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HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): The Hanoi People’s Council members will review the capital city’s socio-economic development, security, national defence and budget collection and expenses in 2020 at their three-day 18th session which opened on Monday (Dec 7).
BOGOTA, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- Colombia's National Administrative Department of Statistics (DANE) reported on Saturday that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) registered a decline of 0.15 percent in November compared to the previous month, while the annual variation of the CPI was 1.49 percent.
THE dollar took a heavy beating during the week in review, down 1.17% to 90.71 – hitting its lowest level since April 2018.
AMID a short working week in the United States in conjunction with Thanksgiving holiday, the dollar weakened by 0.43% to 91.99 – hitting the lowest level since January 2018 on the back of easing political noises after President Trump accepted that President-elect Joe Biden’s transition into the White House must begin as well as ongoing vaccine optimism.
TOKYO (Reuters): Core consumer prices in Tokyo suffered their biggest annual drop in more than eight years, data showed on Friday (Nov 27), an indication the hit to consumption from the coronavirus crisis continued to heap deflationary pressure on the economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s inflation rate in October fell for the eighth month, down by 1.5% on-year due to lower fuel prices, based on the Statistics Department data.
A RAFT of corporate earnings is scheduled for release this week as the third-quarter results season reaches a close.
MACC's immigration blitz could improve country's Corruption Perception Index, says former TI-Malaysia chief
PUTRAJAYA: Effective enforcement such as the recent blitz against Immigration officers operating a “stamping facility” syndicate are among actions that can improve Malaysia’s standing in the Corruption Perception Index score, says Datuk Seri Akhbar Satar.
OTTAWA, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- Canada's annual inflation rate rose to 0.7 percent in October, from the previous month's rise of 0.5 percent, due to higher food prices, Statistics Canada said Wednesday.