KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 25): A Chinese national, who was registered as the 20th COVID-19 patient in the country, has thanked the Malaysian government and hospital staff for their help and support throughout the recovery process.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 25): Malaysia’s retail sector has the potential to record double-digit growth by capitalising on the safety of the country to attract more tourists, said Malaysia Retail Chain Association (MRCA) president Datuk Seri Garry Chua.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 25): Loss-making Avillion Bhd saw its shares rise in heavy trading on news that it has received an offer for its land in Port Dickson from a China-based investment group.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 25): The second mission to bring back 75 Malaysian citizens and their families who have been stranded in Wuhan, China, following the COVID-19 outbreak in the republic will continue, despite the current political situation in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 24): While some China construction firms are creating a bad reputation in the local construction industry with shoddy workmanship and tardy deliveries, MCC Overseas (M) Sdn Bhd (MCCOM), a Chinese state-owned entity, hopes Malaysians will not tar every China-based construction company with the same brush.
SINGAPORE (Feb 22): The Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) yesterday confirmed and verified one more case of COVID-19 infection in the Island City state, involving a student at Singapore Institute of Technology.
PUTRAJAYA (Feb 21): There is still no plan to bar the entry of Chinese tourists following the COVID-19 outbreak in China, but health screening at all entry points in Malaysia will continue to be tightened for all travellers returning or arriving from the republic, Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said.
VIENTIANE (Feb 21): The COVID-19, which has killed 2,188 people and caused worldwide concerns, is controllable and curable, said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.