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JAKARTA: Finance Minister Sri Mulyani (pic) has said that the country’s economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic will depend on the fiscal stimulus package and on economic reforms brought about by the omnibus bills.
DUBAI: Creditors have started to enforce claims against Abu Dhabi-based Al Jaber Group, in a dispute triggered by a construction downturn in the United Arab Emirates more than a decade ago.
LONDON: Struggling businesses were just getting back on their feet after the United Kingdom’s first national lockdown sparked the country’s deepest recession in over a century.
LONDON: The UK and European Union are starting a key week of Brexit talks, with the bloc stiffening its demands over how any trade deal will be enforced after losing trust in Boris Johnson because of his attempt to rewrite last year’s divorce agreement.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here has acquitted former Supermax Corp Bhd managing director Datuk Seri Stanley Thai for insider trading in relation to APL Industries Bhd (APLI) shares.
VANCOUVER: Lawyers for the Canadian government asked a judge on Tuesday to keep Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's extradition case to the United States "on the straight and narrow" and described the evidence presented by the defence as inadmissible.
WASHINGTON/SEATTLE: Two key House of Representatives Democrats on Thursday urged the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to release all documents related to the government's 18-month review of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX.
BRUSSELS: British and EU trade negotiators have failed to close the gap on state aid, a key element barring their new agreement on post-Brexit trade ties, officials and diplomatic sources with the bloc said as 27 national leaders gathered in Brussels.
LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the head of the EU’s executive, Ursula von der Leyen, agreed in a phone call on Saturday to step up Brexit talks to close “significant gaps” barring a new trade partnership.
LONDON: Supermarkets, food manufacturers and restaurant chains under pressure from campaigners over their environmental impact urged Britain on Monday to strengthen a plan to stop tropical forests from being cut down to grow cocoa, palm oil and soy.