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Dr Mahathir is concerned over India’s move to ban imports of refined palm oil from Malaysia but said it would not stop him from speaking out against policies with which he disagreed.
PKR president Anwar Ibrahim today urged the public to move on from the issue of power transition and focus on the economy.
PAS is wrong to call for rival party DAP to be banned as such moves will only backfire.
An Indian trade organisation representing oilseed crushers today advised its members not to buy palm oil from Malaysia.
The UM Law Society has chided its VC for his speech during the Malay Dignity Congress earlier this month, amid a controversial protest by a graduate against the latter.
Claims of plots and counterplots being hatched begs the question if the nation would witness a repeat of the 1998 episode.
New Delhi has sufficient clout to put a diplomatic cost on Kuala Lumpur owing to Mahathir's defiance on Kashmir earlier at the UNGA.
Dr Mahathir said it would be difficult to lower taxes and increase subsidies simultaneously, a day before Putrajaya presents its Budget for 2020.
Malaysia will listen to any offers for Plus and MAS as long as they fulfil national interests, said Dr Mahathir.
Ambiga Sreenevasan conducted a fact-check on Umno Youth chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki citing 10 reasons for Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to remove DAP and PKR from power.
The government may be forced to introduce new taxes on top of refining the existing Sales and Service Tax.
Putrajaya should keep in mind the friendly relations shared by both countries and desist from making remarks on Kashmir.
The Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 (WKB 2030) is poised to be the strategic driving force of the government in its endeavour to make Malaysia a developed and competitive nation.
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