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In just 12 days, Occidental Petroleum Corp pulled off one of the biggest hedges against falling oil prices ever placed by a US energy company. It characterised the transaction as “costless” but a Reuters review of regulatory filings, market data and interviews shows that’s not the whole story.
CALI, Colombia (Reuters) - Armed conflict in Colombia could heat up in 2020 and there could even be bombings in cities if dissidents from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) follow through with plans to pressure the government into a new peace deal, an expert mediator said on Monday.
In the run-up to the election in Taiwan, candidates chose different cards to play – for example, people's livelihoods versus "political sovereignty". To secure a second term, Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Party played the "independence" card against the call for reunification, and used the "US card" to seek Washington's endorsement for their dirty game.
China Daily Editor's note: Tsai Ing-wen has been re-elected as the leader of Taiwan for the next four years. How will the result affect cross-Straits relations? Two experts share their views on the issue with China Daily's Yao Yuxin. Excerpts follow:
Hong Kong continues to open its doors and welcome all visitors to its shores with the latest Hong Kong is On campaign.
ENTREPRENEURS often say that passion and grit are needed to see a venture through. And if there is one thing that the winners of The Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2019 have shown, it is that perseverance is indeed often well rewarded.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One is likely to be more predictable this season after teams opted to stick with last year's tyre specification, according to Pirelli's racing head Mario Isola.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey plans to sign by February a preliminary $2.7 billion compensation deal for work carried out in Libya before the 2011 civil war, a sector official said, seeking to revive stalled Turkish business operations in the conflict-ridden country.
PETALING JAYA: Section 116C of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) must be reviewed to ensure citizens are not subjected to unnecessary and intrusive surveillance and interception of communication without due process, said the Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ).