs in bikini causes a stir
AUSTRALIAN singer Kimberley Chen (pic) caused a stir online after posting photos of herself taking her dogs out for a stroll while dressed only in a bikini, Sin Chew Daily...
The Star:
Share
Former exec deputy chairman jailed five years and fined RM9mil for insider trading
PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court has sentenced a former executive deputy chairman of a public-listed company to a five-year jail term and a fine of...
The Star:
Share
Cops arrest NRD officer and 20 others; bust fake ID syndicate
PETALING JAYA: The police have busted a syndicate specialising in creating fraudulent identification papers after arresting several members, including an officer from...
theSun:
Share
Former deputy executive chairman of shipping company found guilty of insider trading
KUALA LUMPUR: A former deputy executive chairman of Malaysian Merchant Marine Berhad was sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison and fined RM9 million by the sessions court here today after pleadin...
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
Multi-racial boarding schools successfully encouraging unity, forum told
KUALA LUMPUR: A former boarding school head today pointed to the success of a multi-racial boarding school programme in promoting unity through education.
The Edge Markets:
Share
Ex-MMM deputy chairman Ramesh jailed, fined for insider trading
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): Former Malaysian Merchant Marine Bhd deputy executive chairman Datuk Ramesh Rajaratnam was today found guilty of insider trading.
Malaysiakini:
Share
UAE coach praises Bukit Jalil after win, but laments pitch condition
After escaping a setback with a 2-1 narrow win against underdogs Malaysia, United Arab Emirates head coach, Bert van Marwijk started his post-match press conference last night full of praise for the B...
The Star:
Share
Leong mortgaged house to fund ex-hubby’s business
AFTER announcing her divorce, it has been revealed that Malaysian singer Fish Leong had mortgaged her house to fund her husband’s restaurant business, China Press...
Malay Mail:
Share
Does Pharmaniaga hold a monopoly over healthcare? Deputy health minister explains
IPOH, Sept 11 — Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng’s recent remarks on Pharmaniaga Bhd’s supposed monopoly has cast a spotlight on the drug concessionaire, following news of a review of other similar...
Channel NewsAsia:
Share
Commentary: The East Malaysia secession grapevine, an absolute headache for Malaysia Day
HOBART: This coming Monday (Sep 16) marks Malaysia Day, a public holiday that commemorates the formation of the Federation of Malaysia – when the states of Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore merge...
Vulcan Post:
Share
Here Are 19 Local Startups Selling Apparel & Accessories At Artbox Malaysia 2019
Food aside, one of the other major reasons why people attend Artbox Malaysia is to check out talented artists or designers from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand who often handcraft their go...
The Star:
Share
Amhari: I did not declare US$200,000 loan from Jho Low for property purchase
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite then being a public servant, Datuk Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin did not declare the US$200,000 loan he received from fugitive businessman...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Tan Chong subsidiary's Vietnam JV with Nissan extended
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd said today the joint venture (JV) agreement between its wholly-owned subsidiary ETCM (V) Pte Ltd (ETCMV) and Nissan Motor Co Ltd (NML) to import an...
The Star:
Share
BMW & Co are losing their allure and that’s got Germany worried
FRANKFURT: Germany is at a crossroads, and nowhere will that be more evident than at the Frankfurt auto show this week.
The Star:
Share
Remasters ahoy: ‘Assassin’s Creed’, ‘ Divinity: OS2’, ’Xenoblade Chronicles’, plus ‘Deadly Premonition’ and sequel
Remasters of modern classic Xenoblade Chronicles, two seafaring Assassin’s Creed games, acclaimed fantasy adventure Divinity: Original Sin 2, plus the first Deadly...
The Star:
Share
Fish Leong confirms divorce
THE Queen of Love Songs, Malaysian singer Fish Leong (pic), broke down while singing and finally admitted that rumours of her divorce were true, Oriental Daily reported.
CarSifu:
Share
Ferrari mixes sport with power in new Spider and GTS models
MARANELLO: Italy’s Ferrari RACE.M showed off two new cars on Monday as it pursues an aggressive roll-out of new premium models to sustain turbo-charged core earnings and share price growth.
Malay Mail:
Share
Office provider The Executive Centre pauses sale amid Hong Kong protests, says source
HONG KONG, Sept 9 — Office space provider The Executive Centre (TEC) has paused its sale process over fears that its large Hong Kong exposure could weigh on its valuation as sometimes violent protes...
