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Singapore: A major Chinese commodities trader became the biggest dollar bond defaulter among the nation’s state-owned companies in two decades, in a moment of reckoning for Beijing as it struggles to contain credit risk in a weakening economy.
SINGAPORE: China announced the creation of its long-planned national oil and gas pipeline company, officially kicking off one of its biggest energy revamps aimed at helping supply keep pace with swelling demand.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Best Mart 360's chairman said on Monday he would keep every one of the popular Hong Kong snack food chain's stores open, despite them being repeatedly damaged during anti-government protests.
(Reuters) - Tunisia's next government should focus on reforming the faltering economy and restoring hope among frustrated youth,
Even as US and China take steps toward a truce, businesses are holding back on investment
HONG KONG: The government of one of China’s top technology hubs is dispatching officials to 100 local corporations including e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the latest effort to exert greater influence over the country’s massive private sector.
HONG KONG: The government of one of China’s top technology hubs is dispatching officials to 100 local corporations including e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the latest effort to exert greater influence over the country’s massive private sector.
BEIJING: The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) is liberalising its interest rate system in another milestone in the landmark reforms started four decades ago to boost the role of markets in the economy. The overhaul might also help lower the cost of borrowing for companies and households in the short term, as the economy grapples with its own downward forces and the US-China trade war.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters took to the hills to form flashlight-carrying human chains on Friday, using the colourful Mid-Autumn Festival as a backdrop to the latest in more than three months of sometimes violent demonstrations.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Police in Papua have arrested 85 suspects since ethnic unrest erupted in Indonesia's easternmost region in mid-August, a spokesman said, accusing a separatist leader based in Britain of fomenting Papua's most serious civil strife in years.