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Foreign Ministry, Supreme Court sign Three International Civil Law Agreements

Jakarta, Feb 20 (ANTARA News) - The Foreign Ministry and Supreme Court have signed three cooperation agreements related to international civil law as part of the efforts to improve public services. Director General of International Law and Agreement of the Foreign Ministry Damos Dumoli Agusman and clerk of the Supreme Court Made Rawa Aryawan signed the three agreements at the Foreign Ministry here on Wednesday. The signing of the agreements coincided with the opening of a get-together on improving public services through the development of international civil law in Indonesia.

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Ministry wants to reduce Tax on Locally Made Auto Parts

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Vietnam News Agency
Hanoi, Feb 20 (VNS/VNA) - The Ministry of Finance has asked the Government to amend its laws to eliminate the special consumption tax on locally manufactured auto parts and components, a move which could reduce prices of locally assembled cars.

PM orders Lawyers for Poor Women

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Phnom Penh Post
Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the establishment of a volunteer group of 30 lawyers to defend poor women who cannot afford to pay for representation, the government’s chief lawyer said on Tuesday.

PRRD signs Universal Healthcare Care law

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News
MANILA, Feb 20 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Wednesday signed the Universal Health Care Act into law which will automatically enroll all Filipinos under the government’s health insurance program.
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Bicam Report on Bills to strengthen Office of the Solicitor General ratified

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives
The House of Representatives ratified the bicameral conference committee report on House Bill 7376 and Senate Bill 1823, seeking to strengthen the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) by increasing its powers and functions and augmenting its employee benefits.

Proposed "National Music Competitions For Young Artists Act" passed on Final Reading

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives
The House of Representatives unanimously approved on third and final reading with 185 votes, House Bill 8918 which seeks to designate the National Music Competitions For Young Artists (NAMCYA) as the National Youth Development Program for Music.

Singapore Budget 2019: Smaller Duty-free Alcohol allowance and GST Relief for Overseas Shopping

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
From February 19 midnight, returning travellers who spend fewer than 48 hours outside Singapore will have to pay the 7 per cent goods and services tax (GST) on items bought abroad worth above $100, down from $150.

Kampong Speu Court releases Self-Proclaimed Okhna

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Phnom Penh Post
Kampong Speu Provincial Court on Tuesday temporarily released So Sarim, the self-proclaimed okhna who allegedly refused to repay money belonging to villagers who sold their land through him, on condition that he must find ways to pay off his debt.

Draft Regulation on E-Commerce to prioritize Domestic Products

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Antara
Jakarta, Feb 20 (ANTARA News) - The draft government regulation on e-commerce will prioritize domestic products, Director General of Domestic Trade of the Trade Ministry Tjahya Widayanti stated.

"Super Deductible Tax" Incentives to be completed in March: Mulyani

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Antara
Jakarta, Feb 20 (ANTARA News) - Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said that fiscal incentives in the form of tax cuts to industries that undertake vocational education and training activities as well as for building research and development centers (RnD) in Indonesia are targeted to be completed in March 2019.

Parliament approves Constitutional Amendment Committee by Two-to-One

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Myanmar Times
The committee to amend the constitution was approved by a vote in the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (Assembly of the Union) on Tuesday.

Ex-cop gets Three Months Jail for possessing 10 Bullets

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
BALIK PULAU, Feb 20 (Bernama) - A former policeman was sentenced to three months’ jail by the Sessions Court here today for possessing 10 bullets at his rented house in Bayan Lepas near here, on Saturday.

Botched Circumcision: Court allows Government, Four Others' Bid to strike out Suit

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 20 (Bernama) - The High Court today allowed application filed by the Malaysian Government and four others to strike out a negligence suit filed by 19-year-old youth over a circumcision procedure that went awry when he was 10-year-old that caused him to suffer permanent disability. High Court Judge Datuk Nik Hasmat Nik Mohamad ...

Seditious Speech: Meru Assemblyman's Jail Sentence swapped for RM1,800 Fine

Date: 20 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 20 (Bernama) - Meru assemblyman Mohd Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar’s eight-month jail sentence for making a seditious speech during the #KitaLawan rally in 2015, has been changed to RM1,800 fine by the Court of Appeal today.

Bill designating a "National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims, Survivors and their Families" passed

Date: 18 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives
The House of Representatives approved on second reading House Bill 9069, which seeks to designate the third Sunday of November every year as the "National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims, Survivors, and their Families."

Proposal to strengthen the Energy Regulatory Commission hurdles Second Reading

Date: 18 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives
The House of Representatives approved on second reading House Bill 9053 or the proposed “Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) Act” which seeks to strengthen the ERC by expanding and streamlining its bureaucracy, upgrading employee skills, as well as augmenting employees' benefits.

Opposition Politician avoids Bankruptcy over Loan

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
A Shanghai businessman who filed a bankruptcy application against opposition politician Lim Tean has formally withdrawn in the High Court following the submission of two cheques by Mr Lim last month to repay the debt he owed.

Cabinet endorses Emergency Fund

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Thai News Agency
BANGKOK, Feb 19 (NNT) - The Cabinet on Monday addressed a proposed ministerial regulation to do with emergency security funds.

PRRD signs Law creating Philippine Sports Training Center

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed a law establishing a state-of-the-art and highly-scientific sports complex to be known as the Philippine Sports Training Center (PSTC).

Duterte signs Integrated Cancer Control Law

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippines News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed into law a bill institutionalizing a ‘national integrated’ program to control cancer, one of the leading causes of death in the Philippines.

PRRD signs Law making Mobile Numbers ‘Portable’

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed a law that will allow mobile users to keep their numbers even after they change service providers or subscription plans.

PRRD signs Law creating Human Settlements and Urban Department

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte signed a law creating the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD).

SC upholds Boracay Closure

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - Malacañang's Proclamation No. 475, which ordered the temporary closure of Boracay for rehabilitation last year, has been upheld by the Supreme Court (SC).

Sandiganbayan acquits Ex-Police Exec of Ethics Raps

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - The Sandiganbayan has acquitted a retired police senior superintendent in connection with his non-filing of sworn statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) and disclosure of business interest and financial connections in 2010.

SC stresses Rules on Jurisdiction in Estafa Cases

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - The Supreme Court (SC) has reiterated the importance of following the rules on lower courts' jurisdiction, particularly in cases relating to estafa.

CA orders Case vs Party-List Solon to proceed

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - The Court of Appeals (CA) has upheld its earlier decision for a lower court to proceed with the indictment of a party-list lawmaker and several others for illegally refilling Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tanks.

Judge rejects Exception of Musician Ahmad Dhani

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Antara
Surabaya, E Java, Feb 19 (ANTARA News) - Surabaya District Court's Chief of the Judge Panel R. Anton Widyopriono rejected an exception put forward by prominent musician Ahmad Dhani's lawyer and decided to proceed with witness examination in an alleged defamation case.

Manager fined RM3,000 for ramming Vehicle into Motorbike of Cop on Duty

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 (Bernama) - A finance company manager was fined RM3,000 by the Magistrate's Court here today for using criminal force against a policeman who was on duty, by ramming the car that he was driving into the policeman’s motorcycle.

Maria Chin gets Leave to Appeal against Travel Ban

Date: 19 February 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 19 (Bernama) - The Federal Court today allowed Petaling Jaya MP Maria Chin Abdullah to appeal against a travel ban imposed on her three years ago.
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BNM to launch Risk Management Policy to tackle Cybercrime

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 (Bernama) - Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) will be launching its Risk Management in Technology policy in June this year to provide guidelines, especially for financial institutions, to combat the rise in ...

Bankers seek Clarity over Foreign Equity in Myanmar Banks Parliament: Law to tackle Money Laundering passed House ratifies 2019 National Budget more

Corporate Social Responsibility Bill approved

The House of Representatives approved on second reading House Bill 9061, principally authored by former President and now Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, which seeks to encourage all business organizations established a ...

