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The US economic sanctions are biting hard on Iran, forcing its people to find ways to be self-sufficient.
BUSINESS was bad last year for 30-year-old Alicia*. It came to the point where she was not paid for more than eight months as she earned on commission without a basic salary.
Despite Malaysia’s low inflation rate, many still struggle to get by. Why is this so? The World Bank’s latest Malaysia Economic Monitor report highlights areas that may contribute to our high cost of living.
HANOI: Venture capital funding pouring into Vietnamese fintech companies accounted for 36% of the total fintech investment in South-East Asia.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane will not be rested with a busy run of Premier League fixtures on the horizon, manager Jose Mourinho has said.
KOLKATA/LUCKNOW (Reuters) - Demonstrators in eastern India set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalised at least six railway stations on Saturday, as violent protests against a new citizenship law continued for a fourth straight day.
HONG KONG: Thomas Cook is set to be relaunched by its Chinese owner, who plans to use the 178-year-old British tour operator’s brand on a travel platform targeting European customers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Can bots save lives? An Indonesian architect who harnesses social media to improve disaster relief - a project that could win a $250,000 international award - believes so.
WASHINGTON: US officials announced a truce in the trade war with China with much fanfare, but economists and trade experts call it largely a victory for Beijing.
JOHOR BARU: The government is beefing up its enforcement to ensure that Malaysia would not be the next nation to report an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF).