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MALAYSIA and Singapore are expected to sign a bilateral agreement for the Rapid Transit System (RTS) project in December, which will improve travel between the island republic and Johor.
NEW YORK: With the future of equity research looking shakier than ever, one boutique US firm is betting its turnaround on getting paid by a different customer: the company being covered.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A Hong Kong court on Monday cleared a pro-democracy activist and former lawmaker of misconduct while in public office for allegedly failing to declare a HK$250,000 (24,429.61 pounds) donation from a media tycoon.
DUBAI: Dana Gas has revoked an offer to creditors to exchange its outstanding US$700mil (RM3.0bil) Islamic bond for new notes, ending the chance of a consensual resolution to a case that could shape the future of the global Islamic finance industry.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Potential U.S. sanctions on sales of light crude to Venezuela's oil company PDVSA would hamper its already weak refining network while leaving at least one tanker in limbo, according to a source from the state-run firm and Thomson Reuters data.
HONG KONG: A pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmaker who was recently removed from parliament after a Beijing intervention was cleared Monday of misconduct in a case he described as politically motivated.