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LONDON: The hedge fund industry’s British billionaire Chris Hohn is bringing his hardball tactics to the fight against global warming.
NEW YORK: The Dow ended above 29,000 for the first time on Wednesday and the S&P 500 also closed at a record high after the United States and China signed a Phase 1 trade agreement and pledged to resolve a tariff dispute that has roiled Wall Street for over a year.
In a challenging global economic environment, Matrade drives a country branding action plan to transform Malaysian exporters to be resilient by responding to the growing demands for sustainability around the world.
WASHINTON: Tariffs and trade tensions are a huge source of worry for US companies.
BEIJING: Six privately owned companies in one of China’s wealthiest provinces have defaulted on their debt or come perilously close in the last three months. With 68.1 billion yuan US($9.7 bil) in outstanding debt among those six companies alone, the distress in Shandong has rattled even seasoned investors.
AHEAD of their meeting in Vienna later this week, Opec’s oil ministers have done a good job of convincing themselves that they can simply decide to hold steady, and do no more than they’re already doing.
Since the change in government on May 9,2018, the chief executives of 18 companies under Ministry of Finance Inc (MoF Inc) have been replaced with new candidates. Among the better known MoF-owned entities that saw changes are Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Kumpulan Wang Amanah Pencen (KWAPSince the change in government on May 9,2018, the chief executives of 18 companies under Ministry of Finance Inc (MoF Inc) have been replaced with new candidates. Among the better known MoF-owned entities that saw changes are Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Kumpulan Wang Amanah Pencen (KWAP
Sydney: Westpac Banking Corp chief executive officer Brian Hartzer is digging in after the lender was accused of the biggest breach of money-laundering and terrorism financing laws in Australian history, including failing to detect payments linked to child abuse.
SHANGHAI: Chinese private firms are shunning the United States in their overseas expansion, and generally prefer a home listing to a U.S. initial public offering (IPO), a private survey showed on Tuesday, highlighting the trade war's impact on executive decision-making.