The Rapid Growth of Malaysia’s E-Commerce

Malaysia’s e-commerce is on a growth trajectory and has already started benefiting the country following the full implementation of 13 key programmes under the National eCommerce Strategic Roadmap’s (NeSR) six thrust areas. International Trade and Industry Minister Darrell Leiking said e-commerce value added and contribution to the gross domestic product

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7 biggest retirement planning mistakes

JUST the thought of retirement can cause anxiety and many to feel overwhelmed. A recent global survey showed that 88% of pre-retirees in Malaysia stated they are worried about not having enough money to live on day-to-day at retirement and that goes to show how unprepared some of us are.

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Putrajaya removes Bank Rakyat chairman with immediate effect over 1MDB

Tan Sri Shukry Salleh has been sacked as Bank Rakyat chairman over his alleged role in altering the federal audit report on 1MDB, said Entrepreneur Development Minister Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof. The minister said the immediate termination order was made using powers vested in him by the Bank Kerjasama Rakyat

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Finance Minister puts brakes on Cryptocurrencies pending Bank Negara decision

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has put the brakes on those seeking to create cryptocurrencies, pending the final word from Bank Negara Malaysia. The response by Malaysia’s finance minister came as intense debate rages over the Harapan Coin which has been dubbed the first political fundraising platform in the world

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There’s a one-bedroom condo for sale in Miami — and the seller will only accept bitcoin

One main factor driving demand for cryptocurrencies is the reduction in supply that’s been seen in recent months, according to Lee. He notes that the rate of bitcoin units added has been more than halved over the past year, to 4.4% from 9.3%. With mining slowing down, bitcoin won’t reach its theoretical maximum number of units until 2045 or later.

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HR Confidential: I fired her. Then she revealed all of the office’s sordid sex-and-drugs stories

One main factor driving demand for cryptocurrencies is the reduction in supply that’s been seen in recent months, according to Lee. He notes that the rate of bitcoin units added has been more than halved over the past year, to 4.4% from 9.3%. With mining slowing down, bitcoin won’t reach its theoretical maximum number of units until 2045 or later.

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Republicans reach a tentative tax deal; Trump says he’d sign a bill with 21% corporate rate

One main factor driving demand for cryptocurrencies is the reduction in supply that’s been seen in recent months, according to Lee. He notes that the rate of bitcoin units added has been more than halved over the past year, to 4.4% from 9.3%. With mining slowing down, bitcoin won’t reach its theoretical maximum number of units until 2045 or later.

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Shaq once spent $1 million in an hour—here are 3 other NBA stars who lost thousands

One main factor driving demand for cryptocurrencies is the reduction in supply that’s been seen in recent months, according to Lee. He notes that the rate of bitcoin units added has been more than halved over the past year, to 4.4% from 9.3%. With mining slowing down, bitcoin won’t reach its theoretical maximum number of units until 2045 or later.

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