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BEIJING (Reuters): China omitted a 2020 economic growth target for the first time and pledged government support for the economy in Premier Li Keqiang's work report on Friday (May 22), launching the country's annual parliament meeting.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The senior chairman of Charoen Pokphand Group (CP) Dhanin Chearavanont has advised the government to persuade the rich to invest in technologies after the Covid-19 pandemic is resolved.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Property Bhd posted lower net profit of RM14.20mil in the first quarter ended March 31,2020, down by 94.7% from the RM265.07mil a year ago in the absence of a one-off gain.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - George Best was arguably the finest footballer never to have played in a World Cup yet his absence from the biggest stage did little to harm his international fame.
LONDON (Reuters) - Some English Premier League games could be shown on a free-to-air basis when soccer returns after pausing due to coronavirus, culture minister Oliver Dowden said on Wednesday.
Amazon.com Inc faces a crucial test on May 20 with the release of its first original big-budget video game. The reception from homebound gamers will signal whether the company can become a force in a US$159bil (RM692.46bil) global industry dominated by the likes of Microsoft Corp and Activision Blizzard Inc.
China ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing said on Wednesday that it will start using artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to verify if drivers in its Latin American markets wear masks and disinfect cars to keep rides safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tunisia on May 19 launched a contact-tracing mobile phone app that identifies and alerts users who may have had contact with others infected with the new coronavirus.
NOW that the world’s largest central banks are buying trillions of dollars of bonds, emerging markets reckon they can experiment, too.
SYDNEY: China effectively banned Australian barley imports after concluding Canberra's water market was a subsidy for growers, documents showed on Tuesday, a position Australian government sources described as ludicrous.