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US-China trade spat good for Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia may see an increased amount of foreign investments, particularly from the United States, if the brewing trade war between the US and China escalates further, according to the American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) executive director Siobhan Das.


Betrayed by online data breach

IT IS ironic that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg turned to traditional media to get his message across.


Oil finds relief in surprise US stockpiles and trade hopes

SEOUL: Oil rose toward US$64 a barrel as investors received a reprieve from growing American crude stockpiles and on signs that trade tensions between the US and China may ease.

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Living it up by the bay

WHEN it comes to music, it is better to live it than to just listen.


‘Far Cry 5’ record sales buoy gamemaker Ubisoft’s shares

French videogame powerhouse Ubisoft saw its share price surge over six percent on the Paris CAC stock exchange on April 5, buoyed by record global sales of its Far Cry 5 shooting game.


Exclusive - Pathologist challenges Philippine officials' view that U.S. cameraman committed suicide in jail

, (Reuters) - An American cameraman and filmmaker who died in December in a jail in the Philippines suffered blunt-force trauma, and his body had markings inconsistent with the official account by Philippine authorities that he hanged himself, a private U.S. pathologist said.


Guatemalan businessmen to build roads and school as part of bribery sentence

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Nine Guatemalan businessmen who were sentenced on Wednesday for paying bribes to receive public contracts will have to build roads and a school in the Central American country as part of their punishment, according to a U.N.-backed anti-corruption body.

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Largest batch of US deportees arrive in Cambodia

Phnom Penh (AFP) - Forty-three Cambodians deported by the United States arrived in Phnom Penh on Thursday, the largest batch yet under a controversial deal that enables America to expel legal residents with criminal records.


Central American 'caravan' to end in Mexico City, migrants defiant

MATIAS ROMERO, Mexico (Reuters) - Central American migrants stranded on a journey through Mexico because of U.S. President Donald Trump's pressure on the Mexican government say they will struggle on toward the United States, even as their "caravan" said it would disband in Mexico City.


Once snubbed by FBI, Europol is now Google of counter-terrorism

Shortly after taking over Europol a decade ago, former British MI5 officer Rob Wainwright met with then-FBI Director Robert Mueller to pitch the idea of sharing data, figuring he couldn’t turn the European Union’s budding criminal-intelligence service into a global force without America’s help.