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SAO PAULO: Odebrecht SA, the holding company of the Brazilian conglomerate that stretches from construction to oil and gas, has filed for bankruptcy protection in a Sao Paulo court.
MONTREAL: Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies Co whose daughter’s arrest in Vancouver triggered a diplomatic crisis between China and Canada, said the company still wants to make the country its “global centre for theoretical research,” according to an interview with the Globe and Mail.
ONE YEAR after a historic regime change, Malaysia’s politics remain a combustible cocktail of sleaze and power lust. At least the economy is on the right track, even if it’s nowhere close to fulfilling its potential.
PEOPLE have asked me which television series best represents contemporary Malaysian politics.
MOSCOW/KIEV: Russia and Ukraine swapped dozens of prisoners on Saturday in a carefully-negotiated rapprochement that brought Western praise and could thaw a freeze in relations since Moscow's annexation of the Crimea region in 2014.
PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court has sentenced a former executive deputy chairman of a public-listed company to a five-year jail term and a fine of RM9mil for insider trading offences, after a full trial with 24 witnesses having testified for both the prosecution and defence.
RIYADH: Nawaf Abdel-Aziz has never put any money into the stock market before, but he says buying shares in the world’s most profitable company is a no-brainer.
SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd board Chairman Lee Sang-hoon was sentenced to 1-1/2 years jail for sabotaging legitimate union activities, a South Korean court said.
BEIJING: China took over management of debt-laden HNA Group Co.’s liquidity risks after the coronavirus outbreak scared off travelers and cut off the conglomerate’s main source of income, forcing the government to take extraordinary steps to contain the fallout from the epidemic.
AMSTERDAM: Relatives sat listening with bowed heads and eyes closed as the names of all 298 victims of a missile strike on a Malaysian airliner were read out in a Dutch court on Monday as the murder trial of four fugitive defendants began.