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Religious teacher jailed, fined for caning student (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KAJANG: A religious teacher was sentenced to six months' jail and slapped with the maximum fine of RM2,000 by the magistrate's court here today for causing hurt on his 11-year-old student by caning him on the legs because the boy refused to pray. Magistrate Nor Afidah Idrisn handed down the sentence on Muhammad Adib Abd Halim, 24, after finding that the defence had failed to raise reasonable doubts against the prosecution's case at the end of the defence case. "The court is satisfied that the defence had failed to raise reasonable doubts. Elements in Section 323 of the Penal Code have been established.The person summoned (Muhammad Adib) is thus sentenced to six months' jail from today and fined RM2,000," she added. Muhammad Adib, represented by lawyer Khairul Amin Abdullah, however, appealed for a stay of the sentence pending his appeal to the High Court. Nor Afidah allowed a stay of the sentence but ordered the fine to be paid today. Muhammad Adib paid the fine. On Aug 28 last year, Muhammad Adib was charged with voluntarily causing hurt to a Year 5 pupil by whipping both the boy's legs with a cane at a school in Bandar Seri Putra, Hulu Langat here, at 2.25 pm on Aug 16, 2017. He was charged under Section 323 of the Penal Code which provides for a jail sentence of up to one year or a fine not exceeding RM2,000, or both, if convicted. Earlier during mitigation, Khairul Amin requested for Muhammad Adib to be placed on good behaviour bond on grounds that his client, who was still young, got married last May and now had a wife to support. Deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Hairul Iqram Hairuddin, who prosecuted, said although Muhamamd Adib was still young, he was matured enough to differentiate the good and bad. Also present at today's proceeding were Muhammad Adib's wife and parents, and a non-governmental organisation, Persatuan Gerakan Kebangkitan Pendidik Kebangsaan (Pendidik), represented by its president, Normala Sudirman. — Bernama
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Johor Baru MP Akmal Nasir is the new PKR Youth Chief (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
SHAH ALAM: Johor Baru MP Akmal Nasir (pix) is the new PKR Youth Chief while Gombak Setia assemblyman Muhammad Hilman Idham is his deputy. Akmal's rival for the post was outgoing deputy youth chief Dr Afif Bahardin. The results were announced at PKR's 13th National Congress which is being held at the Ideal Convention Centre in Shah Alam from Nov 16 to 18. Muhammad Hilman in addressing the crowd here, said the youth machinery had successfully undergone a long internal party election. "The rakyat is tired of hearing us fight with each other. We won today as a party that is part of a new ruling government. "I have never dreamed of being a political celebrity, my intention is to serve the public. This is a good beginning," he said. MORE TO COME
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FRD submits recommendations to improve water rescue operation (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUANTAN: The Fire and Rescue Department (FRD) has submitted recommendations on various improvements to avoid the death of its personnel in water rescue operations. Its director-general, Datuk Mohammad Hamdan Wahid, said the recommendations were included in the investigation report on the death of six fire personnel during a mining pool rescue mission in Puchong early last month which was submitted to the Home and Local Government Ministry. "We proposed improvements in terms of the standard operating procedures (SOP) and training,'" he told reporters at a programme with retired fire personnel in Pahang here last night. However, he declined to elaborate on the report as an independent inquiry had been set up to probe into the incident. The incident occurred on Oct 3 while the firemen, from the department's Water Rescue Unit, were in a search and rescue mission for a teenager who fell into a mining pool at Taman Putra Perdana, Puchong in Selangor. Those killed were Mohd Fatah Hashim, 34, Izatul Akma Wan Ibrahim, 32, Mazlan Omarbaki, 25, Yahya Ali, 24, Adnan Othman, 33, and Muhammad Hifdzul Malik Shaari, 25. In another development, Mohammad Hamdan said the department continued to take care of its personnel even after they retired through the setting up of the retired firemen's association in the states. He said among states that had set up the association were Pahang, Johor, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. "Through the association, we are able to contribute continuously for their welfare as some of them are not well and old," he added. — Bernama
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Eight suspected militants nabbed including Abu Sayyaf commander (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Police detained eight suspected militants including a commander of the Abu Sayyaf Terror Group (ASG) and a child militant recruiter. The Abu Sayyaf Group is notorious for its kidnapping-for-ransom activities in the Southern Philippines and Sabah. Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun (pix) said that the suspects comprising seven Filipinos, and a local were arrested in Putrajaya and Sabah between Oct 30 to Nov 12. A blacksmith of Philippine nationality was nabbed in Kinarut, Sabah, on Nov 10 and was said to be a senior member in Abu Sayyaf. "The Fillipino suspect aged 30, is a commander and the right-hand man of Furuji Indama a senior leader of the ASG, said Mohamad Fuzi. He also added that another Fillipino who was arrested two days earlier (Nov 8), was a child militant recruiter for the ASG. "The suspect was in charge of recruiting children to join the ASG to be used as "human shields" in battles against the Philippine military at Basilan, Southern Philippines. "The suspect also played a part in the beheadings of several hostages held by the Abu Sayyaf Group" he added. He was arrested in Ranau, Sabah on Nov 8 with another countryman as they were planning to flee to southern Philippines to avoid arrest by the Malaysian authorities. Earlier on Nov 3, the police had detained three Filipino members of the ASG in Tenom, Sabah. The men, aged 27, 34 and 51, worked as labourers. "One of them, a 34-year-old, has the expertise of producing firearms to be used by the ASG," said Mohamad Fuzi. On Nov 12, a 60-year-old Filipino was arrested in Tenom, Sabah, for allegedly sheltering a suspect hunted by the police. The local suspect, a 38-year-old who worked as an agent selling gold bars, was detained in Putrajaya on Oct 30 for alleged involvement in terror activities. "He was involved in channelling funds to Akel Zainal, a Malaysian who joined Daesh (Isis) in 2017 for the purpose of financing terrorism activities," said Mohamad Fuzi. All the suspects were arrested on suspicion of committing offences relating to terrorism, under the Penal Code (Act 574) and will be investigated in accordance with the procedure under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Act 747).
