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Discover the Wonders of Langkawi with Langkawi Tours, The Gateway to Adventure

GetNews 29 May 2024
Langkawi Tours, an officially approved tour operator in Langkawi, Malaysia, offers a wide range of activities and services to help visitors fully experience the natural beauty and thrilling adventures of the island ... Malaysia.
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Vast concessions threaten Malaysia's forest: report

Paulding Progress 29 May 2024
Vast concessions in Malaysia's forests threaten millions of hectares of rich natural habitats and risk the country's commitment to 50 percent forest cover, a report warned Tuesday ... .
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GAS MALAYSIA POSTS HIGHER 1Q NET PROFIT OF RM 102.63 MLN

Malaysian National News Agency 24 May 2024
GAS MALAYSIA POSTS HIGHER 1Q NET PROFIT OF RM 102.63 MLN ... KUALA LUMPUR, May 24 (Bernama) -- Gas Malaysia Bhd posted a higher net profit of ...
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As Malaysia faces CEDAW review, women refugees continue to struggle

Al Jazeera 22 May 2024
The Myanmar refugee who arrived in Malaysia in 2023 and is still waiting for her United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) card had many reasons to fear what was to come.Keep reading.
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Proposal for DAP-PAS cooperation draws opposing reaction

Malaysia Today 22 May 2024
Azmil Tayeb of Universiti Sains Malaysia described Zaid’s suggestion as “unrealistic” given the conservative nature of PAS’s current leadership ... The post Proposal for DAP-PAS cooperation draws opposing reaction appeared first on Malaysia Today.
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GENERALI MALAYSIA RUN 2024 UNITED THOUSANDS FOR A PURPOSEFUL CAUSE

Malaysian National News Agency 20 May 2024
During the first Generali Malaysia Run 2024 held at Dataran Putrajaya, Generali Malaysia contributed a total of RM105,000 to PINTAR Foundation, Malaysian Nature Society and National Cancer Society Malaysia in support of social causes.
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Rayan Travel & Tours opens new branch

Gulf-Times 19 May 2024
... Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, UK, France, Italy, and Greece.'Travellers can enjoy amazing historical monuments, nature, to stunning mountains and exotic beaches, and many other memorable tours.
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Malaysia natural rubber production falls 9.2%

The Manila Times 15 May 2024
KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia's natural rubber production decreased by 9.2 percent in March to 26,966 tons as compared to 29,691 tons in February, official data showed on Monday.
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Swiss Army Knife to Remove Blade – Worldwide Ban of Knives

Armstrong Economics 15 May 2024
Banning gun ownership will not change human nature; in fact, no government ban can possibly curtail man’s innate predisposition toward violence that can only be controlled from within ... in nature.
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Malaysia's population up 2.3 pct on year to 34 mln in first quarter

Xinhua 14 May 2024
The Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) said in a statement that the population growth was contributed by the positive natural increase of citizens and higher population of noncitizens ... Malaysia's ...
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Malaysia natural rubber production falls 9.2 pct in March

Bahrain News 13 May 2024
KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's natural rubber production decreased by ...
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Malaysia's Natural Rubber Production Falls 9.2 Pct In March

MENA FN 13 May 2024
(MENAFN - IANS) Kaula Lumpur, May 13 (IANS) Malaysia's natural rubber production decreased by 9.2 per cent in March to 26,966 tons as compared to 29,691 tons in February, official data showed ... .
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Bursa Carbon Exchange to offer Malaysian carbon credits via auction

Xinhua 13 May 2024
... Kuamut rainforest conservation project marks a significant milestone for BCX on the offering of its first Malaysia Nature-based Carbon Credits Plus (MNC+) generated via a domestic forestry project.

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