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A broader dollar retreat and a bipartisan U.S. Senate deal on infrastructure spending also boosted emerging assets, with the Thai baht strengthening from a 13-month low hit on Thursday. The country has also approved the emergency use of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Indian vaccine developer Bharat Biotech, and will receive a million doses of AstraZeneca Plc's COVID-19 vaccine from Japan. The baht had skidded lower after Thailand's central bank on Wednesday downgraded annual growth forecasts and pledged an accommodative policy stance Political uncertainty is also weighing. Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets on Thursday, calling for the prime minister to resign. Jakarta stocks rose nearly 1% to snap two sessions of losses, while Malaysian shares registered their best session in a week.
Persons: Soumyajit Saha, Ruben Carlo O, AstraZeneca Plc's, South Korea's, Joe Biden, Rashmi Aich Organizations: Senate, ng Pilipinas, The Union Bank of, Bharat Biotech, AstraZeneca, AstraZeneca Plc's COVID, South, Malaysian Locations: Malaysia, U.S, Manila, Asuncion, Philippines, Japan, Asia, Jakarta, China, India, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
The Thai baht strengthened slightly after hitting 13-month lows this week after the central bank downgraded its annual growth forecasts. But the baht was still on track to shed more than 1% for the second consecutive week, while Thai stocks rose marginally after six straight sessions of losses. Elsewhere in Asia, stocks rose in Indonesia and Manila, tracking U.S. indexes which hit record highs overnight after President Joe Biden embraced a bipartisan Senate infrastructure deal. Taiwan stocks rose over 1% to their highest in more than a month, while the Taiwan dollar also strengthened to register its best session in two weeks. The won was set for a modest weekly gain after weakening nearly 2% last week.
Persons: Soumyajit Saha, Phillip, Joe Biden, South Korea's, Ana Nicolaci da Organizations: Taiwan, ng Pilipinas, ING, U.S . Federal, Phillip Securities, South Locations: Philippine, Thailand, Asia, Indonesia, Manila, Taiwan, Japan, China, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Bengaluru, Ana Nicolaci da Costa
Japan to give 6 mln doses of vaccines to Taiwan, 5 SE Asia nations
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
A medical worker receives a dose of the vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Tokyo Metropolitan Cancer and Infectious Diseases Center Komagome Hospital in Tokyo, Japan March 5, 2021. read moreJapan donated 1.24 million doses to Taiwan and 1 million to Vietnam this month and plans to share an additional 1 million doses each with the two. A Taipei-based official familiar with Japan's two vaccine donations said while the Japanese government has been subtle in its offers, mainly focusing on Taiwan's urgent medical need, there was a broader message. The island, which China claims as its own territory, also received 2.5 million vaccine doses from the United States this month. Its foreign minister, Toshimitsu Motegi, said on Friday Japan would start to supply 11 million doses in total to regions including Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia and the Pacific islands through the COVAX from mid-July.
Persons: Yoshikazu, Toshimitsu Motegi, Nobuhiro Kubo, Elaine Lies, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: Tokyo Metropolitan Cancer, Infectious Diseases, Komagome Hospital, REUTERS, AstraZeneca Plc's, World Health Organization, Japan, AstraZeneca, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, REUTERS TOKYO, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Asia, Gavi, COVAX, Taipei, China, Beijing, United States, Southeast Asia, Southwest Asia
Migrant rights activist Andy Hall told Reuters he had petitioned the CBP over concerns of forced labour indications in IOI's operations, as alleged by the workers. "IOI is well aware of the importance of our workers' rights and working conditions," IOI added. "I crucially continue to engage IOI directly on specific issues of concern relating to forced labour risks in its operations," Hall said. The CBP last year banned imports from FGV Holdings (FGVH.KL) and Sime Darby Plantations (SIPL.KL) over forced labour allegations, which had prompted some global buyers to drop them from supply chains. Malaysia, the world's second-largest palm oil producer and exporter, is heavily reliant on migrants from Indonesia, India and Bangladesh to produce the edible oil found in everything from food to cosmetics to biodiesel.
Persons: Andy Hall, Hall, IOI, Sime Darby, Mei Mei, Ed Davies Organizations: IOI Corporation, U.S . Customs, Border Protection, Reuters, Hall, CBP, FGV Holdings, Sime, Sime Darby Plantations, Thomson Locations: KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh
The peso can be expected to "remain pressured in the near term on anxiety over the timing of the Fed taper," he added. Thailand's baht extended losses for a second session in a row, after the central bank downgraded the tourism-reliant country's 2021 economic growth forecast on Wednesday, while sharply lowering its previous tourist estimates for this year. Thai stocks dropped more than 1% in their biggest fall in more than a month and the index's sixth consecutive session of losses. A return of thousands of pro-democracy protesters to the streets calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha also added to the political uncertainty. Bucking the overall gloom, the South Korean won firmed 0.25% after the central bank said it expected upward inflationary pressure on both demand and supply fronts, reinforcing views that it was shifting to a less accommodative monetary policy.
Persons: Soumyajit Saha, Nicholas Mapa, Prayuth Chan, ocha, Rashmi Aich Organizations: Bank of, ng Pilipinas, ING, U.S, Federal Reserve, South Korean Locations: Malaysia, Bank of Thailand, Philippine, Hong Kong, Asia, Japan, China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
Employees work on photovoltaic solar panels at a factory of Risen Energy in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China February 21, 2019. Picture taken February 21, 2019. Zhejiang Daily via REUTERS/FilesKUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia on Thursday said Chinese solar energy firm Risen Energy Co Ltd will invest 42.2 billion ringgit ($10.13 billion) over 15 years in a new production facility to manufacture high-efficiency photovoltaic modules. The new facility will be Risen Energy’s first investment in Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s trade ministry said in a statement, and is expected to begin commercial activities by Q1 2022. ($1 = 4.1650 ringgit)
Organizations: Energy, REUTERS, Reuters Locations: Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China, Zhejiang, KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Southeast Asia
The peso weakened as much as 0.4% to its lowest level since April 7, while stocks in Manila traded slightly lower. "Despite cases dipping recently in the Philippines, participants remain wary of the possible spread of the so-called Delta variant which could spark a renewed surge in cases." The Thai baht was rooted to its lowest level since May 2020, a day after the country's central bank left its interest rates unchanged at a record low and cut its 2021 economic growth forecast. Thai stocks dropped to their lowest level in nearly a month. Providing minor respite was data that showed a bigger than expected surge in Thai exports for May as global demand improved.
Persons: Soumyajit Saha, Nicholas Mapa, Goldman Sachs, Malaysia's, Stephen Coates Organizations: ng Pilipinas, ING, Bank, Nasdaq, South Korea's, U.S . Federal, Hong, Delta Electronics Locations: Philippine, Manila, Philippines, Thailand, South, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Delta Electronics Thailand, Thai, Asia, Japan, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Bengaluru
Naver Pay is the leading mobile easy payment app in South Korea. Viva Republica is the parent company of super app Toss, which offers a wide range of financial services to 20 million users—over a third of South Korea's population. Viva Republica boasts strong user acquisition and revenue-generating opportunities and offers backers a potentially lucrative exit. The bigger picture: The significant raise highlights the scaling potential in South Korea for fintechs. For context, the UK, the most advanced open banking country in Europe, has just 3 million users.
Persons: SG Lee Organizations: Viva, Intelligence, Republica, fintechs, Viva Republica Locations: South Korea, Korea's, Vietnam, Malaysia, Europe, Viva, South Korea's, Korea
In a city where luck has a lot to do with the outcome, the executives overseeing the Las Vegas Strip's newest property feel like they hit the jackpot. "We were waiting, optimistic that things would get better when we opened," said Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas. "But here we are at 100% [capacity] and everything's going well in Las Vegas, and we're excited to be part of that." Resorts World is the first new resort on the Las Vegas Strip in over a decade. Source: Resorts World Las Vegas
Persons: Scott Sibella, Steve Hill, Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Rick Hutchins, Sibella Organizations: Las, Resorts, Las Vegas Convention, Visitors Authority, Vegas, Genting Berhad, PayPal Locations: Las Vegas, Malaysia
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Life insurers need to look well beyond COVID-19 deaths to see how the global pandemic is altering the mortality risk of people they cover, a medical insurance expert said on Wednesday. At the same time the long-term health effects are still evolving and modeling is difficult, he said. Vaccinations also pose a thorny issue for insurers: excluding non-vaccinated people from coverage could harm insurers’ reputations. “I don’t see the insurance industry necessarily being prejudicial to somebody that’s been vaccinated by charging higher premiums,” he said. “I think the insurance industry is going to be much more discerning at the time of underwriting,” he said.
Persons: Lim Huey Teng, COVID, Paulo Bandeira Pinho, It’s, ” Pinho, , that’s, Organizations: YORK, Sunway Medical, REUTERS, Reuters, of Insurance U.S.A Locations: COVID, Subang Jaya, Malaysia
FILE PHOTO: Turkey's Central Bank headquarters is seen in Ankara, Turkey in this January 24, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Umit BektasANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey has ramped up talks with other countries over securing a currency swap agreement and a deal with Azerbaijan looks likely to be the first achieved, four Turkish sources with knowledge on the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Turkish Central Bank Governor Sahap Kavcioglu told a meeting with bank managers that Turkey was in talks with four countries on FX swap deals and at “a very good point” with two of those, according to two participants. The sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that talks were underway with Malaysia, South Korea, Russia, Britain and other countries in Asia on securing swap agreements, with a senior source saying Ankara may also further expand an existing swap agreement with Qatar that it tripled to $15 billion last year.
Persons: Umit Bektas, Turkish Central Bank Governor Sahap Kavcioglu Organizations: Turkey's Central Bank, Reuters, Turkish Central Bank Governor, FX Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Umit, Umit Bektas ANKARA, Azerbaijan, , Malaysia, South Korea, Russia, Britain, Asia, Qatar
FILE PHOTO: Turkey's Central Bank headquarters is seen in Ankara, Turkey in this January 24, 2014 file photo. Last year, Turkey also tripled its swap agreement with Qatar to $15 billion. “There may be a swap agreement with one or more of these,” the person said. Another source said that of the countries Turkey was holding talks with to secure a currency-swap agreement, Azerbaijan was “the closest to a deal”. The Turkish central bank did not respond to questions on the matter by Reuters.
Persons: Turkish Central Bank Governor Sahap Kavcioglu, Tayyip Erdogan Organizations: Reuters, Turkey's Central Bank, Turkish Central Bank Governor, FX, South, Reserves, People’s Bank of China, U.S Locations: ANKARA, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Ankara, , China, Qatar, Malaysia, South Korea, Russia, Britain, Asia, Turkish
CORRECTED-TABLE-India's May oil imports rose 31.5% y/y - sources
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
(In table, corrects to oil supplies from Iraq in May, adds Guyana in place of Argentina) NEW DELHI, June 23 (Reuters) - India's oil imports in April rose 31.5% from a year earlier, when demand was curtailed due to a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus, tanker arrival data obtained from sources showed. Refiners shipped in about 4.2 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil in May, almost flat from April, according to the data. The following table shows India's imports by country. 222.1 529.3 -58.0 365.5 -39.2 442.2 516.8 -14.4 Dubai 0.0 0.0 -- 16.0 -100.0 6.6 3.3 101.3 TOTAL 2223.5 2866.3 -22.4 1909.6 16.4 2556.1 2602.0 -1.8 Europe North sea 201.6 0.0 -- 0.0 -- 53.8 0.0 -- TOTAL 201.6 0.0 -- 0.0 -- 53.8 0.0 -- C.I.S. It also include some parcels that arrived in May and were discharged in June.
Persons: Refiners, Jan, Nidhi Verma, Mark Heinrich Organizations: America Brazil, Ecuador, Asia Brunei, Malaysia, Qatar, Dubai, Africa Nigeria, Angola, Ivory, Congo, Chad, Ghana Locations: Iraq, Guyana, Argentina, DELHI, coronavirus, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Guatemala, Asia, Indonesia, Australia, Oman, Kuwait, Europe, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Africa, Cameroon, Gabon, Sudan, Guinea, Algeria, Libya
$15 bn Axiata, Telenor Malaysia merger about 'future proofing the business': Axiata CEO
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email$15 bn Axiata, Telenor Malaysia merger about 'future proofing the business': Axiata CEOIzzaddin Idris, Group CEO of Axiata says the merger with Telenor is aimed at future profits amid intense competition in the Malaysian market.
Persons: Izzaddin Idris, Axiata Organizations: Telenor Malaysia, Telenor Locations: Malaysian
UK has 'long looked' to deepen trade ties with Malaysia, says think tank
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.66   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailUK has 'long looked' to deepen trade ties with Malaysia, says think tankDavid Henig, director at the European Centre for International Political Economy, discusses the economic impact the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership will have on the U.K.
Persons: David Henig Organizations: European Centre for International Political, Trans, Pacific Locations: Malaysia
Fifty years on, cast say Willy Wonka film was their golden ticket
  + stars: | 2021-06-23 | by ( Sarah Mills | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The film tells the story of impoverished Charlie Bucket, who wins a golden ticket to tour Wonka's chocolate factory alongside the greedy Augustus Gloop, gum-loving Violet Beauregarde, spoiled brat Veruca Salt and television addict Mike Teevee. "I like to think that if you could only make one film, this was the film to be in," he told Reuters, describing the cast as like a family. "The amazing descriptions of the chocolate room, I remember thinking, my goodness, how are they going to do this? Late actor Gene Wilder, who played Willy Wonka, was nominated for a Golden Globe and the film's score was in the running for an Oscar. "I've been in really weird places ... on a beach in Malaysia and somebody says: 'Were you Veruca Salt?'