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TM names Imri Mokhtar as new acting CEO as Bazlan Osman resigns (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced the resignation of its acting group CEO Datuk Bazlan Osman effective today and has appointed COO Imri Mokhtar as acting group CEO. Bazlan has also given notice of his resignation as executive director, which will take effect on Feb 28, 2019. TM chairman Tan Sri Sulaiman Mahbob expressed his gratitude to Bazlan for his dedication and contribution to the group during his 16-year tenure. Commenting on the appointment of Imri as TM’s new acting group CEO, Sulaiman said Imri is a TM home-grown talent with a strong background in strategy and business operations, and is currently overseeing the business operations of TM group. "Most importantly, he drives the critical initiatives under the Performance Improvement Programme (PIP) 2018 and beyond in order to deliver on our strategies to accelerate convergence and empower digital." Prior to that, Imri was the executive vice president of Unifi, responsible for the end-to-end management of the converged portfolio comprising phone, broadband, mobile, TV, wifi and value-added services for TM’s home and SME customers. "Imri’s appointment as acting group CEO is a natural progression of the responsibilities he is presently carrying and his main role, together with the leadership bench, will be to effectively execute the strategic initiatives planned to assist TM in navigating through the current challenges and position us in a more resilient, competitive and sustainable footing," said Sulaiman.
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Suspected gas cylinder blast kills 42 on Zimbabwe bus (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
HARARE: At least 42 passengers were killed, Zimbabwe police said Friday, after a suspected gas cylinder exploded on a bus, with pictures showing the burnt-out wreckage of the vehicle. "At the moment we know that more than 42 people died," police spokeswoman Charity Charamba told AFP after the accident late on Thursday, with state media reporting that a cooking gas cylinder belonging to a passenger was believed to have exploded igniting a fire. "Our police officers are at the scene," Charamba added. The state-owned Herald newspaper said on its Twitter feed that "it is suspected a gas tank belonging to one of the passengers caused the inferno in the bus. "Dozens have been confirmed dead and several others injured through burns." The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation published photographs showing the destroyed vehicle on a highway between the South African border and the second city Bulawayo. ZBC reported that injured survivors being treated at Gwanda town hospital alleged that a gas smell engulfed the bus after dark before the conductor switched on the lights and the bus caught fire. It said about 30 people were injured, adding the vehicle was travelling from Zvishavane to the Beitbridge crossing via the town of Filabusi when the explosion happened. Last week, 50 people were killed when two buses collided on a road between the capital Harare and the eastern town of Rusape. President Emmerson Mnangagwa said road safety had to be improved after that crash. Traffic accidents are common in Zimbabwe, where roads are riddled with potholes due to years of underfunding and neglect, and driving standards can be poor. In June last year, 43 people were killed in a bus crash in the north, along the highway leading to neighbouring Zambia. — AFP
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Federal Court to give verdict on Bin Abdullah's case next week (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has set next Thursday to deliver its verdict on an appeal by the National Registration Department (NRD) and two others whether a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock could bear his or her father's surname instead of "Abdullah". Lawyer Nizam Bashir, representing the couple and their child who filed a judicial review to compel the NRD director-general to replace their child's surname 'Abdullah' with the name of the child's father in the birth certificate, said he was notified by the court on Tuesday (Nov 13) that the decision would be made on Nov 22. The decision would be delivered by the Apex Court three-man bench comprising Court of Appeal President Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop and Federal Court judges Tan Sri Aziah Ali and Datuk Sri Balia Yusof Wahi, who were among the five-man panel that initially heard the appeal. The other two judges, former Chief Justice Tun Raus Sharif, had resigned, while Federal Court judge Tan Sri Hasan Lah went on retirement. Last Oct 18, Chief Justice Tan Sri Richard Malanjum, presiding a seven-man bench, decided not to rehear afresh the appeal, but for the remaining three judges from the initial Federal Court panel to proceed straight to deliver the decision. Malanjum said there were enough judges remaining in the previous panel which had heard and reserved the decision in the appeal. On May 25, last year, the Court of Appeal had ruled in favour of the couple and their child who filed a judicial review to compel the NRD director-general to replace their child's surname 'Abdullah' with the name of the child's father in the birth certificate. The Court of Appeal, in a written judgment released on July 25, last year held that a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock could bear his or her father's surname instead of "Abdullah". It (the Court of Appeal) said the NRD director-general was not bound by the 'fatwa' or religious edict issued by the National Fatwa Committee to decide the surname of a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock. On Sept 8, last year, the Federal Court granted the NRD, its director-general and the government leave to appeal against the appellate court's decision. — Bernama
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Indonesian woman gets jail after exposing philandering boss (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