The Star:
Share
The world’s oil glut is much worse than it looks
A MEETING of ministers from Opec states and their oil-producing allies will take place in Abu Dhabi this week. It will probably be a subdued affair. Oil prices remain...
Malaysiakini:
Share
Indigenous rights activist murdered in remote Amazon town
Indigenist Maxciel Pereira dos Santos was murdered execution-style before members of his family in the Amazon town of Tabatinga, according to INA, a union group representing workers at Brazil’s indi...
The Star:
Share
3R approach in medical equipment and facilities
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will focus on ensuring existing medical equipment and facilities are functioning well through the adoption of the “Repairs, Replace and...
theSun:
Share
Adopt repair, replace and restore approach for govt medical equipment, facilities: Lim
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will focus on ensuring that existing medical equipment and facilities are functioning well through the adoption of the “Repairs, Replace and Restore” (3R) approach, sa...
The Borneo Post:
Share
Adopt 3R approach in govt medical equipment, facilities – Lim
Lim Guan Eng – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The government will focus on ensuring that existing medical equipment and facilities are functioning well through the adoption of the “Repairs, Rep...
Malaysiakini:
Share
Gov't to focus on ensuring medical equipment and facilities are functioning well
The government will focus on ensuring that existing medical equipment and facilities are functioning well through the adoption of the “Repairs, Replace and Restore” (3R) approach, says Finance Min...
Malay Mail:
Share
Uneasy with monopoly’s effect on healthcare cost, Putrajaya to study Pharmaniaga contract
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 — Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today said that Putrajaya will be re-looking its existing contract with drug concessionaire Pharmaniaga Bhd, expressing concern on the effects of...
The Star:
Share
New fund launched to help children with leukaemia
PETALING JAYA: A new non-­governmental organisation has set up a foundation called Save Leukaemia Kids Mission, in aid of families struggling with childhood leukaemia.
Malaysiakini:
Share
Brazil deforestation rises in August, adding to Amazon fire worries
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest rose for the fourth straight month in August from a year earlier, according to preliminary government data released on Friday, adding to concerns over fir...
Malay Mail:
Share
3.5 years’ jail for Malaysian who dodged HIV tests in Singapore, although six partners tested positive
SINGAPORE, Sept 7 — For more than five years, the authorities urged a man to get tested for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) after learning he had sex with an HIV-positive man.
The Star:
Share
Be careful what you wish for
LIFE is full of surprises and opportunities.On Tuesday, I received an intriguing message via Facebook messenger.“Philip, It’s me, CJ.
Malay Mail:
Share
Merdeka vs Malaysia Day? Analysts say nothing wrong with having both
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 7 — The ongoing debate over why Malaysia effectively celebrates two national days is predicated on a misunderstanding of their significance, according to political observers.
The Borneo Post:
Share
NCR New Initiative has accelerated land surveys — Uggah
Uggah (second left) receives a memento from State Secretary Datu Jaul Samion.
The Star:
Share
‘US$800k was not a reward’
KUALA LUMPUR: A key witness in the 1Malaysia Development Bhd trial has denied that some US$800,000 (RM3.36mil) deposited into his foreign bank account was...
Malay Mail:
Share
Global renewables investment to triple this decade, says UN
LONDON, Sept 5 — Global investment in new capacity for renewable energy is on course to reach US$2.6 trillion by the end of this decade, more than triple the amount of the previous decade, a report ...
theSun:
Share
Jho Low lent me US$200,000 to buy house, Najib’s ex-aide tells court
KUALA LUMPUR: Former special officer to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak told the High Court here today that fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho, or Jho Low lend him US$200,000 (RM838,000) without any loan ag...
Malaysiakini:
Share
British PM Johnson's brother quits on eve of Brexit election campaign
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to kick off what is in effect an election campaign casting parliament as the enemy of Brexit was overshadowed today when his younger brother Jo (photo) qu...
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
Penang’s ‘not my problem’ stance on low-cost units morally wrong, says CAP
GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s first-time home buyers continue to be ripped off as developers charge double for low-cost flats worth RM42,000 or RM72,500, the Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) claimed...
EdgeProp.my:
Share
Amhari admits getting US$200,000 loan from Jho Low
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 5): Prosecution witness Datuk Amhari Effendi Nazaruddin admitted at the High Court today during the 1Malaysia Development Bhd-Tanore (1MDB-Tanore) trial that he had in 2010, obtaine...
