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Up to 40 pct off with MAS’s Mid-Year Deals
“The Mid-Year Deals will run until 27 June 2018 for the travel period of 23 June 2018 till 31 May 2019 for domestic travels and from 26 June 2018 until 31 May 2019 for international routes,” the national carrier said in a statement.
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OPPO fans rejoice! World Cup R15 promo
OPPO Fans (O-fans) can now rejoice with OPPO’s R15 Pro Promotion in collaboration with its telco partner Celcom, and chain store partner, SenQ.
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SIMEX launches Epay platform
SIMEX is a digital assets exchange for both accredited and non-accredited investors. It will use Epay as an additional method of managing funds for all platform users.
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LG Electronics eyes 30 stores
Without disclosing the exact investment figures for the expansion, he said each partnership store would need at least a few hundred thousand ringgit for renovation for the LG Electronics products section.
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Grab: SST effect minimal
Ride hailing services provider, Grab Malaysia, does not expect much impact on its pricing once the Sales and Services Tax (SST) comes into force on Sept 1, 2018 to replace the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
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Shopee catches World Cup football fever
In a statement, Shopee said fans can look forward to winning an exclusive invite to the Shopee World Cup Final Viewing Party on July 15 by participating in the 'Malaysia's Most Loved Football team' contest.
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RAM maintains high rating on Sabah bonds
RAM Ratings noted that Sabah’s revenue collection was superior to that of any state in the peninsula, amounting to RM4.2 billion in 2017.
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BMW road safety videos as Malaysia tackles high road deaths
The #SafetyStartsWithYou series was directed by Mallory Lee, who directed the winning short film for BMW Shorties 2017 People’s Choice Award, ‘Gold! There’s Gold in the River’.
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Heineken Malaysia appoints new Managing Director
He succeeds Hans Essaadi from Sept 1. Essaadi will also relinquish his directorships in all subsidiary companies of HEINEKEN Malaysia with effect from the same day.
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M’sia takes part in world gas conference
Known as the “Olympics of the global gas industry”, the WGC 2018 themed “Fueling the Future”, is being organised by the International Gas Union (IGU).
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Malaysian world digital competitiveness drops
Malaysia maintained its knowledge ranking at 17th place while dropping four rungs to 22 for technology and two spots to 29 for readiness towards digital transformation.
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AirAsia adds flights to Singapore; flies to Bangkok from Aug 15
Meanwhile, AirAsia will launch its first direct flight between Kota Kinabalu and Bangkok, on Aug 16.
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Malaysia’s MSC inspired Ma to establish Alibaba
“I was ecstatic on reading the news on MSC. It crossed my mind then if Malaysia could do it, why not me?
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Alibaba opens first national office in Bangsar South
We want our Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP) to start here, and we are committed to digitalising and empowering small businesses and let them to go global,” he said during the office launching here Monday.
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Malaysia-China bilateral trade to exceed US$100 bln
confidence of doing business with Malaysia remained strong, despite the review of several mega projects in the country, including that of the East Coast Railway Line.
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