Malaysian News Bulletin: Tues 20/11/2012

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Tuesday 20th November 2012

1. “PETALING JAYA: Over 200,000 Malaysians took part in McDonald’s Breakfast Day, thronging restaurants nationwide to get their free Egg McMuffin breakfast.”


2. “PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are proving to be among the world’s biggest workaholics, with almost 90% of the workforce working even when they are on holiday.”


3. “KUALA TERENGGANU: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) today denied an allegation that many of the netbooks given to students in the east coast were defective.
The netbooks were distributed to secondary school students under the 1 Malaysia Netbook Programme.”


4. “KUALA LUMPUR: Karex Industries Sdn Bhd, the world’s biggest condom manufacturer, will expand capacity after selling shares next year, boosting Malaysia’s bid to rejuvenate its rubber industry amid competition from Thailand and Vietnam.”


5. “JOHOR BARU: Five people, including a baby, died in a four-vehicle pile-up along Jalan Masai-Kong Kong near here.”


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