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SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Monday as a trade deal between the United States and China appeared to be elusive following mixed signals from recently concluded negotiations.
SHANGHAI/Hong Kong: China stocks started the week on a soft note on Monday, as uncertainties around China-US trade talks dampened risk appetite.
PT Blue Bird plans to focus on electric vehicles made by Tesla Inc and BYD Co to cut fleet ownership costs and improve efficiency using data.
LISA Batitto, 54, says she has virtually stopped buying clothes ever since she started renting them.
VIETNAM is finding it’s hard to win a trade war even when businesses are trying to hand you victories.
THE real impact of the attack on Saudi oil installations last weekend goes well beyond the temporary loss of 5% of global oil production: It strikes at the heart of the mechanism that’s guaranteed the security of the world’s crude supply for most of the past 50 years.
FOR Malaysia to become a high-income country, human capital development must continue to be a key priority says TalentCorp Malaysia.
Li Ka-Shing has come under fire for his remarks on violent anti-government protests in
the Special Administrative Region.
Renewable energy seems to be the buzzword these days. Everybody have a view on renewable energy, whether it is solar, bio-diesel or hydro. They all seem to think that it is good that Malaysia is talking about renewable energy in a big way.
UEM Sunrise Bhd first made the news when it announced that it was axing a deal to sell a part of one of its projects in Melbourne to a hospitality trust there.