Persons: Willy Wonka, they've, Charlie Bucket, Augustus, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teevee, didn't, Peter Ostrum, Charlie, Roald Dahl's, Julie Dawn Cole, Veruca, Gene Wilder, Paris Themmen, Cole, I've, Johnny Depp, Wonka, Timothee Chalamet, Sarah Mills, Alex Richardson Organizations: Reuters, Globe, Thomson Locations: Malaysia
In this article RIDEWorkers install door hinges to the body shell of a prototype Endurance electric pickup truck on June 21, 2021 at Lordstown Motors' assembly plant in Ohio. Michael Wayland / CNBCLORDSTOWN, Ohio – Lordstown Motors' new executive team wants to make one thing clear to the investors this week: The electric vehicle start-up has "real employees at a real plant." Wall Street analysts who toured the facility noted the company's progress in gearing up to produce its first EV, an electric pickup truck called the Endurance, in late-September. Lordstown Motors gave rides in prototypes of its upcoming electric Endurance pickup truck on June 21, 2021 as part of its "Lordstown Week" event. Signage outside Lordstown Motors Corp. headquarters in Lordstown, Ohio, on Saturday, May 15, 2021.
Persons: Michael Wayland, haven't, They've, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Joseph Spak, Lordstown, Spak, Angela Strand, Steve Burns, Strand, Burns, Rajeev Lamba, Sam Abuelsamid, Tesla, Elon Musk's, Dustin Franz, Abuelsamid, Ian Upton, Emmanuel Rosner Organizations: Lordstown Motors, CNBC LORDSTOWN, Motors, The Securities, Exchange Commission, Wall Street, RBC Capital, CNBC, U.S . Department of Energy, Energy, Technology Vehicles Manufacturing, GM, Lordstown Motors Corp, Bloomberg, Getty, Ford Motor, SEC, Ford, Deutsche Bank Locations: Ohio, CNBC LORDSTOWN , Ohio, Malaysia, Lordstown , Ohio, Mexico, Lordstown
REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng/File PhotoNEW YORK, June 23 (Reuters) - Life insurers need to look well beyond COVID-19 deaths to see how the global pandemic is altering the mortality risk of people they cover, a medical insurance expert said on Wednesday. At the same time the long-term health effects are still evolving and modeling is difficult, he said. Vaccinations also pose a thorny issue for insurers: excluding non-vaccinated people from coverage could harm insurers' reputations. "I don't see the insurance industry necessarily being prejudicial to somebody that's been vaccinated by charging higher premiums," he said. "I think the insurance industry is going to be much more discerning at the time of underwriting," he said.
Persons: Lim Huey Teng, COVID, Paulo Bandeira Pinho, It's, Pinho, that's, Alwyn Scott, Jane Merriman Organizations: Sunway Medical, REUTERS, Reuters, of Insurance U.S.A, Thomson Locations: Subang Jaya, Malaysia, COVID
The pan-European STOXX 600 was down 0.1% by 0748 GMT, with the technology and healthcare indexes falling more than 0.5%. Still, investors this week will look to a spate of macroeconomic data from across the euro zone, beginning with a flash reading of the bloc’s consumer confidence data for June at 1400 GMT. Europe’s volatility index was down at 19.17 after hitting a one-month high of 22.99 on Monday. Oil and gas, real estate and travel-related stocks were among the biggest gainers in morning trading. Axa rose 0.2% after the French insurer said it would sell its insurance businesses in Malaysia to Italian rival Generali for about 140 million euros ($167 million).