Tuan Mat Bin Tuan Ismail v Tan Ah Hin and 4 Others SCK Serijadi Sdn Bhd v Artison Interior Pte Ltd Shencourt Sdn Bhd v Shencourt Properties Sdn Bhd more

Seditious Speech: Meru Assemblyman's Jail Sentence swapped for RM1,800 Fine

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 20 (Bernama) - Meru assemblyman Mohd Fakhrulrazi Mohd Mokhtar’s eight-month jail sentence for making a seditious speech during the #KitaLawan rally in 2015, has been changed to RM1,800 fine by the Co ...

Sandiganbayan acquits Ex-Police Exec of Ethics Raps Manager fined RM3,000 for ramming Vehicle into Motorbike of Cop on Duty Farmer fined RM50,000 for bribing Government Official more

Pension closer as Government creates Draft Law on Social Security Funds

Pensions for those in the private sector moved closer after the National Assembly and ministries of Economy and Finance, and Labour and Vocational Training created a draft law on social security funds.

House approves OFW Remittance Protection Bill Tabling of Sexual Harassment Bill not in March to ensure Comprehensiveness - Hannah Yeoh Senate ratifies First Time Job-Seekers Assistance Bill more

SGMA Bill on Advanced Energy and Green Building Technologies Curriculum approved

The House of Representatives unanimously approved on third and final reading with 172 votes, House Bill No. 8912 or the proposed “Advanced Energy and Green Building Technologies Curriculum Act,” principally a ...

Parliament passes Gemstone Bill amid Criticism Cigarette Smokers gets Leave to initiate Judicial Review Proceeding on Smoking Ban Environmental Public Health (Amendment) Act 2018 (Commencement) Notification 2019 more

Duterte signs Bill protecting Children in Armed Conflict into Law

MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed into law a bill providing the special protection of children in situations of armed conflict.

New Rules issued for Lao-Foreign Marriages Leong Yim Ling v Moey Park Moon Children Act may be extended to cover those aged 16 up to 18 more

Botched Circumcision: Court allows Government, Four Others' Bid to strike out Suit

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 20 (Bernama) - The High Court today allowed application filed by the Malaysian Government and four others to strike out a negligence suit filed by 19-year-old youth over a circumcision procedure that we ...

Law Society of Singapore v Jaya Anil Kumar Lawyer disbarred for 'Sextortion' Borneo Synergy (M) Sdn Bhd v Sulaiman & Taye more

Bicam Report on Bills to strengthen Office of the Solicitor General ratified

The House of Representatives ratified the bicameral conference committee report on House Bill 7376 and Senate Bill 1823, seeking to strengthen the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) by increasing its powers and functi ...

PM orders Lawyers for Poor Women Court pilots Video 'Tele-hearing' for High Risk, Sickly Inmates JTrust Asia Pte Ltd v Group Lease Holdings Pte Ltd and Others more

Strata Titles Boards to review Mediation, Arbitration Processes

The Strata Titles Board is going to review the entire process of how mediation and arbitration hearings are conducted, so as to avoid stand-off between parties that may hold up vital repair works.

Real Estate Services Bill submitted to Parliament NLA approves New Land Traffic Act After Three Years, Regulations under Condominium Law firm up more

Singapore Budget 2019: Smaller Duty-free Alcohol allowance and GST Relief for Overseas Shopping

From February 19 midnight, returning travellers who spend fewer than 48 hours outside Singapore will have to pay the 7 per cent goods and services tax (GST) on items bought abroad worth above $100, down from $150.

Government has begun repaying Tax Refund Arrears, says Guan Eng Hedcor Inc v Commissioner of Internal Revenue Alaric Vivencio C De Andres v Spouses Atanacio S Cristobal and Another more

PRRD signs Law making Mobile Numbers ‘Portable’

MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has signed a law that will allow mobile users to keep their numbers even after they change service providers or subscription plans.

House approves Bill establishing "On-line Network Policy for the Philippines" NTC sets Hearing on Mandatory Unlocking of Mobile Phones Japan helps Myanmar to enact Cybersecurity Law more

Ministry wants to reduce Tax on Locally Made Auto Parts

Hanoi, Feb 20 (VNS/VNA) - The Ministry of Finance has asked the Government to amend its laws to eliminate the special consumption tax on locally manufactured auto parts and components, a move which could reduce prices of ...