LOMBOK, Indonesia: An Indonesian woman who exposed her cheating boss has been slapped with a six-month jail term for her trouble. The supreme court's shock ruling overturned an earlier court decision that had cleared the woman, Baiq Nuril Maknun, of breaking a controversial law against spreading indecent material. "I'm saddened and shocked by this sentence," Maknun's husband Lalu Muhamad Isnaini said Friday in reaction to the ruling, which was issued last week. The odd case stretches back to 2012 when Maknun recorded a conversation in which the principal of the school where she worked on the island of Lombok revealed graphic sexual details about an affair he was having with another colleague. Co-workers of the school administrator — who herself had rebuffed the principal's repeated advances — later convinced Maknun to release the recording in a bid to expose the man's history of lecherous behaviour, according to her lawyer Joko Jumadi. "The principal shared very graphic details about his affair with the school's treasurer in the recording," he told AFP. In response, the principal fired Maknun and filed a complaint with authorities. Maknun was initially cleared of the charges by a local court in Lombok, next to holiday hotspot Bali. But, last Friday, Indonesia's top court reversed that decision, finding her guilty of violating the electronic information law and sentencing her to six months' jail along with a 500 million rupiah (US$34,000) fine. The 36-year-old Maknun told local reporters that the ruling was unfair. "I'm just a victim — what did I do wrong?" she said at the time. The court did not give reasons for its verdict. The prosecutor's office in Lombok told AFP on Friday it is reviewing the case before Maknun begins her sentence. Indonesia's corruption-riddled justice system has long been criticised for the quality of its rulings, while the electronic information law itself has come under fire for being too vague and open to misuse. — AFP
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Hard-working Momota into Hong Kong semis (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
HONG KONG: Top-ranked Kento Momota knocked out Asian Games champion Jonatan Christie to reach the Hong Kong Open semi-finals on Friday after being stretched to three games for the third match in a row. The reigning world champion found extra reserves of strength for his 22-24, 21-9, 21-9 win over Indonesia's Christie, who fell away after winning a close first game. "I want to play for the spectators," said Japan's Momota, who beat Chinese great Lin Dan in the first round and also went the distance with countryman Kanta Tsuneyama on Thursday. "I can't show a cool performance. My play is not spectacular, but I want to show my hard-working attitude." The Japanese star started slowly before igniting his challenge by winning a lightning-quick rally at the net, clawing back within three points of Cristie at 17-20. Momota won four of the next five points before conceding the game, but the Indonesian's confidence was shaken. Christie quickly fell behind in the second game after some misjudged taps into the net, before overcompensating on his forehand and sending several shots wide. The top seed was well on top by the time the second game was over, and he wrapped up the decider in 15 minutes. "Since (Christie) looked exhausted, I focused on my footwork," he told reporters. Momota will next face sixth seed Son Wan-ho, who beat fellow South Korean Lee Dong-keun 21-16, 21-14. World number eight He Bingjiao became the final Chinese player to crash out of the women's singles after retiring in the second game against Sung Ji-hyun, who beat India's P.V. Sindhu on Thursday. In the women's doubles, seventh-ranked Koreans Lee So-hee and Shin Seung-Chan turned the tables on Thai duo Puttita Supajirakul and Sapsiree Taerattanachai, fending off a late-match fightback to progress 13-21, 21-17, 21-18. — AFP
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Juventus apologise for China 'suicide' condolence message (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
SHANGHAI: Juventus have apologised after the Italian champions came under fire for posting a message on Chinese social media about the apparent suicide of a fan, which was later exposed as untrue. The Serie A giants issued a message of condolence on China's Twitter-like Weibo in response to a post on the platform claiming that a fanatical supporter had committed suicide following a row online about striker Cristiano Ronaldo. However, it transpired that Weibo user "Juventus changing room cleaning lady" — whose real name has not been reported — was alive and unharmed after Chinese media and police tracked her down. The case has drawn about 40 million views and generated thousands of comments in recent days on Weibo, where many European football clubs and players connect with their Chinese followers. Juventus's post to its 725,000 followers mourning the supposed suicide triggered several days of criticism and shrill calls for the club to apologise. In a statement to AFP, the club said: "The agency in charge of Juventus social media accounts on Chinese digital platforms did a mistake by believing in what has then been revealed to be fake news, and we apologise for this." The apology is unlikely to placate everyone. "Yes, you were also fooled," wrote one Weibo user, hitting out at the Italian club. "But if you have this title ("Juventus"), at least understand that every word you say represents the image of the club." — AFP
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Bursa Malaysia ends week on high note (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia joined most of its Asian peers to end the week on a high note, supported by positive sentiment on regional markets and amid gains in the US dollar. At the closing bell, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was 12.17 points or 0.71% higher at 1,706.38 from Thursday's close of 1,694.21. Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd Head of Research Kenny Yee said judging from the recent gains on regional bourses, investors had realigned their portfolios. "Foreign funds are positively returning to the Asian markets, including Bursa Malaysia. "The stronger greenback against regional currencies, including the ringgit, has prompted more overseas investors to acquire local value stocks at more affordable prices," he told Bernama. The index opened 11.60 points stronger at 1,705.81 today and moved between 1,701.92 and 1,708.96 throughout the day. Market breadth remained positive with gainers leading losers 450 to 345, with 390 counters unchanged, 696 untraded and 20 others suspended. Volume, however, fell to 1.84 billion units worth RM1.88 billion from 1.98 billion units worth RM1.88 billion yesterday. Asked if the slower third quarter (3Q) gross domestic product (GDP) growth had affected the local equity market, Yee did not see that, as market participants had expected slower economic growth for this year. "Similarly, expectations of slower corporate earnings results in 3Q is also unlikely to have any implications on Bursa Malaysia, as investors have also anticipated this. "They are more looking forward to growth for 2019," he added. Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) today announced that Malaysia's GDP grew by 4.4% for 3Q 2018 compared with 6.2% in the same period last year, driven by strong private consumption following the zerorisation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) during the quarter. According to BNM Governor Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus, the country's GDP rose by 4.7% in the first three quarters, and was on track to register a 4.8% growth in 2018. Among heavyweights, Maybank rose seven sen to RM9.45, Public Bank advanced 12 sen to RM24.62, Tenaga gained eight sen to RM14.90, CIMB increased six sen to RM5.65, while Petronas Chemicals was unchanged at RM9.40. Of actives, Hibiscus advanced one sen to RM1.07, but Permaju, Sapura and MyEG lost half-a-sen each to 35 sen, 36 sen and RM1.13 respectively, while Prestariang was six sen easier at 62.5 sen. Nestle was the top gainer in gaining RM2.60 to RM147.00, followed by Apex Healthcare which bagged 43 sen to RM8.53, F&N improving 40 sen to RM33.40, as Hong Leong Financial rose 38 sen to RM19.38 and Petron Malaysia was up 28 sen to RM7.41. The FBM Emas Index climbed 93.23 points at 11,868.06, the FBMT 100 Index gained 95.21 points to 11,707.35 and the FBM 70 surged 158.98 points to 13,988.70. The FBM Emas Syariah Index strengthened 87.52 points to 11,955.80 and the FBM Ace Index was 0.66 of-a-point better at 4,945.12. Sector-wise, the Finance Index soared 100.15 points to 17,301.67, the Industrial Products and Services Index edged up 0.90 of-a-point to 174.01 and the Plantation Index was 21.02 points firmer at 7,256.64. Main Market volume narrowed to 1.15 billion shares worth RM1.71 billion from 1.26 million shares worth RM1.68 billion on Thursday. Warrants turnover slid to 381.46 million units valued at RM98.67 million versus 415.92 million units valued at RM111.73 million. Volume on the ACE Market, however, widened to 309.81 million shares worth RM75.83 million compared with 305.68 million shares worth RM84.75 million. Consumer products and services accounted for 203.51 million shares traded on the Main Market, industrial products and services (256.70 million), construction (38.81 million), technology (192.85 million), SPAC (365,800), financial services (52.73 million), property (66.17 million), plantations (26.12 million), REITs (5.91 million), closed/fund (nil), energy (202.59 million), healthcare (29.06 million), telecommunication and media (52.41 million), transportation and logistics (16.53 million) and utilities (13.20 million). The physical price of gold as at 5pm stood at RM158.34 per gramme, up 11 sen from RM158.23 at 5pm yesterday. — Bernama
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TM names Imri Mokhtar as new acting CEO as Bazlan Osman resigns (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced the resignation of its acting group CEO Datuk Bazlan Osman effective today and has appointed COO Imri Mokhtar as acting group CEO. Bazlan has also given notice of his resignation as executive director, which will take effect on Feb 28, 2019. TM chairman Tan Sri Sulaiman Mahbob expressed his gratitude to Bazlan for his dedication and contribution to the group during his 16-year tenure. Commenting on the appointment of Imri as TM’s new acting group CEO, Sulaiman said Imri is a TM home-grown talent with a strong background in strategy and business operations, and is currently overseeing the business operations of TM group. "Most importantly, he drives the critical initiatives under the Performance Improvement Programme (PIP) 2018 and beyond in order to deliver on our strategies to accelerate convergence and empower digital." Prior to that, Imri was the executive vice president of Unifi, responsible for the end-to-end management of the converged portfolio comprising phone, broadband, mobile, TV, wifi and value-added services for TM’s home and SME customers. "Imri’s appointment as acting group CEO is a natural progression of the responsibilities he is presently carrying and his main role, together with the leadership bench, will be to effectively execute the strategic initiatives planned to assist TM in navigating through the current challenges and position us in a more resilient, competitive and sustainable footing," said Sulaiman.
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Mah Sing's Q3 earnings 30% lower on lower property sales (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Mah Sing Group Bhd's net profit for the third quarter ended Sept 30, 2018 fell 30.4% to RM64.23 million from RM92.31 million a year ago due to lower property development contribution. Its revenue dropped 28.4% to RM504.26 million compared with RM704.26 million in the previous year's corresponding quarter. For the first nine months of the year, Mah Sing's net profit also went down 24.7% to RM205.57 million from RM273.12 million a year ago, while revenue was lower by 22.1% to RM1.68 billion from RM2.15 billion. The group achieved property sales of about RM1.22 billion for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2018. Mah Sing said with 74% of targeted residential sales for 2018 priced below RM500,000, the group stands to benefit from various initiatives of Budget 2019 such as continuation of stamp duty exemption on Memorandum of Transfer (MOT) and loan agreement for first residential property worth not more than RM500,000 as well as the National Home Ownership Campaign, which exempts stamp duty on MOT for residential properties priced between RM300,001 and RM1 million starting from Jan 1, 2019. The group also said it is in a good position to capitalise on opportunities that arise to acquire more prime landbank and to explore joint ventures with focus on urban well-planned affordable housing projects.
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Malaysia not fully benefited from rising oil prices due to gas supply disruption, says Finance Minister (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's gas exports have been suffering from severe disruption since the second quarter of 2018 following a production breakdown in Kebabangan gas field in Sabah, according to the Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. Hence, he said, the country has not fully benefited from the rising oil prices in the past six months. "Major repairs and assessment works are still ongoing and production is only expected to return to full capacity by the middle of next year the latest," Lim said in a statement. He highlighted that the supply disruption has severely affected gross domestic product (GDP) growth and petroleum income tax revenue received by the government. For the third quarter of 2018, petroleum income tax revenue declined 27% to RM2.79 billion from RM3.81 billion in the second quarter. “The disruption could easily be seen in the industrial production index where the overall index on average grew 2.2% year-on-year (y-o-y) in the May-September period while the mining sub-index contracted by 5.3% y-o-y on average. The same supply shock is expected to continue until the middle of next year,” he added. Given the less than expected revenue received by the federal government from rising energy prices so far, Lim said the continued economic resilience proves that Malaysia is not as dependent on energy prices as in the past. “That economic resilience originates from a mature domestic financial market coupled with political stability provided by a new transparent government,” he noted. Furthermore, he said that Malaysia has a well-diversified economy with 23% of its GDP contributed by the manufacturing sector and 55% by the service sector, while mining-related activities contributing only 9% to the GDP. “Malaysia cannot be compared with Saudi Arabia, where mining forms 25% of the Saudi Arabian economy. It is inappropriate to compare the two countries side-by-side given the stark difference between the two economies,” he added.
