The case was called for mention today, and deputy public prosecutor Mohamad Firdaous Mohamed Idris told High Court Judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali that the prosecution had delivered all the related documents to the defence pursuant to Section 51(A) of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Revenue for FY19 declined 9.81% to RM886.32 million compared with RM982.71 million in FY18 mainly due to decreases in contribution from its property and hospitality segments.
Retail prices of RON95 and diesel remain at RM2.08 per litre and RM2.18 per litre respectively.
Sime Darby Plantation said the court had also granted a stay of all further proceedings in the land acquisition.
"The court was informed today that the plaintiff had inspected and made a statement to the police and that not all the pieces (of the jewellery) are there."
Justice Zaini said Rosmah should not be afraid that her defence will be affected or that the information she gives would be used against her in respect of these charges.
The proceedings were delayed today as the court waited for the accused and her bailor, but both did not show up for the case mention this morning.
“Deloitte Malaysia is not the subject of the investigation and is cooperating fully with the authorities in their investigation.”
The property division saw its revenue increasing 34% to RM122.1 million from RM91.3 million previously.