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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab, who is getting the cold shoulder from Gulf Arab states, on Monday met Iran's parliament speaker, the first senior foreign official to visit since Diab's government took office.
PETALING JAYA: Ports and logistics companies in Malaysia will feel the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus should the effects of quarantine measures by China’s government prolong longer than expected.
SINGAPORE: Singapore on Monday cut its 2020 growth and exports forecasts due to an expected economic blow from the new coronavirus outbreak, flagging the chance of a recession this year.
PETALING JAYA: Banks in Malaysia may see further compression in net interest margin (NIM) by three to four basis points (bps) should the central bank cut interest rates again in the coming months to support the country’s slowing economy.
TOKYO: Japan’s economy shrank at the fastest pace in almost six years in the December quarter as a sales tax hike hit consumer and business spending, raising the risk of a recession as China’s coronavirus outbreak chills global activity.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s economy grew at its weakest pace in five years in 2019 as exports and public investments slowed, adding pressure on the central bank to cut rates to shield South-East Asia’s second-largest economy from the coronavirus epidemic.
NEW YORK: General Motors Co said it would wind down its Australian and New Zealand operations and sell a Thai plant in the latest restructuring of its global business, costing the United States auto maker US$1.1bil.
GOROM, South Sudan (Reuters) - Former South Sudanese rebels in t-shirts and sandals marched alongside government forces in a display meant to reassure international monitors that progress is being made on tasks related to forming a long-delayed unity government.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A high-profile local Taliban figure who announced and justified the 2012 attack on teenage Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai has escaped detention, Pakistan's interior minister confirmed a few days after the militant announced his breakout on social media.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai's hospitality industry faces the biggest risk in the Gulf region from travel restrictions triggered by the coronavirus outbreak, analysts at ratings agency S&P Global said on Monday.