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LONDON: The dollar held near a two-month high on Monday ahead of what is expected to be the first U.S. interest rate cut since the financial crisis, while Britain's rising Brexit risks slugged the pound to a fresh 28-month low.
Could the answer to better public transport and fewer traffic jams (not to mention less pollution) lie in that old-fashioned thing called a bus? Yes, if they're electric buses and there are a lot of them.
The whole world is turning away from coal but not Malaysia. No, in Malaysia, we’re using more coal to fuel more power plants to generate more electricity ... that we don’t have a use for.
For many travellers, a trip to Bhutan is not just a spiritual one, but a chance to rediscover the joys of a simple life.