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The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has collected RM4.23 billion in revenue for last year, the bulk of which was from road tax renewals, said transport minister Anthony Loke.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has collected RM4.23bil in revenue for last year, with the bulk of it coming from road tax renewals, said Anthony Loke.The Transport Minister said road tax renewals accounted for 69% of the amount, an increase of 3.32% as compared to the revenue collected in 2017.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) collected RM4.23bil in revenue for 2018, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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The continuous evolution of digital transformation is outstripping the pace of cybersecurity in organisations.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Most of Felda’s 317 land schemes are now facing the problem of a significant change in demography with 69% of the settlers aged 61 to 79 years.The white paper on Felda tabled in Parliament by Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali highlights this challenge, with most elderly settlers still dependent on Felda for a living.
Felda | Azmin Ali | 69% | Most | KUALA LUMPUR | Felda | Parliament | Bernama | 317 | 79 | 61 | 80 | 45 | 25 | 31 | 956 | 4 | 008 | 3.4 | 69 | 23 | 112 | 635
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KUALA LUMPUR:Affin Hwang Capital research is positive on Axis REITS plans to develop Axis mega Distribution Centre Phase 2 into a grade-A distribution centre with green mark qualification and flexible modular space configuration.
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For the first time, a higher percentage of households in the US subscribe to a digital streaming service than to traditional pay television, according to the results of a survey released by Deloitte.
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GIVEN the pace of technology disruption, businesses often find themselves displaced or reacting too late to address their shortcomings.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 31): Almost nine in 10 Malaysian employees and job seekers surveyed recently think that digitalisation requires a different skillset than what they currently possess.