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Airbus, Boeing close in on Qantas' ultra long Sydney to London non-stop flight

SYDNEY: Both Airbus and Boeing now offer aircraft that appear capable of flying non-stop commercial flights from Sydney to London - the "Holy Grail" for Australian carrier Qantas Airways Ltd.


Chinese stocks are becoming a world-beating dividend play

HONG KONG: To get in on the hottest equity trade in China right now, you’ll have to be quick.


Chinese brokers muscling in on Asia’s junk-bond underwriters

HONG KONG: China’s brokerages are out-muscling global investment banks to win more underwriting business in Asia’s junk bond market amid record offerings, as they increasingly help borrowers from the nation raise foreign currency debt.


Morgan Stanley cautious of Indonesian bourse

HONG KONG: Morgan Stanley warned of risks to Indonesian earnings growth as foreign investors pile into the country’s equities and help send the Jakarta Composite Index to a record.


Pos Malaysia eyes strong growth

KUALA LUMPUR: Pos Malaysia Bhd is optimistic of achieving strong growth for the financial year 2018 (FY18), driven by the recent boost given to Malaysia’s e-commerce industry and the group’s logistics business.


Aladdinstreet seeks to raise RM221.5mil

KUALA LUMPUR: aims to raise US$50mil (RM221.5mil) in the next six months to expand its business globally and enhance its advertising and promotions, according to co-founder and president Datuk Seri Desmond To.


UTAR among top young varsities

PETALING JAYA: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) joins the ranks of two public universities as the country’s top young universities.


Fans inspire Chong Wei and Jin Wei to victory

KUCHING: Lee Chong Wei and Goh Jin Wei overcame some anxious moments to keep the Jalur Gemilang flying in the singles at the Malaysian Open.


Heading for early showers

KUCHING: Top seeds Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem suffered a shock defeat in the men’s doubles first round at the Malaysian Open.

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11 injured after Hong Kong tram tips over

Hong Kong (AFP) - Eleven people were injured when a double-decker tram tipped over in Hong Kong, authorities said Thursday, in a rare accident on the city’s public transport network.