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Krishna N. Das

Malaysia to choose 5G partners based on own security standards

17 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's own security standards will dictate which companies take part in its planned 5G rollout this year, its communications minister told Reuters on Monday, as the United States pushes countries to exclude China's Huawei [HWT.UL].

Malaysia to choose 5G partners based on own security standards

17 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's own security standards will dictate which companies take part in its planned 5G rollout this year, its communications minister told Reuters on Monday, as the United States pushes countries to exclude China's Huawei.

Malaysian palm giant bars supplier, identifies risky ones amid deforestation worries

11 Feb 2020

CAREY ISLAND, Malaysia Sime Darby Plantation, the world's largest palm oil planter, has suspended a supplier for failing to meet its environmental standards and identified 54 others as "high-risk" in Malaysia and Indonesia in recent months as it fights against deforestation.

Malaysian palm giant bars suppliers amid deforestation worries

11 Feb 2020

CAREY ISLAND, Malaysia, Feb 11 Sime Darby Plantation, the world's largest palm oil planter, has suspended two Malaysian suppliers for failing to meet its environmental standards and identified 55 others as "high-risk" in recent months as it fights against deforestation.

After two-decade quest to become Malaysia's PM, Anwar says can wait a bit more

06 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim said on Thursday he was ready to wait for six more months beyond the initially agreed May deadline to take over as prime minister from Mahathir Mohamad, and that he had enough support in parliament to do so.

Malaysia's PM-in-waiting seeks end to palm tension with India

06 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has dialled back his criticism of India after it sparked a boycott of Malaysian palm oil, his chosen successor Anwar Ibrahim told Reuters on Thursday, urging New Delhi to note the change in tone.

Malaysia's Mahathir has toned down criticism of India after palm backlash, says Anwar

06 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has dialled back his criticism of India after it sparked a boycott of Malaysian palm oil, his chosen successor Anwar Ibrahim told Reuters on Thursday, urging New Delhi to note the change in tone.

Pakistan pledges to buy more Malaysian palm oil to compensate for India's withdrawal

05 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR Pakistan will buy more palm oil from Malaysia, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday, aiming to help offset lost sales after top buyer India put curbs on Malaysian imports last month amid a diplomatic row.

AirAsia's Fernandes denies Airbus bribe involving his former F1 team

04 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR AirAsia Group Bhd's Tony Fernandes on Tuesday denied a now-defunct Formula 1 racing team formerly co-owned by him had any links to a bribery scandal involving the Malaysian airline's only plane supplier, Airbus SE.

AirAsia's Fernandes denies Airbus bribe involving his former F1 team

04 Feb 2020

KUALA LUMPUR AirAsia Group Bhd's Tony Fernandes on Tuesday denied a now-defunct Formula 1 racing team formerly co-owned by him had any links to a bribery scandal involving the Malaysian airline's only plane supplier, Airbus SE .

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