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October vehicle sales up 0.5% to 47,273 units in Oct: MAA (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Vehicle sales in October 2018 were up marginally 0.5% to 47,273 units from 47,041 units in the same month a year ago, according to the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA). However, MAA said the sales volume in October 2018 was 51% higher than September 2018, due to availability of stocks replacing the depleted post-zero Goods and Services Tax (GST) period. In addition, it said year-to-date, the total industry volume (TIV) was 6% higher than the similar corresponding period in 2017. The sales volume for November 2018 is expected to be slightly better than October 2018 on the back of new model launches and aggressive year-end promotional campaigns, it added.
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Malaysia records RM112.2b net liabilities in international investment position in Q3 (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s net international investment position recorded higher net liabilities of RM112.2 billion for the third quarter (Q3) of 2018, 40.8% higher than the RM79.7 billion in Q2, according to the Department of Statistics. For the quarter under review, the country's financial liabilities position increased to RM1.81 trillion against RM1.76 billion in Q2. Total assets registered RM1.7 trillion, higher than the RM1.68 trillion in Q2. This translated to the higher net liabilities of RM112.2 billion. Foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Malaysia in Q3 was up 10% to RM614.7 billion from RM590.3 billion in Q2. The manufacturing sector was the highest FDI recipient (41.4%), followed by financial and insurance or takaful activities (22.3%) and wholesale & retail trade (7.2%). The top three FDI countries were Singapore (RM120.9 billion), Japan (RM74.5 billion) and Hong Kong (RM72.5 billion). Direct investment abroad (DIA) declined to RM491.3 billion in Q3 from RM481 billion in Q2. It was mainly in financial and insurance or takaful activities (37.7%), followed by mining and quarrying (16.7%) and agriculture (8.1%). Singapore remained as the main destination of DIA position with RM95.2 billion or 19.4% of DIA, followed by Indonesia (RM45.1 billion) and Cayman Islands(RM29.7 billion). Portfolio investment continued to be in a net liabilities position, recording RM287.5 billion in Q3 against RM272.2 billion in Q2, while other investment recorded net liabilities of RM129.0 billion in Q3 versus RM123.6 billion in Q2.
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Petronas Chemicals Q3 earnings up 38% to RM1.26b (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd's (Petchem) net profit for the third quarter ended Sept 30, 2018 jumped 37.8% to RM1.26 billion from RM913 million a year ago, supported by lower tax expenses and higher interest income. Its revenue increased 20.4% to RM4.83 billion compared with RM4.01 billion in the previous year's corresponding quarter on the back of higher product prices. For the nine months period, the group's net profit rose 16.5% to RM3.69 billion from RM3.17 billion a year ago, while revenue was 14.6% higher at RM14.51 billion from RM12.67 billion. Petchem said its plant utilisation was lower at 79% compared with 86% in the same quarter last year, largely due to higher level of statutory turnaround activities at its urea and methanol plants. Consequently, production and sales volumes were lower. Moving forward, the group's operations are expected to be primarily influenced by global economic conditions, foreign exchange rate movements, utilisation rate of its production facilities and petrochemical products prices, which have a high correlation to crude oil price, particularly for the olefins and derivatives segment. "The utilisation of our production facilities is dependent on plant maintenance activities and sufficient availability of feedstock as well as utilities supply. The group will continue with its operational excellence programme and supplier relationship management to sustain plant utilisation level at above industry benchmark," it said. At 2.40pm, Petchem shares were unchanged at RM9.40 on 2.17 million shares done.
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Malaysia's GDP growth moderates further to 4.4% in Q3 (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUALA LUMPUR:The Malaysian economy grew at a slower pace of 4.4% in the third quarter (Q3) this year, driven by private sector activity. The country's gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at 4.5% and 5.4% in Q2 and Q1, respectively. Bank Negara Malaysia governor Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus said private consumption expanded strongly during the quarter following the zerorisation of Goods and Services Tax. "On the supply side, the services and manufacturing sectors supported growth, while the mining sector continued to be affected by production shocks," she said at a briefing today. For the first nine months of the year, the economy grew by 4.7%.  Nor Shamsiah said growth could have been 0.5 to 0.7 percentage points higher in the absence of commodity shocks, as 17% of the economy (agriculture, mining and quarrying) contracted by 1.3%. She said growth in other sectors continued to be firm with 82% of the economy growing by 6.2% during the nine-month period. The economy is on track to register a growth of 4.8% for the full year, supported by private sector activity with gradual recovery in commodity production lending support to growth.
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Utusan Melayu up 3.44% on RM18m land sale (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA:Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd’s share price rose as much as 3.44% to 15 sen this morning on news of an RM18 million industrial land sale. At 11.36 am, the stock was still trading at 15 sen with 33,000 shares done.  The Practice Note 17 (PN 17) company told the stock exchange yesterday that it is disposing a piece of industrial land measuring 4,715 square metres near its headquarters in Chan Sow Lin, Kuala Lumpur for RM18 million. It had on November 15 entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement with Strong Skyhutch Sdn Bhd for the disposal. The original cost of investment in the land was RM813,191, which was incurred on December 20, 1979. Its net book value based on the latest audited financial statements as at December 31, 2017 was RM196,174.00. Utusan said the net proceed from the proposed disposal are intended to be utilised partially to fund working capital requirements, including payment to creditors such as suppliers and statutory obligations, administrative expenses such as salaries and wages and other operating expenses such as promotional activities. It added the proposed disposal provides an opportunity for the group to unlock the immediate value of the land.
