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The Covid-19 pandemic has put the spotlight on Malaysia’s immediate and long term plan for food security.
AMONG the pioneering plantation companies in Malaysia, Sime Darby Bhd still remains at the forefront of developments in the industry, particularly in research and development (R&D), sustainability and agro-management practices.
LONDON (Reuters) - Southern European sovereign bonds remained under pressure on Wednesday as the wrangling between Greece and its creditors raised the spectre of default and the country's exit from the euro.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - If farmers think they have a tough time producing enough rice, wheat and other grain crops, global warming is going to present a whole new world of challenges in the race to produce more food, scientists say.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's borrowing costs rose to their highest in four months on Wednesday at the first bond auction since this week's inconclusive election but solid demand from domestic investors eased fears that the political deadlock could destabilize Europe's second-biggest sovereign debt market.
TOKYO (Reuters) - By Tetsushi Kajimoto, Leika Kihara and Tomasz Janowski
TOKYO (Reuters) - Capital flight, soaring borrowing costs, tanking currency and stocks and a central bank forced to pump vast amounts of cash into local banks -- that is what Japan may have to contend with if it fails to tackle its snowballing debt.