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NEW YORK: Oil prices rose on Wednesday on an upbeat forecast for global economic recovery and as U.S. gasoline inventories plummeted, but prices were limited due to a surge in crude oil inventories in the aftermath of last month's Texas winter storm.
SEOUL: South Korea’s food prices increased at the fourth-highest rate among members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in January, largely due to a supply shortage brought on by bird flu, according to data and market experts.
AS the Higher Education Minister, my frequent engagements with youngsters have made me realise that the worldview of many Malaysians with regards to gender stereotypes have changed over the years.
LONDON: European Central Bank (ECB) officials will set policy this week against a backdrop of investors betting on a global upturn even as the eurozone remains mired in pandemic lockdowns and painfully slow vaccinations.
GLOBAL manufacturing activity is surging as government support programmes and low interest rates protect consumers’ incomes while restrictions on leisure travel and other services divert spending into merchandise.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will support the efforts made by the G20 members to forge an international deal on digital taxation by the middle of this year and expects it to help the digital economy develop in an open and fair manner, a top government official said.
MALAYSIA has a wide variety of incentives which include incentives granted through income exemption or by way of allowances.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Before COVID-19, visits to Greece's paper-strewn labour offices were a ordeal of queues and case files, often for basic matters that in less than a year have moved online as the pandemic upended old administrative routines.
The report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said the dirt kicked up from road wear and the resuspension of road dust particles from passing vehicles might even cause worse health problems than from burning coal.