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MALAYSIA: RM100 MILLION TO IMPLEMENT NORTH SABAH DIGITAL CORRIDOR PROJECT

KOTA BELUD, Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Minister Dr Salleh Said Keruak said the government, in collaboration with the private sector, will implement the North Sabah Digital Corridor project to improve the high-speed broadband infrastructure in…

MALAYSIA-AUSTRALIA BILATERAL TRADE RISES 23.7 PER CENT

SYDNEY, Total trade between Malaysia and Australia increased by 23.7 per cent to RM52.48 billion last year from RM42.43 billion in 2016. Foreign Affairs Ministry Secretary General, Ramlan Ibrahim said Malaysia’s exports rose by 20.8…

MALAYSIA: PM NAJIB SAYS SLEEPING LESS IN RUN-UP TO GE14

IPOH, Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said today he only had a few hours of rest daily in view of the approaching 14th General Election. “I sleep less, (but) work more, talk more and,…

MALAYSIA’S CENTRAL BANK ESTIMATES 2017 MONTHLY DIGITAL CURRENCY TRANSACTION AT RM75 MILLION

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) has estimated the average monthly transaction of digital currency in the country last year stood at RM75 million.(BNM is Malaysia’s central bank) The Finance Ministry, in a written…

MALAYSIANS CONSUME MORE SALT THAN WHO-RECOMMENDED AMOUNT

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia Malaysians, on the average, consume 7.15 gm of salt daily, higher than the five gm recommended by the World Health Organisation, said Health Minister Dr S. Subramaniam. He said a 2015 pilot study…

MALAYSIA: 249 INDIVIDUALS ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF RECRUITING TERRORISTS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia A total of 249 local and foreign individuals suspected of recruiting members for terrorism through social media have been arrested so far. Deputy Home Minister Masir Kujat said 240 of these individuals…

MALAYSIA: 91 CASES OF SPREADING FAKE NEWS RECORDED LAST YEAR

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia A total of 91 cases involving the dissemination and publication of fake news on social media were recorded last year. The Communications and Multimedia Ministry said of the total, 54 cases were…