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KUALA LUMPUR: There could be an increase in buying interest in glove counters amid the global spread of a more contagious variant of the Covid-19 virus, although the positive effects may be short-lived.
Decision to shut down facilities surprising, say analysts
KUALA LUMPUR: Edotco Group, which operates and manages a regional portfolio of 34,100 telecommunication towers, aims to double that by 2024, said chief executive officer Adlan Tajudin.
BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) -Britain will threaten this week to deviate from the Brexit deal unless the European Union shows more flexibility over Northern Ireland, one UK and three EU sources told Reuters, a move that could thrust the five-year Brexit divorce into tumult.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Brexit minister David Frost will make a statement to parliament on the Northern Ireland Protocol on Wednesday, parliamentary authorities said on Tuesday.
AUSTIN (Reuters) - Self-driving startup Argo AI, carmaker Ford Motor Co and ride-hail company Lyft Inc on Wednesday said they partnered to offer robotaxi trips to Lyft customers in Miami and Austin.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain on Wednesday demanded a new deal to oversee post-Brexit trade involving Northern Ireland and warned the European Union that London would be justified in unilaterally deviating from a deal it struck with the bloc just last year.
(Reuters) - Duncan Paia'aua was a surprise inclusion for Australia as head coach Dave Rennie announced his 42-man squad for the upcoming Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup.
BOGOTA: World coffee buyers aren’t doing enough to help growers make a living income, and current practices actually keep most farmers below the poverty line, according to a new study by the Columbia Centre on Sustainable Investmen
LONDON/NEW YORK: Arabica coffee prices rose 10% more on Monday, after jumping nearly 20% last week, to their highest in nearly seven years as unusual cold weather threatens coffee crops in the world's largest producer Brazil.