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WHILE analysts, both local and foreign, are generally optimistic that China's economic growth would remain buoyant post-Beijing Olympics, many believe the market there will be very competitive and that Malaysian companies should tread carefully.
Women athletes in all their might at the London Olympics.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A heat wave scorching Japan is raising questions about timing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics during July and August, typically the annual peak for temperatures and humidity, and the health risks that might pose for athletes and spectators.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's ceremonial leader will make an unprecedented visit to South Korea this week, officials said on Monday, as hopes grew for high-level inter-Korean talks during the Winter Olympics that begin in four days.
LOS ANGELES/ PARIS (Reuters) - Paris moved within a hair's breadth on Monday of formally being chosen to host the 2024 Summer Olympics after rival candidate city Los Angeles agreed to accept the consolation prize of the 2028 Games in a rare two-way contest between the cities.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - New research attempting to calculate the risk of the Zika virus at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro may reassure organizers and many of the more than 500,000 athletes and fans expected to travel to the epicentre of the epidemic.
As the Olympics wind to an end, its time for some nostalgia, and to remember the first Malaysian woman to take part in the Olympics and those Olympians who never made it there.
As the summer heats up, so does the Beijing Olympics.
SEOUL (Reuters) - An agreement between South and North Korea to march under a unity flag and field a joint ice hockey team at next month's Olympics was met by sharp criticism from many in the South on Thursday, highlighting changing attitudes towards the country's northern neighbour.
GENEVA/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The World Health Organization said on Tuesday it will convene experts next week to discuss the Zika outbreak, including its impact on the Rio Olympics, as new research suggests only a slight risk that more tourists will be infected at the Games.