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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China's GDP growth is projected to reach 8.5 per cent on a yearly basis in 2021, thanks to the pent-up demand and strong exports, according to the World Bank, which updated the economic forecasts in its regional economic report on Tuesday (June 29).
KUALA LUMPUR: MyNews Holdings’ (MyNews) reported a RM10.3mil net loss in 2QFY21 which disappointed expectations on the back of a longer-drawn Movement Control Order (MCO) year-on-year, which weighed heavily on sales and the product mix.
Move by China comes after Canberra last week lodged a World Trade Organization (WTO) complaint against China’s moves targeting Australian wine exportsAustralia initiated 87 anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations against China from 1995-2020, while China initiated four against Australia in that time
KUALA LUMPUR: Ekuiti Nasional Bhd’s (Ekuinas) total cumulative investment in the financial year ended Dec 31, 2020 was RM4.40bil in 42 companies and it generated a total economic deployment of RM5bil, together with private sector partners.
KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Research has maintained its "buy" recommendation and target price of RM1.48 on Astro Malaysia Bhd on the back of its 1QFY22 earnings, which benefited from a recovery in advertising expenditure.
WASHINGTON: The thought of central bank policy makers easing off their campaign to liquefy bond markets has hung like a sword over equity investors for years.
BUILDING a small and medium enterprise (SME) banking business, with sustained profitability, has long been a goal for Asian banks.
FOR all the talk of a commodities boom, some markets have now wiped out gains for the year and several more are close to doing so.
(Reuters) - Germany's southern state of Bavaria is in talks with Intel to build a European chip factory in a bid to counter supply bottlenecks that have hampered production in the automotive sector, the local economy minister said on Friday.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea is trying to increase its future working population by making it easier for children of foreign residents to become citizens, but its plans have run into trouble in the face of rising anti-China sentiment.