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ERDENE, Mongolia (Reuters) - An hour's drive from Mongolia's capital Ulaanbaatar, a lavish monument to national hero Genghis Khan could provide a salutary lesson to the man who built it a decade ago: champion wrestler, businessman and current president, Battulga Khaltmaa.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fitch Solutions Macro Research sees the ringgit weakening against the US dollar this year due to risks from the US-China trade tensions and is also slightly bearish over the longer term.
HONG KONG: After its success distributing Beyond Meat Inc.’s mock beef patties in Asia, start-up Green Monday has a new food challenge: convince Chinese consumers to try its lab-grown meatless pork.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended flat at midday, having retraced mild losses over the course of the session as Washington and Beijing agreed to a trade truce ahead of their G20 Summit meeting over this weekend.
PUTRAJAYA: A country with a high-income economy will mean nothing if its success is not felt by everyone, says Lim Guan Eng.
US FTC urged to probe ‘secret surveillance scores’ used against shoppers, job and housing applicants
It’s possible your data is being used against you as you shop, travel or apply for jobs and housing, according to a new complaint filed with the US Federal Trade Commission.
Parents feel financial strain but continue to dip into their pockets to help grown-up children, Hong Kong survey shows
Survey by Investor and Financial Education Council says about 70 per cent of parents feel financially stressed Three-quarters of respondents feel they are worse off than previous generation