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PETALING JAYA: Punters expecting an equity-market rally in the run-up to the coming Chinese New Year (CNY) will likely be disappointed. But a rally after CNY is still a possibility.
PETALING JAYA: After a slower growth of 4.4% in the third quarter of 2019 (3Q19), economists have forecast that the Malaysian economy expanded in the range of 4% to 4.5% in last year’s final quarter.
MUMBAI: Indian palm oil importers have effectively stopped all purchases from Malaysia after the government privately warned them to shun the product from the country following a diplomatic spat, industry and government sources said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Six Democratic presidential contenders on Tuesday face perhaps the most pressure-packed debate yet, with voters in Iowa set to kick off the 2020 nominating contest in just weeks.
LONDON (Reuters) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not getting the time he needs with his legal team to discuss his fight against extradition to the United States, causing delays to the case, his lawyer told a British court on Monday.
HONG KONG: Asian markets mostly rose on Monday (Jan 13) as investor attention turned from the Middle East to the global economic outlook and this week's planned signing of the China-US trade pact.
HONG KONG: The 13th Asian Financial Forum (AFF) beginning on Monday (Jan 13) in China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) aims at examining the current global economic landscape and share insights on the environment businesses in the new year.
SINGAPORE: The first Singaporean to be charged with terror financing admitted in his trial on Monday (Jan 13) that he had transferred funds overseas to support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The Japanese government plans to create a performance simulator in which the roads around the Odaiba district of Tokyo are replicated in virtual reality,
BEIJING: China on Monday (Jan 13) defended barring the head of Human Rights Watch from entering Hong Kong, saying non-governmental organisations were responsible for political unrest in the semi-autonomous city and should "pay the proper price".