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SAN JUAN (Reuters) - Puerto Rico's newly installed governor and its Senate president faced off on Tuesday in written arguments submitted to the island's supreme court
SAN JUAN (Reuters) - Puerto Rico got its third governor in less than a week on Wednesday just hours after the bankrupt U.S. territory's supreme court ruled that Pedro Pierluisi's assumption of the office was unconstitutional and ordered him to leave.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission’s Audit Oversight Board (AOB) has prohibited audit firm Afrizan Tarmili Khairul Azhar (AFTAAS) and its partners from accepting as clients and auditing public interest entities (PIE) or schedule funds for 12 months.
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission has slapped a RM63,000 fine on Huang Khean Yeong for failing to comply with the International Standards on Auditing when auditing a public interest entity.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission (SC) has announced further relief measures on Tuesday which will reduce the cost burden of capital market participants.
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) has announced further relief measures which will immediately benefit 231 licensed entities, 30 registered audit firms and 9,663 licensed individuals.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. senators were set to vote on Wednesday on a $2 trillion (1.7 trillion pounds) bipartisan package of legislation to alleviate the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved an unprecedented $2.2 trillion (1.8 trillion pounds) stimulus package to alleviate the economic devastation of the coronavirus pandemic and sent it to President Donald Trump to sign into law.
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission Audit Oversight Board (AOB) has announced measures to ease challenges faced in the auditing of financial reports of public interest entities (PIEs) during the period of Covid-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON: The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation Wednesday that could lead to Chinese companies such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Baidu Inc. being barred from listing on U.S. stock exchanges amid increasingly tense relations between the world’s two largest economies.