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TRIPOLI/BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Libya's internationally recognised leader on Wednesday dashed hopes of quickly reviving U.N. ceasefire negotiations after his side withdrew, saying talk of them resuming had been overtaken by events as eastern forces continue to shell the capital.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): Producers of raw materials who rely on China for the bulk of their sales are showing confidence the risks posed by the coronavirus outbreak may soon ease -- and are poised to benefit from a forecast demand rebound.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
TRIPOLI/CAIRO (Reuters) - Libya's internationally recognised government on Tuesday suspended talks hosted by the United Nations to halt warfare over the capital after eastern forces shelled Tripoli's port, killing three people and almost hitting a highly explosive gas tanker.
MUMBAI: Gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are popular again, as risks to the global economy escalate even as jewellery sales languish in the world’s second-biggest consumer of the precious metal.
KUALA LUMPUR: A report published on Tuesday (Feb 18) listed Malaysians as the biggest per capita users of plastic packaging in a region responsible for more than half the plastic litter in the world's oceans. The report by the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) covers China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, which together account for "around 60% of plastic debris entering the ocean."
BEIJING: China will grant exemptions on retaliatory duties imposed against 696 U.S. goods, the most substantial tariff relief to be offered so far, as Beijing seeks to fulfill commitments made in its interim trade deal with the United States.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Miners have welcomed proposed changes to Indonesian mining rules under a new law aimed at boosting investment, though critics are concerned that the changes could underpin an expansion in polluting coal and threaten environment protection.
SYDNEY: The world's biggest miner, BHP Group, reported on Tuesday a 39% jump in half-year profit, supported by an uptick in Chinese demand and high iron ore prices, even as concerns remain about disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Since the novel coronavirus (Covid-2019) epidemic will surely affect exports to China, diversifying markets is an urgent requirement for Vietnamese rice exporters, experts have said.