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A former Malaysian start-up, Grab Holdings Ltd, marked its debut on the United States' Nasdaq stock exchange via a backdoor listing. Grab, which started off as MyTeksi with some initial funding from the government's Cradle Fund, will be the largest listing in the United States by a South-East Asian company. During the ceremony, Malaysian co-founders of Grab, Anthony Tan and Tan Hooi Ling, were joined onstage by representatives of the Grab driver-, delivery- and merchant-partner communities.
Public Bank net profit rises to RM4.28bil in 9MFY21
The group registered a net return-on-equity of 12.4% and a cost-to-income ratio of 31.7% for the nine months ended September 2021. In the year-to-date period, the group's total loans saw an annualised growth of 3% to RM353.5bil with domestic loans growing at an annualised rate of 2.8% to RM330.5bil. Over the same period, the group's total customer deposits grew at an annualised rate of 4.8% to RM378.9bil supported mainly by its low cost current and savings deposits, which grew at an annualised rate of 12.2%. Proton delivers 100,566 cars year-to-date
Proton Holdings Bhd sold 100,566 units so far this year, raising expectations the auto company will be able to end the year with positive sales growth In a statement, Proton said the overall sales of 14,187 units (domestic + export) in November 2021 have pushed its year-to-date number to 100,566 units. Compared to November 2020 sales have increased by 24.3%, which is also reflected in the growth of YTD sales by 4.3%. Omicron curbs from Japan to Spain wreak havoc on travel
Airlines, passengers and businesses had to respond to a deluge of travel restrictions announced over the weekend to slow the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant. An initial spate of flight bans from southern Africa, where Omicron was first detected, gave way to wider-ranging measures that will make travel more expensive and less convenient - if possible at all - recalling earlier days in the pandemic. Japan will ban foreign visitors until more is known about the variant, prime minister Fumio Kishida said in Tokyo.
Tengku Zafrul: Wage subsidies of RM19.45bil channelled as of Nov 19
The government has channelled a total of RM19.45 billion to 357,102 employers through the Wage Subsidy Programme (PSU) as of Nov 19, 2021, to ensure the continued employment of 2.95 million local workers. Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz said PSU 1.0 under the Prihatin Rakyat Economic Stimulus Package (PRIHATIN) and National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) had benefitted 322,177 employers and 2.64 million employees, with RM12.95 billion in wage subsidies approved. Through PSU 2.0 under the Kita PRIHATIN package, meanwhile, RM1.40 billion had been channelled to 81,005 employers as of Nov 19 so that they could remain in operation and retain 715,449 workers, he said.