The deceased fell from the 17th floor of the condominium and into a pool at around 2am this morning
According to MMC, 99.75% of the shareholders voted in favour of the tycoon’s privatisation plan in an EGM on the same day.
BNM said household debt growth was broadly sustained as at end-June 2021, expanding by 5.5% over the same period last year even as more borrowers resumed payments on their loans after exiting from loan moratoria
According to BNM’s Financial Stability Review report for 1H21 published on Wednesday, sustained demand from first-time house buyers for affordable property is expected to mitigate risks associated with a significant house price correction that could undermine household balance sheets and increase potential losses for banks
The EPF said in a statement today that while the fund is confident that the government’s various stimulus packages and initiatives will keep business sentiment strong and boost domestic demand, it is very concerned about the retirement security of the people, especially with 46% of EPF members below the age of 55 having less than RM10,000 in their accounts
Malaysia’s daily Covid-19 vaccination rate at 321,342 doses on Sept 22; 58.1% of population fully inoculated
A total of 22.35 million people or 68.4% of the population had received at least the first shot as of yesterday, including 18.99 million or 58.1% who were fully inoculated
Out of the 487 deaths yesterday, 161 were brought-in-dead (BID) cases, raising the country's cumulative BID tally to 4,809
Malaysia’s daily Covid-19 vaccination rate at 219,081 doses on Sept 19; 56.5% of population fully inoculated
Sabah reported the highest daily number of first shots administered yesterday at 29,009, followed by Johor (7,870), Penang (4,733), Kelantan (4,333) and Perak (3,184).
According to the MoH, out of the 376 deaths yesterday, 75 were brought-in-dead (BID) cases. This has raised the nation’s Covid-19-linked BID tally to 4,472 so far.