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KL shares open higher (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUALA LUMPUR: KL shares opened higher today in tracking the gains on Wall Street amid steadied crude oil prices. At 9.05 am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) surged 11.82 points to 1,706.03 from Thursday's close of 1,694.21. The index opened 11.60 points higher at 1,705.81 today. Market breadth was positive with gainers outnumbering losers 183 to 52, with 138 counters unchanged, 1,508 untraded and 20 others suspended. Volume stood at 85.92 million units valued at RM55.59 million. In a note today, Public Investment Bank Bhd said the FBM KLCI was higher as Wall Street managed to look beyond the Brexit headlines and took a more optimistic view of the US-China trade picture. Meanwhile, crude oil prices showed steady improvement with benchmark Brent crude price rising to US$66.62 per barrel at 9.05 am. Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB) said as the commodities rout took a break, bargain hunting is likely to resume with the spotlight now focused further on export-related stocks following a decline in the ringgit. "Technically, we expect the FBM KLCI to range between the levels of 1,680 and 1,720 today, while downside supports are 1,680 and 1,658," it added. Among heavyweights, Maybank rose six sen to RM9.44, Tenaga jumped 10 sen to RM14.92, Petronas Chemicals ticked up one sen to RM9.41, CIMB was seven sen better at RM5.66 but Public Bank declined two sen to RM24.48. Of actives, Tatt Giap and Hibiscus edged up one sen each to 23.5 sen and RM1.07 respectively, Permaju added 1.5 sen to 41.5 sen, PUC was half-a-sen firmer at 15 sen while Sapura was unchanged at 36.5 sen. Nestle was the top gainer, bagging RM1.50 to RM145.90, while Batu Kawan led the top losers list by giving up 28 sen to RM16.28. The FBM Emas Index climbed 79.14 points to 11,853.96, the FBMT 100 Index put on 80.58 points to 11,692.72, the FBM 70 strengthened 94.20 points to 13,923.92 and the FBM Ace Index was 13.78 points better at 4,958.24. The FBM Emas Shariah Index jumped 93.01 points to 11,961.29. Sector-wise, the Finance Index accumulated 85.94 points to 17,287.46, the Industrial Products and Services Index edged up 0.87 point to 173.98 and the Plantation Index was 39.04 points firmer at 7,274.66. Gold futures contracts on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives were untraded in the early session today. At 9.44 am, November 2018, December 2018, January 2019 and February 2019 were unchanged at RM163.30, RM163.30, RM163.40 and RM163.50 per gramme respectively. Volume was nil, while open interest amounted to 28 contracts. At 9.30 am, the price of physical gold was up eight sen at RM158.31 per gramme. — Bernama
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Eight suspected militants nabbed including Abu Sayyaf commander (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Police detained eight suspected militants including a commander of the Abu Sayyaf Terror Group (ASG) and a child militant recruiter. The Abu Sayyaf Group is notorious for its kidnapping-for-ransom activities in the Southern Philippines and Sabah. Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun (pix) said that the suspects comprising seven Filipinos, and a local were arrested in Putrajaya and Sabah between Oct 30 to Nov 12. A blacksmith of Philippine nationality was nabbed in Kinarut, Sabah, on Nov 10 and was said to be a senior member in Abu Sayyaf. "The Fillipino suspect aged 30, is a commander and the right-hand man of Furuji Indama a senior leader of the ASG, said Mohamad Fuzi. He also added that another Fillipino who was arrested two days earlier (Nov 8), was a child militant recruiter for the ASG. "The suspect was in charge of recruiting children to join the ASG to be used as "human shields" in battles against the Philippine military at Basilan, Southern Philippines. "The suspect also played a part in the beheadings of several hostages held by the Abu Sayyaf Group" he added. He was arrested in Ranau, Sabah on Nov 8 with another countryman as they were planning to flee to southern Philippines to avoid arrest by the Malaysian authorities. Earlier on Nov 3, the police had detained three Filipino members of the ASG in Tenom, Sabah. The men, aged 27, 34 and 51, worked as labourers. "One of them, a 34-year-old, has the expertise of producing firearms to be used by the ASG," said Mohamad Fuzi. On Nov 12, a 60-year-old Filipino was arrested in Tenom, Sabah, for allegedly sheltering a suspect hunted by the police. The local suspect, a 38-year-old who worked as an agent selling gold bars, was detained in Putrajaya on Oct 30 for alleged involvement in terror activities. "He was involved in channelling funds to Akel Zainal, a Malaysian who joined Daesh (Isis) in 2017 for the purpose of financing terrorism activities," said Mohamad Fuzi. All the suspects were arrested on suspicion of committing offences relating to terrorism, under the Penal Code (Act 574) and will be investigated in accordance with the procedure under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Act 747).
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Residents fear landslide over plans to develop Penang Hill (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
GEORGE TOWN: The plan to build two hotels on Penang Hill has raised concerns among residents here on the possibility of another landslide. Several Penangites who live in the vicinity said they were concerned about the environmental repercussions of the two projects. Lee Geok Lan told theSun that during the rainy season last week, mud water flowed down from the hilltop, adding that a construction project on the hilltop would worsen the situation. Another Penigite, T. Vejarani said the construction work would give rise to pollution in the area, causing discomfort to residents in the neighbourhood. She said the green lung on the hill would also be affected. In a Facebook posting, Penang Hill Watch co-founder Rexy Prakash Chacko also criticised the state's plan to proceed with the development. "Penang Hill has always been and will always be etched in our hearts," he stressed while urging the state government to reconsider the development plan. Last Friday, members of civil society organisations staged a protest outside the State Assembly building to protest the hilltop project. Meanwhile, Bukit Bendera MP Wong Hon Wai said the proposed construction must adhere to guidelines stipulated by the city council. He also stressed that public amenities on Penang Hill such as the food court and toilets need to be upgraded.