The Edge Markets:
Share
Amhari admits getting US$200,000 loan from Jho Low
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 5): Prosecution witness Datuk Amhari Effendi Nazaruddin admitted at the High Court today during the 1Malaysia Development Bhd-Tanore (1MDB-Tanore) trial that he had in 2010, obtai...
The Star:
Share
Comprehensive study on Gojek a must, says FT Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: A comprehensive study must be conducted before any decision on Gojek can be made, says Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad.
Malay Mail:
Share
1MDB trial: Najib’s ex-aide says took US$200,000 from Jho Low to buy property, yet to pay it back
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 — A former special officer to Datuk Seri Najib Razak said fugitive financier Low Taek Jho gave him US$200,000 as a bridging loan for a home purchase in Kota Damansara in 2010, t...
Malaysiakini:
Share
Former first lady of Honduras sentenced to 58 years in jail
The former first lady of Honduras Rosa Elena Bonilla, wife of ex-president Porfirio Lobo, was sentenced on Wednesday to 58 years in jail on charges of fraud and undue appropriation of funds, a spokesm...
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
Govt defends rule requiring publishers to put hologram on Quran
PETALING JAYA: Putrajaya has defended a rule requiring that every copy of the Quran bear a hologram, despite publishers saying that the extra cost to purchase the stickers is a form of unauthorised ta...
Malay Mail:
Share
UK finance minister Javid says he is ‘turning the page on austerity’
LONDON, Sept 4 — British finance minister Sajid Javid said he was “turning the page on austerity” as he outlined spending increases which are widely seen part of a push for an early election by ...
AutoBuzz.my:
Share
New Nissan Juke keeps funky looks and is unapologetically fashionable
When Nissan launched the first generation Juke back in 2010, it had no clue that it would go on to become an international best seller spanning continents, not to mention ‘inspiring’ rivals to emb...
Malay Mail:
Share
S&P: Dubai’s economic slump to persist to 2022
DUBAI, Sept 4 ― A slowdown in Dubai's economy since 2014 is forecast to carry on through 2022 due to low oil prices, fallout from the US-China trade war and political turmoil, Standard and Poor's sa...
Malay Mail:
Share
UK's finance minister set to boost spending as prospect of election grows
LONDON, Sept 4 ― British finance minister Sajid Javid will announce increases in public spending today, preparing the ground for a possible snap election call by Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is ...
The Star:
Share
China seen heading for sub-6% economic growth as tariffs soar
BEIJING: Economists are downgrading their forecasts for economic growth in China again, to below a level seen as necessary for the Communist Party to meet its own goals...
AutoBuzz.my:
Share
Bugatti Chiron becomes first hypercar to exceed 300mph (482km/h)!
Forget everything you’ve ever heard or known as Bugatti has just made us rethink the impossible after breaking the 300mph (482.8km/h) mark with a top speed of 490.4km/h in the 1,500 hp Chiron.
The Star:
Share
Armed with smartphones, Myanmar e-sports players battle power outages
Myanmar's gaming scene is mushrooming, but frequent power cuts are holding players back in the emerging democracy.
Malay Mail:
Share
FAM wants armoured transport for Harimau Malaya in Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has asked its Indonesian counterpart to have an armoured personnel carrier on standby when the Harimau Malaya plays In Jakarta for t...
Malay Mail:
Share
Dubai in push to rebalance bloated property market
DUBAI, Sept 2 — Dubai’s ruler announced today the creation of a panel to address a glut in the property market, a key part of the economy but in decline for the past five years.
Tech in Asia:
Share
Fireside chat with Richard Koh co-founder of Alibaba-backed startup M-DAQ
Dear readers, We’re excited to bring you our next subscribers-only meetup.
The Star:
Share
Dubai halts mega-airport project as Gulf economies stumble
DUBAI: Work on Dubai’s Al Maktoum airport, designed to be one of the world’s biggest with an annual capacity of more than 250 million passengers, is on hold as Gulf Arab economies falter, people familiar with the matter said.
Malay Mail:
Share
Yen rises, yuan falls offshore as Sino-US tariffs kick in
TOKYO, Sept 2 — The yen rose today, driven by appetite for safe-haven assets as Washington and Beijing imposed additional tariffs on each other’s exports, adding to the gloom hanging over the glob...
© 2017-2019 The Malaysian Pulse by Belian Tech PLT. All Rights Reserved.
Free Car Sticker Disclaimer hello@beliantech.com