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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission will this year begin to assess the green transition of EU states as part of its monitoring of national budgets, a top official said, in a new sign of the bloc's commitment to meet ambitious climate goals.
MANILA: A restive volcano in the Philippines has a high risk of eruption as it is "recharging" with fresh magma and rising emissions of toxic gas, a top scientist said on Monday (Jan 20), while authorities ordered commercial establishments to stay shut.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: The International Monetary Fund predicted the world economy will strengthen in 2020, albeit at a slightly slower pace than previously anticipated amid threats related to trade and tensions in the Middle East.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - More than 80% of Australian business executives believe climate change will damage their companies, a survey published on Tuesday showed.
HONG KONG: Most Asian markets were mixed Monday (Jan 20) as investors took a step back after last week's rally, though the mood remains upbeat after the China-US trade pact was signed, and the global outlook appears a little rosier.
TAIPEH: Taiwan’s export orders posted the first monthly increase since 2018 in December, with the government forecasting that growth will continue in the first quarter of this year.
UYO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Michael Sunday is delighted, if a little stunned, as he admires his new right hand: a silicone glove-like prosthetic meant to help him return to normal life after he lost three fingers in a car accident a year ago.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Hindu nationalist ruling party on Monday elevated a veteran lawmaker and long-time associate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to become its president ahead of a string of state elections.
KUALA LUMPUR: Telcos snapped their recent rally on Monday, dragging the FBM KLCI into the red while the recovery in crude palm oil (CPO) prices was unable to lift the plantation heavyweights.