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THE Opec+ group of oil exporters is struggling to reach a compromise over just how much more crude to supply to the market, but assuming a deal is eventually cut, it’s likely to be bearish for prices.
LAUNCESTON, Australia: The OPEC+ group of oil exporters is struggling to reach a compromise over just how much more crude to supply to the market, but assuming a deal is eventually cut, it's likely to be bearish for prices.
As tourism-reliant Thailand struggles with a collapse in foreign visitors, the country's auto sector is picking up some of the slack with the value of car exports tipped to surge to a record this year as the global economy reopens.
Cambodia exported 132, 174 tonnes of dry rubber in the first half of this year, up 7 per cent over the same period of last year, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Veng Sakhon announced on Friday (July 3)
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Next Digital Ltd, which is owned by now-jailed media tycoon and activist Jimmy Lai, said the firm isn’t ceasing operations and apologized to staff for an earlier "wrong message, ” according to an internal memo seen by Bloomberg.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Christie's auction of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and physical artwork by 18-year-old transgender artist FEWOCiOUS fetched $2.16 million, Christie's said on Wednesday, the latest sign of appetite among art collectors for blockchain-based assets.
Contemporary artist Red Hong Yi unveils new ‘Doge’ NFT, which rolls out her 'Meme Banknotes' series
Global M&A hits record highs with $1.5 trillion of Q2 deals
MUMBAI: India on Tuesday cut the base import tax on crude palm oil to 10% from 15% for three months, the government said in a statement, as the world's biggest vegetable oil buyer tries to dampen near record high prices.