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LONDON/CHICAGO: Boeing Co's new chief executive has sent the aerospace giant back to the drawing board on proposals for a new mid-market aircraft, effectively shelving in their current form plans worth US$15 billion-$20 billion that had been overtaken by the 737 MAX crisis
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia-China bilateral trade will hit another record high in 2019, as it had already posted US$111bil (RM455bil) in the first 11 months of the year, according to Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian.
SAN FRANCISCO: Uber Technologies Inc. and Postmates Inc. sued the state of California, alleging that a labor rights law set to go into effect this week is unconstitutional.
PARIS: Airbus on course to end 2019 with rise in orders on strong demand from Asia.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Finance Ministry is likely to agree on the proposal to channel the 3% windfall profit tax (WPT) on palm oil producers into a trust fund for biodiesel and oil palm smallholders’ development, according to Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
BRUSSELS: The new head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, will attend a climate summit in Madrid and travel to Africa in her first week in the job, highlighting two of the key priorities for the EU executive over the next five years.
WASHINGTON :President Donald Trump said on Friday that he has not agreed to rollbacks of U.S. tariffs sought by China, sparking fresh doubts about when the world's two largest economies may end a 16-month trade war that has slowed global growth
NEW DELHI: A right-wing social activist in India filed a petition asking the country's top court to order a probe into Facebook Inc and WhatsApp over revelations that a piece of spyware had exploited vulnerabilities in the popular messaging app to snoop on hundreds of devices.
NEW YORK: Uber Technologies Inc posted a wider third-quarter loss as costs at the ride-hailing company soared, sending shares down 6.7% in after-hours trading Monday.
WASHINGTON: Senior government officials in in more than 20 countries in five continents were targeted earlier this year with hacking software that used Facebook Inc's WhatsApp to take over users' phones, according to people familiar with the messaging company's investigation.