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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (July 24)
Island’s foreign minister says plans are in full swing to establish a representative office in the Baltic nationOutpost will be its first in Europe to use ‘Taiwan’ in the official name
Minister of Foreign Affairs Saleumxay Kommasith has visited the Thanaleng Dry Port and Vientiane Logistics Park. He pledged support for the project after learning that it will significantly facilitate logistics and transport and thus boost trade and Laos’ economy.
Analysts say weak retail consumption, slowing exports and hardships facing small and medium-sized businesses all suggest government spending needs to riseChina’s finance ministry has so far remained tight-lipped on further fiscal loosening, instead vowing to address fiscal sustainability
Unigroup requires a strategic investor with minimum total assets worth US$7.7 billion or US$3.1 billion in minimum net assetsPotential investors need to make an upfront deposit of US$77.1 million to Unigroup’s bank account and submit their bids by September 15
BEIJING: Global investors from Tiger Global Management to Temasek Holdings Pte are reeling after China imposed the harshest curbs yet on its $100 billion private tutoring and online education sector.
HONG KONG: An index launched a year ago to give investors greater exposure to China’s internet giants is now the world’s worst-performing major technology gauge.
Coronavirus: time to review Hong Kong’s quarantine exemptions for diplomats and others, health experts say
Visits to shopping centres by consulate employee’s infected children during self-isolation period have raised numerous questionsThe two siblings from Saudi Arabia were among five imported Covid-19 cases confirmed on Wednesday, alongside one each from Cambodia, the UAE and Bangladesh
PETALING JAYA: The country needs to readjust its control strategy and response to Covid-19 as the disease gradually becomes entrenched here and elsewhere, says Tan Sri Ter Leong Yap.
A batch of Chinese Covid-19 vaccines arrived in Myanmar on Thursday, an AFP reporter said, as the coup-wracked country battles a devastating new surge in cases.