Mustapa: Rising protectionist sentiment temporary KUALA LUMPUR: The rising tide of protectionism against trade globally is expected to be temporary and would depend on respective governments’ efforts to tackle the issue, said Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.
How to bring back good old days where the races live in harmony? LET’S bring back the good old days where people of various races in the country live harmoniously together as Malaysians, says Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) chief executive officer Datuk CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran
Conflict with humans more of a threat for jumbos KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s dwindling Borneo pygmy elephant population is more threatened by conflict with humans amid forest clearing for agriculture than by accidental and natural deaths, says a conservationist.
Taisei Lamick ups takeover offer for Maypak PETALING JAYA: Japan’s Taisei Lamick Co Ltd (TLC), which owns 54.95% of Malaysia Packaging Industry Bhd (Maypak), has launched an unconditional mandatory takeover offer for the remaining stake at a whopping 65 sen a share.
Injured army captain refused to leave his men behind THE army captain collapsed after an enemy bullet punctured his lung during a mission to fight a group of communist insurgents. Several of his men were injured as well.
Repeat offender fined RM1,500 over RM1 illegal parking charge GEORGE TOWN: A former parking attendant was slapped with a RM1,500 fine by a magistrate’s court for illegally taking RM1 in parking fee from a car driver.