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Malaysia to pay Singapore RM320.3 mil in compensation for HSR project

Malaysia to pay Singapore RM320.3 mil in compensation for HSR project

Malaysia has paid Singapore RM320.27 million ($102.82 million) as compensation for the suspension of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail ...
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Malaysia, Singapore are working on reciprocal vaccine certificates

Malaysia, Singapore are working on reciprocal vaccine certificates

Malaysia and Singapore are working toward reciprocal vaccination certification as the Southeast Asian neighbors plan to restore cross-border travel. www.theedgesingapore.com ...
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Malaysian Police Bust Gang That Stole $2.15 Million Worth of Electricity to Mine Bitcoin

Malaysian Police Bust Gang That Stole $2.15 Million Worth of Electricity to Mine Bitcoin

Police in Malaysia’s Jahor state have busted a seven-men gang that stole 8.6 million Malaysian ringgits ($2.15 million) worth of ...
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PM: Digital economy to contribute 22.6% to nation's GDP by 2025

PM: Digital economy to contribute 22.6% to nation’s GDP by 2025

The government expects the digital economy to contribute 22.6% to the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2025, says Tan ...
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Singapore Land Transport Authority awards S$180m civil contract for construction of bridge, tunnels for RTS project

Singapore Land Transport Authority awards S$180m civil contract for construction of bridge, tunnels for RTS project

A S$180 million (RM547.8 million) contract for the construction of a bridge and tunnels for the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit ...
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Johor Menteri Besar still wants high-speed rail even if isn't linked to Singapore

Johor Menteri Besar still wants high-speed rail even if isn’t linked to Singapore

The Johor government is hopeful that the high-speed rail (HSR) project will be continued, even if it is not linked ...
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Malaysia, Singapore terminate HSR project

Malaysia, Singapore terminate HSR project

The Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project has been terminated after the agreement for the project lapsed on Thursday ...
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Tok Pa: Fitch rating downgrade not a reflection of Malaysia’s inability to service debt

Tok Pa: Fitch rating downgrade not a reflection of Malaysia’s inability to service debt

The downgrade by Fitch Ratings also reflects the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and not solely Malaysia's ability to ...
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Malaysia's king to consult with rulers amid talk of emergency

Malaysia’s king to consult with rulers amid talk of emergency

Malaysia's King Al-Sultan Abdullah will consult with other rulers to discuss proposals by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, the palace said ...
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Political logjam over state of emergency plan drags Malaysia's royal households into the fray

Political logjam over state of emergency plan drags Malaysia’s royal households into the fray

Malaysia's nine royal households, which are part of a unique constitutional monarchy system, have long been content with playing a ...
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