Malaysia Morning News For November 29

Malaysia Morning News For November 29

Cross-border payments firm InstaReM moves into Malaysia InstaReM, a leading digital cross-border payments company, on Tuesday announced its expansion into Malaysia, further solidifying its presence in Asia Pacific (APAC). — Fin Extra Malaysia named region’s top emerging economy by WEF The World Economic Forum (WEF) has named Malaysia as the region’s top emerging economy in […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 28

Myanmar Morning News For November 28

U.N. rights forum to hold special session on Myanmar Rohingya – U.N. sources The U.N. Human Rights Council is expected to hold a special session on killings, rapes and other crimes committed against Muslim Rohingya in Myanmar that have driven more than 600,000 into Bangladesh since August, U.N. sources said on Monday. — Reuters Myanmar […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 28

Malaysia Morning News For November 28

Almost 800,000 Malaysians on travel blacklist, more than half are PTPTN defaulters As many as 790,186 Malaysians have been blacklisted and prevented from leaving the country because of various offences, according to the Immigration Department. — The Star Online Malaysia’s central bank says it has no plans to appoint cryptocurrency exchange Malaysia’s central bank, Bank […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 27

Myanmar Morning News For November 27

Rohingya crisis: ‘It’s not genocide,’ say Myanmar’s hardline monks The monks, clad in vermillion robes and flip flops, line up from old to young to receive a meal in their alms bowls — rice, vegetables, cookies — all donated by local villagers. — CNN (video) Bangladesh says it agreed with Myanmar for UNHCR to assist […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 27

Malaysia Morning News For November 27

Malaysia Airlines cancels all flights to Bali as Mount Agung volcano spews plume of ash Malaysia Airlines (MAS) will cancel all flights between Kuala Lumpur and Denpasar in Bali today following the volcanic activity at Mount Agung in Bali. — New Straits Times China enhances ties with M’sia to leverage on thriving halal market Realising […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 24

Myanmar Morning News For November 24

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign deal to return hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed a memorandum of understanding for the return home of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled to the neighbouring country to escape an army crackdown, a senior Myanmar official says. — ABC News CMHR faces calls to […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 24

Malaysia Morning News For November 24

Malaysia and EU form special committee to address protectionist issue Malaysia and the European Union (EU) are setting up a Palm Oil Economic and Technical Committee to help resolve the ongoing debate on disguised protectionist measures. — New Straits Times Nestle opens new global procurement hub in Malaysia Nestle has selected Malaysia as one of […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 23

Myanmar Morning News For November 23

Myanmar: US says situation in Rakhine State ‘constitutes ethnic cleansing’ against Rohingya The United States has labelled the Myanmar military operation against the Rohingya population “ethnic cleansing”, and threatened targeted sanctions against those responsible for what it described as “horrendous atrocities”. — ABC News Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar threatens Chinese investments. Beijing is taking action […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 23

Malaysia Morning News For November 23

Malaysia, Indonesia say EU palm resolution will affect millions Millions of people running small-time oil palm plantations will suffer if the European Parliament goes ahead with “unfair” measures that could curb palm oil use, the world’s two largest palm oil producers said on Wednesday. — Reuters Malaysia could lose RM1.5 billion a year, warn aviation […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 22

Myanmar Morning News For November 22

Myanmar’s discrimination against Rohingya Muslims is ‘apartheid’: Amnesty International Myanmar’s policies that restrict ethnic Rohingyas from travelling, visiting a hospital or going to school amount to apartheid, Amnesty International says. — ABC News Suu Kyi takes a populist, paranoid turn Myanmar’s increasingly internationally maligned de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi signaled a neo-populist turn in […]

Malaysia Morning News For November 22

Malaysia Morning News For November 22

Malaysia becomes Asia’s worst stock market as election looms Malaysia’s FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index has turned out to be the worst Asian equity gauge so far this year with less than 5 per cent growth. And an undetermined election date isn’t helping. — The Business Times Muslim World Should Embrace the Changes of the […]

Myanmar Morning News For November 21

Myanmar Morning News For November 21

UN ready to help Myanmar process Rohingya citizenship The United Nations refugee agency will provide technical assistance to the Myanmar government if it begins to process and verify citizenship for Rohingya to resolve the humanitarain crisis, the body’s top official said on Monday. — Asian Nikkei Review EU pushes Myanmar for speedy end to refugee […]

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