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BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Hotels and airlines are offering refunds to people travelling to China after a new coronavirus breakout there killed 25 people and infected more than 800.
Colombia's President Ivan Duque said technology companies were welcome in his country, but they had to operate on a level playing field with local firms.
TOKYO: Asian shares steadied on Friday in holiday-thinned trade for the Lunar New Year, despite fears that a new coronavirus from China could spread rapidly as millions of people travel over the week-long break.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's push to resume tourism with the North is aimed at resetting border ties, but must overcome Pyongyang's scepticism and chart a careful course around U.S. efforts to pressure leader Kim Jong-un into eliminating his nuclear arsenal.
KUALA LUMPUR: Standard Chartered Malaysia is lowering the rates for its lending, financing and fixed deposit by 25 basis points, effective Jan 30.
A rising number of central banks are likely to issue their own digital currencies in the next few years, research by the Bank for International Settlements showed.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday (Jan 24) has defended the city-state’s new "fake news” law amid criticisms that his government has been using it to target opposition leaders and critics.
SEOUL: North Korea on Friday (Jan 24) appointed a former army officer with little diplomatic experience as its new foreign minister, state media confirmed Friday, reflecting Pyongyang's already declared hard-line policy toward the US.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI closed slightly in the red in holiday-shortened trading on Friday to extend its losing streak to five days.