This came after the Singaporean Multi-Ministry Taskforce has announced a set of elevated safe distancing or "circuit breaker" measures to pre-empt the trend of increasing local transmission of Covid-19.
“We take great comfort that the banking system is well-positioned to absorb the potential damage from Covid-19."
“We will continue to monitor and review the situation to determine if the above period of suspension needs to be extended beyond March 29, 2020.”
Of the total 149 cases, 22 were detected among Patient-Under-Investigation (PUI) COVID-19 infection, 124 cases were from close contacts; one case was from a severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) via the COVID-19 case involving a surgeon; and two more cases from humanitarian missions.
The transactions were done at 40 sen a share, or a total of RM3.96 million.
“Under the remodelled LRT3 project, the design and scope ... has changed, and with this, a new revised contract price of RM536.8 million [has been] agreed between TRC and MGK.”
“CIMB is doing its part to help our customers, which include restructuring and rescheduling financing facilities, where necessary."
The MGO was made via Divine Inventions Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of PP Chin Hin Realty Sdn Bhd, which is owned by Beng Teik, his wife Datin Seri Wong Mee Leng and their son and executive director Chiau Haw Choon.