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COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lankans elect a new president on Saturday in a "finely balanced" race between the early favourite, former defence chief Gotabaya Rajapaksa, and government minister Sajith Premadasa, who has gained momentum in recent weeks.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Prague's Charles University has closed its Czech-Chinese Centre, rector Tomas Zima said on Wednesday, after local media reports that some of its staff had failed to declare payments from the Chinese embassy intended to support its programmes.
TOKYO: Japan Display reported an 11th consecutive quarterly net loss on sluggish display sales and restructuring costs as the cash-strapped company scrambles to clinch a bailout deal with Apple Inc and other investors.
BANGKOK: Meetings hosted by the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations resumed Sunday with doubts emerging on whether the weekend would see a breakthrough in talks on the world’s largest regional trade pact.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - As anti-government protests simmer in Hong Kong, some demonstrators are increasingly focusing their anger on mainland Chinese in the city, hurling abuse and, in some cases, beating them.
Michael Brown sees lack of government investment, as well as tensions between Washington and Silicon Valley, as part of problem
Vietnam seems to be the consensus pick for winner of the US-China trade war, as Chinese and other manufacturers shift production to the cheaper South-East Asian nation.
HONG KONG: Shares in AB InBev's Asia-Pacific unit <1876.HK>, which last week raised about $5 billion after relaunching its initial public offering (IPO), gained as much as 4% on their market debut in Hong Kong on Monday.
Malaysia, Thailand and others compete to attract Chinese investors hit by China-US trade war.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union and Japan signed an infrastructure deal on Friday to coordinate transport, energy and digital projects linking Europe and Asia, seeking an alternative to Chinese largesse that has raised suspicion in Brussels and Tokyo.