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Ringgit poised for technical correction against US dollar next week

Malaysian National News Agency 17 Oct 2021
Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd chief economist ...Despite that, the ringgit appears to be fairly constructive in view of the elevated levels of commodity prices, namely Brent crude, liquefied natural gas and crude palm oil, which will help underpin Malaysia’s economic recovery.
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Nigerian govt must allow governance reflect democracy – Experts

Business Day Online 17 Oct 2021
Nigerians have been wailing ... “For Singapore, the most valuable natural resource for a country is its people, which Nigeria has in abundance,” he said ... Read Also ... No ... In the same period, Singapore became independent from Malaysia and had to decide its own fate ... No natural resources and many people had no jobs, housing or formal education ... “Education.
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OBK in Sabah to continue, to protect natural treasures

Malaysian National News Agency 16 Oct 2021
OBK in Sabah to continue, to protect natural treasures ... SANDAKAN, Oct 15 -- The Joint Khazanah Operation or Operasi Bersepadu Khazanah (OBK) in Sabah, has to continue to ensure Malaysia's natural treasures in the state are protected, said Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order Department director Datuk Hazani Ghazali today.
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Consumers face surge in power bills

Straits Times 16 Oct 2021
Consumers like Mr Chan are sitting up and taking notice of rate hikes by OEM retailers, driven by soaring electricity prices and fuel costs ... And more could follow ... Singapore relies on natural gas for more than 95 per cent of its electricity needs, with supplies coming through pipelines from Indonesia and Malaysia and imported liquefied natural gas.
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UK to push plan to ‘halt and reverse global deforestation by 2030’ at Cop26

The Observer 15 Oct 2021
Halting the catastrophic decline of nature is a key focus of Cop26, as the destruction of the world’s forests has continued at a relentless pace, with millions of hectares cleared every year ... Alongside reducing carbon emissions from coal and cars, nature-based solutions are a priority.
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Monitor lizards in Borneo found to prefer forests next to oil palm plantations

Phys Dot Org 12 Oct 2021
A team of researchers from Cardiff University working with staff at the Danau Girang Field Centre in Sabah, Malaysia, has found that monitor lizards living in the Malaysian part of Borneo prefer to reside in the natural forests that abut oil plantations, rather than in the plantations themselves.
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The Taiwan Enigma

The American Spectator 12 Oct 2021
Is Taiwan worth fighting for? That is the question ... Recently Gen. Mark J ... China’s militarization of artificial islands in the South China Sea is well known, as is its claim to 11 billion barrels of oil and 190 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in the region. This claim is contested by the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Brunei ... .
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Three young female activists reveal how they’re claiming their rights

Amnesty 11 Oct 2021
In 2020, when she was seventeen, Khairiyah launched a campaign against the Thai government’s plan to develop a natural gas pipeline between Thailand and Malaysia ... planned to install a natural gas pipeline between Thailand and Malaysia, which requires construction deep under water.
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Dismissing fears insurer will leave the FTSE, top man from the Pru Mike Wells vows: ...

The Daily Mail 10 Oct 2021
Focus ... ALEX BRUMMER ... We have a number of growth markets – those that will move the income needle the most would be China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. 'The trends to watch are the demand for health, because there isn't naturally a government health alternative in these markets and Covid has obviously raised people's focus on health ... .
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How Is China’s Energy Footprint Changing?

Principia Scientific 06 Oct 2021
While urban household CO2 emissions predominantly come from natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas, coal contributes to over 65 percent of China’s rural household emissions ... Over the past two decades, new extraction techniques have made shale gas, a type of natural gas trapped in sedimentary rock, into a viable energy source.
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Australia plans to supply solar power to Singapore, Will India follow?

Beijing News 04 Oct 2021
At the moment, the city-state relies mostly on natural gas for power generation and that is mainly imported from neighbours >Malaysia and Indonesia ... venture with Malaysia's Tenaga Nasional Berhad to trial the import of electricity generated from solar and hydropower from Malaysia.
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Malaysia's Petronas reports fire at LNG complex in Bintulu, operations unaffected

Reuters 29 Sep 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Malaysia's state energy firm Petronas said a fire broke out at its massive liquefied natural gas (LNG) complex in Bintulu on Tuesday but that operations were unaffected ... Our Standards. The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles ... ....
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Making Money Out Of Used Cooking Oil

Malaysian National News Agency 29 Sep 2021
According to Senior Lecturer of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)'s Faculty of Forestry and Environment, Dr Mohd Yusoff Ishak, the cheap purchase price of used cooking oil has made it unpalatable to the public ... Senior Lecturer of Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)'s Faculty of Forestry and Environment, Dr Mohd Yusoff Ishak.
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Malaysia's August exports rise 18.4 pct year on year

China.dot.org 28 Sep 2021
28 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's exports rose 18.4 percent to 95.59 billion ringgit (22.85 billion U.S ... Malaysia's exports to China improved by 5.7 percent to 15.19 billion ringgit following higher exports of liquefied natural gas as well as chemicals and chemical products ... Malaysia's ...
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