Kampong Speu Court releases Self-Proclaimed Okhna "Super Deductible Tax" Incentives to be completed in March: Mulyani Parliament approves Constitutional Amendment Committee by Two-to-One more

Man fined BND3,500 for defaming Former Colleague on Social Media

The Magistrate’s Court yesterday ordered a 25-year-old man to settle a fine of BND3,500, or serve four months’ imprisonment in default, after he pleaded guilty to a charge of defamation.

Four Businesses fined for selling Goods above MRP Man jailed for attempted Theft, Trespassing Public Prosecutor’s Appeal allowed to enhance sentencing against School Teacher more

PM orders Lawyers for Poor Women

Prime Minister Hun Sen has ordered the establishment of a volunteer group of 30 lawyers to defend poor women who cannot afford to pay for representation, the government’s chief lawyer said on Tuesday.

Justice Ministry: US Claims ‘baseless’ Kampong Speu Court releases Self-Proclaimed Okhna Pension closer as Government creates Draft Law on Social Security Funds more

Foreign Ministry, Supreme Court sign Three International Civil Law Agreements

Jakarta, Feb 20 (ANTARA News) - The Foreign Ministry and Supreme Court have signed three cooperation agreements related to international civil law as part of the efforts to improve public services. Director General ...

Draft Regulation on E-Commerce to prioritize Domestic Products "Super Deductible Tax" Incentives to be completed in March: Mulyani Judge rejects Exception of Musician Ahmad Dhani more

Laos, Japan celebrate 20 Years of Legal, Judicial Cooperation

The Lao and Japanese governments have highlighted 20 years of achievement in cooperation to strengthen the legal and judicial sectors in Laos, especially with regard to human resource development.

New Rules issued for Lao-Foreign Marriages Round Table Retreat reviews Implementation of 2018 Recommendations Government unveils New Development Vision more

Ex-cop gets Three Months Jail for possessing 10 Bullets

BALIK PULAU, Feb 20 (Bernama) - A former policeman was sentenced to three months’ jail by the Sessions Court here today for possessing 10 bullets at his rented house in Bayan Lepas near here, on Saturday.

Botched Circumcision: Court allows Government, Four Others' Bid to strike out Suit Seditious Speech: Meru Assemblyman's Jail Sentence swapped for RM1,800 Fine Court adjourns Tony Pua's Appeal against Interim Injunction over RUU355 Video Clip more

Bicam Report on Bills to strengthen Office of the Solicitor General ratified

The House of Representatives ratified the bicameral conference committee report on House Bill 7376 and Senate Bill 1823, seeking to strengthen the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) by increasing its powers and functi ...

Proposed "National Music Competitions For Young Artists Act" passed on Final Reading PRRD signs Universal Healthcare Care law Bill designating a "National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims, Survivors and their Families" passed more

Singapore Budget 2019: Smaller Duty-free Alcohol allowance and GST Relief for Overseas Shopping

From February 19 midnight, returning travellers who spend fewer than 48 hours outside Singapore will have to pay the 7 per cent goods and services tax (GST) on items bought abroad worth above $100, down from $150.

Past Warning has no impact on sentencing: High Court Opposition Politician avoids Bankruptcy over Loan Customs (Amendment) Act 2018 more

Cabinet endorses Emergency Fund

BANGKOK, Feb 19 (NNT) - The Cabinet on Monday addressed a proposed ministerial regulation to do with emergency security funds.

Thai Courts to have Bailiffs once Law put in Place NLA passes Seven Bills Decision on Minimum Wage Increases due in March more
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Justice Ministry: US Claims ‘baseless’

The Ministry of Justice on Tuesday reacted to recent “baseless” claims by the US Embassy in Phnom Penh regarding the case of former opposition leader Kem Sokha, urging the embassy to stop spreading misinformation regarding the implementation of the law in Cambodia.

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Court adjourns Tony Pua's Appeal against Interim Injunction over RUU355 Video Clip

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 20 (Bernama) - The Federal Court today adjourned the appeal hearing by Damansara Member of Parliament Tony Pua Kiam Wee against an interim injunction order over his alleged video clip relating to the tabling of Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) (Amendment) Bill 2016 or RUU355.

