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PARIS (Reuters) - Demonstrators torched cars and pelted police with stones and bottles and police fired tear gas and water cannon in Paris on Saturday as rallies to mark the first anniversary of the anti-government "yellow vest" demonstrations erupted into violence.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Istanbul is in talks to borrow in international markets to finance ongoing rail projects, two bankers with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday, as the city's new mayor kicked off meetings with investors in London.
SHENZHEN/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Having fled Hong Kong universities they had thought were a ticket to success, Chinese students from the mainland sit in hostels and noodle shops in the neighbouring city of Shenzhen wondering how they'll complete their studies.
PETALING JAYA: Writing a book on the world’s troubled times, notable economist Tan Sri Prof Lin See-Yan did not just seek inspiration from academics and executives but people he met at hawker stalls and even his wife’s mahjong pals.
The US$131 million fund started by Jack Ma seeks to nurture the next biotech unicorn, as it looks to mirror the success of AI start-up SenseTime and fintech firm WeLabThe fund has invested US$35 million in more than 20 start-ups, including Hong Kong-based genetics testing company Prenetics
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Police fired tear gas at black-clad protesters across Hong Kong on Saturday after they set fire to metro stations and vandalised buildings including China's official Xinhua news agency in some of the worst violence to hit the city in weeks.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Nine major banks in Hong Kong have agreed to adopt a number of measures to support small and medium enterprises in Hong Kong, the central bank said on Wednesday, as four months of anti-government protests start taking its toll on local businesses.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed four pieces of legislation taking a hard line on China, three related to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and one commending Canada in its dispute over the extradition of a Chinese telecom executive.
IT has been a long legal process for Ling Hang Tsyr from her arrest in connection with the murder of her husband, bank manager Wong Jing Kui, in Sibu in 2012 to her acquittal by the Court of Appeal.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police shot and wounded a teenage boy on Friday, as violent protests erupted across the Chinese-ruled city hours after its embattled leader Carrie Lam invoked colonial-era emergency powers last used more than 50 years ago.