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KUALA LUMPUR: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd made RM37.1mil net profit in the second quarter ended June 30, but warned that the longest shutdown in the group's history will severely impact its earnings.
SYDNEY: Sydney Airport Holdings Pty Ltd on Friday reported its first-half loss nearly doubled in a tough period for travel demand, days after rejecting an improved A$22.8 billion ($16.3 billion) buyout offer from a consortium of infrastructure investors.
TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp will slash global production for September by 40% from its previous plan, the company has said, becoming the last major automaker to cut output due to critical shortages of semiconductors.
THE insurgent Taliban took over Afghanistan with astonishing speed, but it appears unlikely that it will prove equally as fast in gaining control of most of the Afghan central bank’s roughly US$10bil (RM42.43bil) in assets.
SHANGHAI:Chinese gaming and social media giant Tencent Holdings posted a 29% rise in second-quarter profit, a slower pace of growth after the coronavirus pandemic led to a boom in online gaming last year.
Afghanistan's aviation authority said on Monday the country's airspace had been "released to the military" and advised airlines to avoid its air corridors, prompting major airlines to divert flights in the wake of the Taliban's takeover of Kabul.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices extended gains on Friday, but remained on track for their biggest weekly decline since March as travel restrictions to curb the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant are raising concerns about fuel demand.
BANGKOK: Fresh outbreaks of the Delta coronavirus variant in South-East Asia have crippled its factory sector, disrupting global supplies of goods such as rubber gloves, semiconductors and sport utility vehicles and threatening the US$3 trillion (RM12.68 trillion) region’s recovery.
TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp has reported a record quarterly operating profit of 997.49 billion yen (US$9.15bil or RM38.64bil) as pandemic-hit sales rebounded and it weathered a global chip supply shortage better than many rivals.
Momentum builds in tech giant for leader’s parole