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HANOI: Vietnam's success in curbing the coronavirus so far, while its Southeast Asia neighbours struggle, is helping the country power ahead in economic growth and attracting funds, foreign investors, experts and analysts say.
WILL Covid-19 kick-start a new commodities supercycle? Goldman Sachs thinks so.
SAUDI Arabia certainly put the “rollover” in, well, rollover on Tuesday. Having spent most of 2020 playing disciplinarian in the Opec+ group, the oil giant took the hit itself at the end of the latest meeting.
LONDON: British new car sales fell nearly 30% last year in their biggest annual drop since 1943 as lockdown measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus hit the sector, a trade industry body said yesterday.
NEW YORK: As one of the most tumultuous years in oil’s history ends, a delicate task now confronts Opec+.
TWENTY twenty was truly exceptional. What many envisioned as the year of transformation for Malaysia unfolded into an annus horribilis of economic contraction, exposed systemic issues and the vulnerable made more fragile by the Covid-19 pandemic.
LAST year was a one of deep anger with ourselves, our fate, other people and the politicians. We were angry for good reasons, but more so with reason itself.
IT is common knowledge that the Electrical and Electronics (E&E) sector is a major economic driver for Malaysia.
NEW YORK: Global crude prices edged higher on Thursday but lost more than a fifth of their value in 2020, as lockdowns to combat the novel coronavirus depressed economic activity and sent oil markets reeling.