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Struggles of PKR Wanita represent collective voice of Malaysian women (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
SHAH ALAM: Newly elected PKR Wanita Chief Haniza Talha (pix) said the party's women's wing represents the collective voice of Malaysian women "We are the real voice of Malaysian women, all our struggles are for the women in this country. "We were taught to never bow down and retreat. In fact, we will speak louder if the well-being and rights of women in this country remains challenged," she said in her speech at the 13th PKR National Congress at the Ideal Convention Centre in Shah Alam. She stressed that the party's women's wing would continue to speak out on issues affecting Malaysian women. "From the exploitation of Penan women, child marriages, domestic violence, women's involvement in economic development and many more, the voice of our wing is the most vocal," she said. "With the issue of child marriage. When it comes to the leadership of the wings, we were the first to respond and pressured the government to take action accordingly. "In 2008, we were the first political party in the country to call for a 30% quota of women as decision makers. "It is a landmark call in Malaysian politics because there are no parties that are brave enough to bring forward this motion to the public," she added. Haniza said that although the 30% target has not been achieved yet, there has been significant improvement in ensuring that women in this country are not left behind.
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Court rules fresh election for Rantau state seat (Updated) (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
SEREMBAN: The Special Election Court today declared Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan's unopposed election as the Rantau state assemblyman in the 14th general election null and void and ordered an immediate by-election. Judge Datuk Azimah Omar handed down the judgment after having heard the submissions by the lawyers of the petitioner, Dr S. Streram, and Mohamad, the first respondent, as well as the testimonies of 19 witnesses given over 12 days. She said no election rule states that an electoral candidate, proposer and seconder should have a name tag or pass to submit the nomination form. "This was acknowledged by the second and third respondents in their written submissions," she said. Streram, who was denied entry to submit his nomination form due to the absence of the tag or pass, had named Mohamad, the former mentri besar of Negeri Sembilan, as the first respondent; Rembau parliamentary constituency returning officer Amino Agus Suyub as the second respondent and the Election Commission as the third respondent. Azimah said that as such, the court allows the petition and rules that Mohamad was not duly elected as the assemblyman for Rantau and that his election is null and void. "This court orders that a by-election be held immediately for the Rantau state constituency," she said. She said the evidence adduced in court suggests that the petitioner could not only enter the nomination centre at Dewan Sri Rembau but was also prevented from doing so some 50m away from the hall. She said the act of preventing the petitioner from entering the nomination centre was illegal and unreasonable. "This act was clearly contrary to the electoral laws," she said. Azimah said prohibiting the petitioner from entering Dewan Seri Rembau to submit the nomination papers was a denial of the right of an eligible person from becoming a candidate in GE14. "The right to be a candidate and the right to vote are constitutional rights. It also involves giving every voter in the Rantau constituency a choice in electing their representative. When the petitioner was prevented from submitting his form, the voters were denied their right to choose or vote for their candidate. This situation is contrary to democratic practice," she said. She said declaring the first respondent the uncontested winner while denying another intending candidate rendered the election for the Rantau state constituency as having no competition. "If the petitioner had been allowed to enter (the nomination centre) and contest, surely the first respondent will not be declared the uncontested winner because there will have been a competition and the voters would have had a choice," she said. Azimah also said that the testimony of the assistant returning officer Daing Muhamad Rahimi was doubtful and dubious, as was the second respondent's, and that they had both not spoken the truth. She said the court found that the second and third respondents were negligent in discharging their official duties. Mohamad, who is Umno deputy president, won the seat unopposed after Streram, who is an anaesthetist, was prohibited from entering the nomination centre on April 28 because he did not have a pass issued by the Election Commission (EC). Streram filed the petition on May 23, seeking a by-election for the seat because he claimed that Mohamad's election is not valid. In his petition, he also claimed that the EC failed to inform him when collecting the nomination form and making the deposit payment that he has to have a name tag or pass to enter the nomination centre on nomination day. Streram was represented by four lawyers led by Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla while Mohamad was represented by five lawyers led by Datuk Mohd Hafarizam Harun. — Bernama
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Be wary of Jamal, says Nik Nazmi (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
SHAH ALAM: If Pakatan Harapan fails to govern Malaysia effectively, those from the opposition such as Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos could rise to lead the country in the future, warned outgoing PKR Youth Chief Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (pix). "I am not saying that we must cease the process of change or ignore it. If we are not careful, change – either in terms of economic, administration, politics or social – will cease to happen and Malaysia will "die" because we did not move forward. It is as simple as that. "We do not want Jamal Jamban to become a leader or head the country ... nothing is impossible if we are not careful," he told youth members during PKR's 13th congress held here today. "Our progressive socio-political (landscape) must be strengthened with a fair and holistic economy. Let us not forget that Obama was followed by Trump, and Blair, Brown and Cameron were followed by Brexit. The same can happen to our country," he added.
