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(Reuters) - Roger Federer has said he will miss a number of tournaments, including the French Open, after undergoing keyhole surgery on his knee in Switzerland on Wednesday but he is targeting a return in time for Wimbledon.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will hold a wide-ranging enquiry into the causes of recent bushfires that killed 33 people and razed an area the size of South Korea, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy will try to complete his collection of World Golf Championships (WGC) titles when he stares down a stacked field in Mexico City this week that includes defending champion Dustin Johnson.
NEW DELHI: Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
MURRURUNDI, Australia (Reuters) - For all the relief felt in other parts of eastern Australia as torrential rain in the past few weeks doused wildfires and filled reservoirs, the tiny township of Murrurundi, one of the driest places in the country, just can't seem to catch a break.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
PETALING JAYA: The consumer confidence index (CCI) has declined for the fifth consecutive quarter since its all-time high after the 14th General Election, as more Malaysians remain apprehensive about job prospects.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand's economy grew at its weakest pace in five years in 2019 as exports and public investments slowed, adding pressure on the central bank to cut rates to shield South-east Asia's second-largest economy from the coronavirus epidemic.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's New South Wales state said on Tuesday it will ease water restrictions after a deluge of rains filled dams across the country's east coast to their highest levels in more than two years.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Outbreak of the coronavirus will deal a heavy blow to the Thai economy in the first quarter but a gradual recovery is expected and could lead to growth of above 3 per cent next year.