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DOJ urged to Act on Murder Raps vs PNP Men in Lawyer's Death

MANILA, Feb 19 (PNA) - A former Cebu City councilor asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) Monday to charge policemen implicated in the killing of his brother, lawyer Noel Archival, five years ago.

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Laos, Japan celebrate 20 Years of Legal, Judicial Cooperation

The Lao and Japanese governments have highlighted 20 years of achievement in cooperation to strengthen the legal and judicial sectors in Laos, especially with regard to human resource development.

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Sarawak Lawyers wants Government to set up RCI over Judge Allegations

MIRI, Feb 19 (Bernama) - The Advocates Association of Sarawak (AAS) has proposed to the government to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) over the allegation of judicial interference in the affidavit made by a sitting Court of Appeal judge Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer recently.

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MACC meets Judge Hamid Sultan over 63-Page Affidavit

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 18 (Bernama) - The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today met with Court of Appeal judge Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Baker over his recent 63-page affidavit, filed last week, on allegations of judicial interference.

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CBM headed in Right Direction, Bank Development expected: Experts

The Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM) has begun taking the initial steps to stand as an independent body, local financial experts and economists say.

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Retired SC Justice Azcuna 'Selfless Government Worker': Palace

MANILA, Feb 15 (PNA) - Malacañang wished retired Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Adolfo Azcuna the best as he celebrates his 80th birthday on Saturday.

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Rule of Law followed in Ressa Arrest

MANILA, Feb 15 (PNA) - Malacañang on Friday said the rule of law was followed in the arrest of Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa for cyberlibel amid criticisms of suppressing press freedom.

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Rebuilding ASEAN’s Financial Safety Net

Singapore and Indonesia signed a US$10 billion (K15.23 trillion) bilateral swap agreement last October, allowing the two countries to assist each other during times of financial stress through US dollar loans. The move signalled a willingness by ASEAN countries to play a bigger and more direct role in strengthening the region’s financial stability, but there is still much more to do.

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Judiciary lodges Police Report over Allegations in Affidavit

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 15 (Bernama) - The Judiciary has lodged a police report over allegations made against unnamed judges and the institution in the affidavit made by a sitting Court of Appeal judge Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer.

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Blind Woman's Persistence to become Lawyer bears Fruit

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 (Bernama) - ‘Where there’s a will, there’s a way’, this proverb illustrates the determination and diligence of a visually impaired young woman who has achieved her dream of becoming a lawyer.

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Lawyer urges Government and CJ to address Justice Hamid's Revelations

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 (Bernama) - Lawyer Sangeet Kaur Deo has called on the government and Chief Justice to immediately look into the claims by Court of Appeal judge Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, contained in his affidavit which revealed misconduct of top judges and judicial interference.

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Decision on Minimum Wage Increases due in March

BANGKOK, Feb 13 (NNT) - The final decision on Minimum Wage increases will be made in March, with new rates to vary in accordance with economic conditions in each province.

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No Violation of Ressa's Civil Rights: DOJ

MANILA, Feb 14 (PNA) - Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Thursday assured full protection of the civil rights of online news website Rappler's publisher Maria Ressa, who was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a cyber libel complaint filed against her and the media firm by a private individual.

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DOTr inks Deal on Common Station Construction

MANILA, Feb 13 (PNA) - The Department of Transportation (DOTr) on Wednesday signed a contract with a private consortium for the construction of Area A of the Unified Grand Central Station (UGCS) or the common station which is located between SM North Edsa and Trinoma in Quezon City.

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Men too face Sexual Harassment at Workplace

SUNGAI PETANI, Feb 14 (Bernama) - Men too have been recorded as being victims of sexual harassment at the workplace, said Women, Family and Community Development Deputy Minister, Hannah Yeoh.

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LHDN launches eProcurement System, Suppliers' Portal

CYBERJAYA, Feb 13 (Bernama) - The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) has launched the eProcurement (eP) system and the Suppliers’ portal as a continuous effort to improve service delivery to suppliers or tenderers dealing with the agency.

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