Malaysia, Transport, High-Speed Rail

Malaysia, Transport

Malaysian government pays Singapore 'abortive costs' for HSR postponement: MOT

Malaysian government pays Singapore 'abortive costs' for HSR postponement: MOT

31/1/2019 3:50:00 PM

Malaysia n government pays Singapore 'abortive costs' for HSR postponement: MOT

SINGAPORE: The government of Malaysia has paid the Singapore Government 'abortive costs' incurred for the postponement of the Kuala ...

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Singapore sees ‘several important lessons’ from Tan Tock Seng Hospital COVID-19 cluster

SINGAPORE: Singapore has learnt 'several important lessons' from the COVID-19 cluster at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), among them - that the ...

Thank you for saving Singaporean tax money we can use the funds for education health and social payouts.

Singapore healthtech firm MyDoc in JV to tackle rising cost of employee healthcare in IndiaSINGAPORE-BASED healthtech firm MyDoc has formed a joint venture (JV) with India tech solutions company UST Global to tackle employee healthcare in India. Read more at The Business Times.

How Much Do Haircuts at Singapore’s Most Popular Hair Salons Cost?Thanks to an ill-advised bob that took forever to grow out, I somehow managed to avoid expensive hair salons for the past year or two. Most of the popular mid- to high-end hair salons no longer charge extra for the Lunar New Year. Here’s a breakdown of how much basic haircuts will set you back in Singapore

Partial US government shutdown cost economy US$3 billion: budget officeThe U.S. economy is expected to lose US$3 billion from the 35-day partial federal government shutdown over President Donald Trump's demand for ...

Malaysian Sports Minister finds it strange previous government didn't ban Israeli swimmersPETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia n Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has said he finds it strange that the previous government allegedly agreed that there would be no bar on para swimmers of any nationality - including Israelis - from entering the country.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

'We are never done building Singapore': PM Lee at launch of Singapore BicentennialPrime Minister Lee Hsien Loong kicks off year-long activities to commemorate 200 years since Sir Stamford Raffles’ arrival.

Cost-conscious Chinese tourists staying closer to home for Chinese New YearSHANGHAI (REUTERS) - Trade tensions with the United States and a slowing economy are keeping Chinese tourists to budget-friendly destinations closer to home for the Chinese New Year holiday, with more likely opting for Bangkok than Sydney or San Francisco.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

China offered to nearly halve cost of Malaysia's US$20 billion rail project: SourcesKUALA LUMPUR: China offered to nearly halve the cost of a US$20 billion rail project to save the centrepiece of its infrastructure push in ...

Xerox quarterly profit beats on cost cutsXerox Corp reported a 7.8 percent fall in fourth-quarter revenue on Tuesday, as businesses continue to cut back spending on printers and photocopiers.

M1 Q4 net profit falls 21.4% on higher costsTELCO M1 - which is facing a general offer by Keppel Corp and The Business Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings - saw earnings slide in the fourth quarter on higher expenses, according to unaudited financial results released on Monday. Read more at The Business Times.

China-backed rail project axed by KL over high costsKUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia 's economics minister yesterday said the country will cancel the US$20 billion (S$27 billion) East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project with contractor China Communications Construction Co (CCCC).. Read more at straitstimes.com.