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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia may have little choice but to reduce the price of its oil as Opec and allied producers start to ease output curbs amid weakening demand that’s crashed the value of physical supplies.
India is the world's second-biggest smartphone market after China, and nearly half of the country's almost one billion mobile users already have a phone with Internet access.
TOKYO: The Bank of Japan’s push to keep borrowing costs low to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus is coming at the expense of the country’s lenders, which are already buckling under the strain of decades of ultra low interest rates.
Suria KLCC unveils its biggest campaign this year – the Golden Ticket campaign.
JOHOR BARU: With most restrictions of the movement control order (MCO) lifted, life is slowly returning to normal as families take time out to celebrate occasions such as Fathers Day tomorrow.
ROTI john, murtabak, nasi kerabu, nasi tomato and tau foo fah are among the top-selling items on the first-ever Ramadan e-bazaar in Selangor.
THE Selangor government’s initiative to help small-scale Ramadan bazaar traders through the e-kitchen business idea has proven fruitful.
NEW DELHI: Palm oil purchases by India will probably plummet to the lowest level in nine years as the closing of restaurants and hotels to contain the spread of coronavirus cut demand for the most-consumed vegetable oil.
SYDNEY: Australia’s central bank is scaling back its policy firehosing of money markets as dislocations from coronavirus ease and the bank’s bond-buying programme has lowered interest rates across the economy.
PETALING JAYA: Selangor is introducing two special e-commerce platforms for Ramadan, namely Grab Selangor and Platform Selangor (PLATS).