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US toys may face ‘price shocks’

NEW YORK: For Jason Cheung, who owns a 40-year-old family business that makes educational toys, it is difficult to imagine moving production out of China, where his company has manufactured its products since the firm’s founding.

WZ Satu and IJM Corp shares up on positive news

The two firms to benefit from resumption of bauxite mining activities

Price war weighs on GDeX

Courier company’s earnings expected to be flat in financial year 2019

RHB upgrades Kossan to ‘buy’

PETALING JAYA: The 7.8% year-to-date (YTD) decline in Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd’s share price, despite a good net profit estimate for 2019, could be a signal that investors should stock up on its shares.

Nissan and OPUS team up to create smart camper concept

Nissan has teamed up with OPUS to create a smart camper that uses second-life EV batteries to keep you connected even when you're off the map.

Petronas-Repsol JV makes largest gas find in Indonesia in 18 years

KUALA LUMPUR: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) and its joint venture partners Repsol and MOECO have made the largest gas find in Indonesia in 18 years in the Sakakemang block in South Sumatara.

Apple could bring a 16in MacBook Pro into 2019

According to MacRumors, Apple could be releasing its biggest MacBook Pro this year since the 17in model was discontinued in 2012.

‘God Of War’ wins Writers Guild Award

The Writers Guild of America has chosen the convention-challenging action game God Of War as winner of 2018's Videogame Writing accolade.

Senegal's modernising president leads field in upcoming election

DAKAR (Reuters) - President Macky Sall is the strong favourite to win Senegal's election on Sunday, boosted by a modernising first term that propelled economic growth although critics accuse him of jailing his rivals for political gain.

Northern Europe set for warmer than normal spring

LONDON (Reuters) - Northern Europe will experience above normal temperatures for the better part of March to May, with most of the continent enjoying a generally warm and wet spring, The Weather Company said on Tuesday.