Persons: Jerome Powell, Powell, , Charalambos Pissouros, Christine Lagarde, Generali Organizations: Tech, Axa, U.S . Federal, U.S, Congress, JFD, European Central Bank, ION, Sanofi Locations: Malaysia, industrials, United States
The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 18, 2021. The pan-European STOXX 600 (.STOXX) was down 0.1% by 0748 GMT, with the technology (.SX8P) and healthcare (.SXDP) indexes falling more than 0.5%. Europe's volatility index (.V2TX) was down at 19.17 after hitting a one-month high of 22.99 on Monday. Oil and gas, real estate (.SX86P) and travel-related (.SXTP) stocks were among the biggest gainers in morning trading. Reporting by Sagarika Jaisinghani in Bengaluru; Editing by Shounak DasguptaOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Powell, Charalambos Pissouros, Christine Lagarde, Generali, Sagarika, Shounak Dasgupta Organizations: REUTERS, Staff, Axa, U.S . Federal, U.S, Congress, JFD, European Central Bank, ION, Sanofi, Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, Malaysia, United States, Bengaluru
LAS VEGAS—The first new megacasino on the Strip in more than a decade, the $4.3 billion Resorts World, opens here this week as throngs of mostly maskless tourists indulge in the city’s famous casinos once again. After a historic shutdown last year, Las Vegas casinos began to reopen cautiously one year ago, in early June 2020, with mask requirements, plexiglass barriers and limited offerings beyond gambling. Today, evidence of the global health crisis is fading as crowds of tourists pack casinos, pools, shows and restaurants. “We’re so lucky that we’re opening at this time,” said Scott Sibella, Resorts World Las Vegas president. But it’s clearly getting better in Las Vegas.”For April, using the most recent figures available, about 2.6 million people visited Las Vegas, about 73% of pre-pandemic visitation compared with April 2019 when the city welcomed 3.5 million visitors.
Persons: Celine Dion, Katy Perry, , Scott Sibella, Organizations: VEGAS, Malaysia’s Genting Group, Bellagio, Resorts, Vegas Locations: Vegas, Las Vegas
Georgia police are seeking the public's help to solve the slaying of a Chinese American woman who might have been the unintended victim of a road-rage attack near Atlanta about a month ago. Lee's car came to a stop on Peachtree near Tilly Mill Road and her family said police have told them she was the unintended victim of a road-rage shooting about one mile away near Winters Chapel Road. The 50-year-old driver of another car, struck with gunfire near near Winters Chapel Road, has told investigators he recalls changing lanes and another vehicle swerving around him. "Me and my family see it was just wrong place, wrong time," said the victim's brother Alvin Lee, an 18-year-old college sophomore. Lee thanked all of Carmen's friends and extended family for rallying to the side of his family during this troubling time.
Persons: Carmen Lee, Carmen Lee ., Alvin Lee, “ We’ve, he's, Lee, he'd Organizations: Peachtree Industrial, NBC Locations: Georgia, Atlanta, Doraville, Peachtree, Tilly, Winters, Duluth , Georgia, Malaysia, America
The Thai Baht weakened 0.6%, hitting its lowest since Oct. 1, as the bullish dollar technical bias remained intact, Reuters technical analyst Catherine Tan said. She said a break for the exchange rate above 31.60 could trigger more dollar buying. The rupiah weakened 0.4% to hit its lowest in seven weeks, extending losses for a sixth straight session. Asian equities fell, taking cues from Wall Street's sharp decline on Friday, with stocks in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand all sliding more than 1%. Taiwan stocks closed 1.5% lower to mark their worst session in over one month, as daily COVID-19 infections falling below 100 failed to cheer investors.
Persons: Harish Sridharan, Catherine Tan, Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto, Mitul Kotecha, Kotecha, Sime Darby, ines, Sujata Rao, Rashmi Organizations: Economic Affairs, TD Securities, U.S . Federal Reserve, country's Ministry of Economic Affairs, Nusantara, Handal, FTSE, FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kl Index, Sime, Wipro Ltd, Hindalco Industries, JK, TI Locations: Indonesia, Philippine, Asia, Europe, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Jakarta, FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kl, Japan, China, India, Bengaluru
Indonesia on Sunday reported its highest daily cases since Jan. 30, while the country's COVID-19 task force also reported the highest number of daily fatalities since early April. Jakarta stocks, which fell 1.5% last week despite Bank Indonesia's dovish messages, shed 0.8% and were set for their fourth straight session of losses. The U.S. Federal Reserve surprised markets last week by signalling sooner-than-expected interest rate hikes, fuelling risk aversion in emerging Asian markets. "This is a risk for emerging markets because it could send capital flows moving outward instead of inward. Taiwan stocks skidded as much as 1.7% and are set for their worst session in more than a month.
Persons: Harish Sridharan, Indonesia's, Daniel Dubrovsky, Dubrovsky, ines, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: U.S, Sunday, IG Group, U.S . Federal Reserve, Nusantara, Handal, Singapore STI, Hongkong Land Holdings Ltd, JK, TI Locations: Taiwan, Indonesia, Jakarta, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippine, Asia, Japan, China, India
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMalaysia's economy is improving despite Covid setbacks, says finance ministerMalaysia’s Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Aziz says "exports are key to Malaysia's growth" as the electrical and electronics industry remains open despite the country being on lockdown from Covid-19.
Persons: Tengku Zafrul Aziz Organizations: Malaysia’s Locations: Covid
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