Sri Lanka on edge as debt burden mounts
China has lent billions of dollars under its Belt and Road Initiative.
Cops rescue two children, mother and grandaunt arrested for suspected abuse
GEORGE TOWN: Two children with bruises and injuries on their body and face were rescued by police from a unit in Rifle Range flats here. Read more >>
Malaysia would have been on the same fate had Najib wasn't defeated. We were almost on the the same path with Sri Lanka: heavily borrowing and dealt with the Communists we so hated at home. Never will. Malaysia better learn from this
Close shave for Sri Pahang manager Dollah Salleh, family as MPV crashes in Seremban | Malay MailSEREMBAN, Jan 18 — Sri Pahang FC team manager Dollah Salleh and seven of his family members were involved in a road crash after the vehicle they were traveling in skidded at Kilometre 8 of Jalan Kuala Pilah-Batu Kikir, near here, last night. Kuala Pilah police chief Supt Amran Mohd Ghani...
Samassa sertai Sri Pahang | Harian Metrobolatime pahang Penjaga gol kebangsaan Mali, Mamadou Samassa sah menyarung jersi Sri Pahang FC bagi menghadapi saingan Liga Malaysia (Liga M) musim ini.
Rais: I've given Azam Baki my advice | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Rais Yatim said he has advised Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki following the controversy surrounding the latter’s share ownership issue. And Azam said ...... 'let me check your files' .....
Bosses: Help ease our burdenPETALING JAYA: Employers want the government to negotiate with the source countries of foreign labour to cap the recruitment fees charged by their agents there as the online application for the hiring of some 32,000 workers begin this month.
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Early rate hikers hit jackpot as local bonds trounce dollar debt(Jan 17): Emerging-market central banks were the first in the world to raise interest rates from their pandemic lows last year. That proactive tightening is starting to pay off big time in boosting returns from their local bonds.An index of debt issued by developing nations denominated in their own currencies has returned about 1% over the past three months, while a similar gauge of hard currency bonds has tumbled 2.8%, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.The outperformance for local