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ON SEPT 16, Malaysia celebrates her 57th national day, having celebrated on Aug 31 the 63rd anniversary of independence from Britain in 1957. What does Independence mean for former colonies?
BRUSSELS: The world’s biggest carbon trading market faces a major overhaul under European Union climate change plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions faster this decade, a draft seen by Reuters shows.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Palm oil companies, which have faced criticism in recent years of widespread deforestation, said on Monday that ensuring sustainability across the supply chain was the new business norm as scrutiny on responsibly produced palm oil mounts.
WASHINGTON: Daimler AG will pay US$2.2 billion violating U.S. clean air laws and to resolve claims from 250,000 U.S. vehicle owners, court documents show.
SINGAPORE: Beaten-down equities in Southeast Asia have become irresistibly cheap, according to analysts at HSBC who recommend investing in Indonesia and across the region in a contrarian note on Monday that forecasted the best returns from laggard Singapore.
KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Investment Bank Research is optimistic over Kerjaya Prospek Bhd's ability to achieve two-year consecutive earnings growth of over 30% following the group's announcement of its latest contract win.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s central bank is widely expected to keep its benchmark interest rate steady for a second straight policy meeting on Thursday due to renewed pressure on the rupiah currency, a Reuters poll showed.
SIBU: The Co-operative Commission of Malaysia (SKM) has identified several local co-operatives which have the ability to acquire shares in competitive and successful companies listed on Bursa Malaysia.
SHANGHAI: Technology company Oracle’s bid to potentially become TikTok’s technology partner in the United States indicates that there may be technical solutions available to address US concerns instead of going to great lengths to ditch Chinese ownership, according to experts.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stood at 6.1% in the June-to-August period, unchanged from the previous three-month rolling period, as government relief measures provided some support to an economy ravaged by the coronavirus and social unrest.