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KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will instal water level markers in flood-prone areas in the capital city soon.
BANGKOK: Thai Airways International Pcl, the nation’s flagship carrier, has received court approval for its business restructuring.
POCONÉ, Brazil (Reuters) - A fire has been burning since mid-July in the remote wetlands of west-central Brazil, leaving in its wake a vast charred desolation bigger than New York City.
KABUL (Reuters) - Khan Agha has endured years of violence in Kunduz, but it was the Taliban's attack on the strategic city in northeastern Afghanistan, as the government and insurgents were preparing for historic peace talks, that unnerved him.
JAKARTA, Sept 14 (Reuters): Indonesia stocks recouped more than half of last week's 4% decline on Monday after new Covid-19 restrictions in Jakarta proved less severe than feared, with stock markets across Asia buoyed by the resumption of trials for one of the leading coronavirus vaccine candidates.
BANGKOK, Sept 14 (Bloomberg): Thai Airways International Pcl, the nation’s flagship carrier, got court approval for its business restructuring on Monday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Rising Covid-19 coronavirus cases in India will keep private spending and investment lower for longer and S&P Global Ratings expects the economy to contract much sharper than forecast.
(Sept 14, Reuters): Indonesia stocks rose over 2% on Monday after new Covid-19 restrictions on Jakarta proved less severe than feared, with markets across Asia aided by AstraZeneca resuming trials of its leading vaccine candidate.
Sweden may be about to take its world-beating cashlessness to the next level, as the pandemic threatens to push its notes and coins close to extinction.
Eight in 10 Malaysians would rather suffer through any pain they might experience than seek medical help.