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Sarawak committed to addressing global warming, says CM (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUCHING: Sarawak is a major player in Malaysia's commitment to addressing global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg. He said 74% or 3,452 MW of the energy produced in Sarawak is from renewable energy generated from the three hydro-electric dams of Batang Ai, Bakun and Murum HEP. "This is more than Malaysia's target of achieving 2,080 MW of renewable energy by 2020 which will result in avoiding seven million tonnes of CO2 (carbon dioxide) annually," Abang Johari said in his speech that was read out by Assistant Minister of Entrepreneur and Small, Medium Enterprise (SME) Development Datuk Mohd Naroden Majais who represented him at the gala dinner hosted in conjunction with the Better Air Quality Conference (BAQ) 2018 at the Borneo Conference Centre Kuching (BCCK) here last night. BAQ 2018, from Nov 14 to 16, is organised by the Clean Air Asia and Clean Air Forum Society of Malaysia (MyCAS) with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NREB) and the Natural Resources and Environment Board of Sarawak (NREB) as the co-organisers. Abang Johari said Sarawak, in its pursuit of the socio-economic and rural transformation agenda, is mindful of the emerging and complex environmental issues which may derail the state's vision of becoming a developed high-income economy by 2030. He also said that Sarawak is the first state in Malaysia to formulate its own environmental law, namely the Natural Resources and Environment (Amendment) Ordinance 1993 or NREO, and it also established the Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) in 1994. For the past 24 years, the NREB has been responsible in ensuring that all development activities in the state do not cause severe degradation to the surrounding environment and that all emerging environmental issues are properly addressed and mitigated, he said. Sarawak, he said, also aims to modernise its public transportation through the utilisation of hydrogen fuel for buses while the NREB has also established a Centre for Remote Environmental Monitoring (CREM) which can effectively detect incidences of illegal open burning by monitoring hotspots with assistance from satellite images. Abang Johari said that after 2020, Sarawak will enforce a total ban on open burning of biomass, except for religious purposes and shifting cultivation by rural communities. He said the state is committed to gazetting about one million hectares of biodiversity hotspot areas under Totally Protected Areas (TPA) by 2020, and that so far more than 792,510 hectares have already been gazetted state-wide, excluding the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem which covers about 1.243 million hectares. Abang Johari said Sarawak is also the first state in the country that established a biodiversity centre, namely the Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC), in 1997 with the objective of initiating programmes for the conservation, utilisation, protection and sustainable development of biodiversity in the state. Meanwhile, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Religious Affairs) Fuziah Salleh, in her speech, said it is the dream of all Malaysians to one day be able to drink water directly from the tap like what the people of Denmark are enjoying in their country now. "It is also our dream (that) when we walk in the open, our air quality does not affect our health. It is our dream that whatever pollution that we have, be it water, air, environment or carbon dioxide, all these could be addressed," she said. Fuziah also said that Malaysia is promoting the concept of 'Maqasid Syariah, a code of conduct with the purpose to preserve religion, life, intellect, progeny, and wealth. "Maqasid Syariah talks about rejecting destruction but encourages constructive and developmental attributes which are beneficial to the people," she said, adding that Malaysia is also promoting this concept at the international level. — Bernama
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Unemployed man charged with murder (Fri, 16 Nov 2018)
KUANTAN: An unemployed man was charged in the magistrate's court here today with the murder of a clerk at the Pahang Land and Mines Office early this month. Hasnan Wahab, 35, from Taman Sungai Karang told Magistrate Nor Azizah Aling that he understood the charge against him after it was read out to him in Bahasa Malaysia. However, no plea was recorded. Hasnan was charged with murdering M.Shuhairi A.Wahab, 35, at a house number 23, Lorong Pandan Indah 1/3, Perumahan Pandan Indah here, between 12 pm and 5.50 pm last Nov 2. He was arrested on Nov 3. He was charged under Section 302 Penal Code which carries the death penalty, upon conviction. Nor Azizah fixed Dec 14 as mention date for forensic and autopsy reports and no bail was allowed. — Bernama
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DAP announces candidates for Selangor (Sun, 22 Apr 2018)
PETALING JAYA: Six new faces and one former assemblyman have been named by DAP to contest in 16 Selangor state seats in the upcoming GE14. The six new faces are Brian Lai (Teratai), Edry Faizal Yusof (Dusun Tua), Michelle Ng (Subang Jaya), Lim Yi Wei (Kampung Tunku), Jamaliah Jamaluddin (Bandar Utama, formerly known as Damansara Utama) and Tony Leong (Pandamaran). Former Selangor executive councillor Ronnie Liu has been named as the candidate for Sungai Pelek, the seat that DAP won with a relatively narrow margin of 1,972 votes in the last elections. The announcement was made by DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng at its Bangi election centre today. Lim also announced the lineup of those who will be contesting for the party parliamentary and state seats, with all its four MPs retained to defend their respective seats. Parliament Bangi (formerly Serdang) – Ong Kian Ming Puchong – Gobind Singh Damansara (formerly Petaling Jaya Utara) – Tony Pua Klang – Charles Santiago State Sekinchan – Ng Suee Lim Kuala Kubu Baru – Lee Kee Hiong Teratai – Brian Lai Balakong – Eddie Ng Seri Kembangan – Ean Yong Hian Wah Kinrara – Ng Sze Han Subang Jaya – Michelle Ng Bukit Gasing – Rajiv Rishyakaran Kampung Tunku – Lim Yi Wei Bandar Utama (formerly Damansara Utama) – Jamaliah Jamaluddin Bandar Baru Klang (formerly Sungai Pinang) – Teng Chang Khim Pandamaran – Tony Leong Kota Kemuning – V. Ganabathirao Banting (formerly Teluk Datuk) – Lau Weng San Sungai Pelek – Ronnie Liu Dusun Tua – Edry Faizal Yusof
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Carlsberg launches easy ring-pull 'POP cap' to its Smooth Draught bottles (Tue, 10 Apr 2018)
CARLSBERG today launched an easy ring-pull 'POP cap' to its Smooth Draught beer bottles. The ring-pull 'POP cap' will replace the traditional pry-off cap for the 580ml and 325ml bottles. Attended by over 400 guests, the event was held at Jenerator, KL Citywalk. Carlsberg Malaysia managing director Lars Lehmann launched the celebration by popping the brand new Carlsberg Smooth Draught bottles.
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Kim Jong-nam had US$120,000 in cash when assassinated (Mon, 12 Jun 2017)
PETALING JAYA: Kim Jong-Nam (pix), the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, was holding US$120,000 (RM512,000) cash when he was killed at the KLIA2 airport in February, the Asahi Shimbun reports, citing unnamed Malaysian officials close to the investigation. The investigation team reportedly recovered four bundles of mostly new US$100 notes in stacks of 300, as well as a laptop and two mobile phones. Since Kim Jong-Nam held a diplomatic passport, his luggage was not subjected to a thorough search at the airport. According to the report, Kim met with a US citizen at a hotel four days before the assassination. The American, presumably, has links to an intelligence agency. Malaysian authorities suspect Kim might have been paid for some kind of information, the source told Asahi Shimbun, adding, that the sum in question had not been withdrawn at any bank in the country prior to the assassination. Kim Jong-Nam, 45, was murdered before boarding a plane to Macau from KLIA2 on Feb13. The investigation found that Kim's killers used the military-grade nerve agent VX.
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