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HONG KONG: UBS has lost a lead role on a US dollar bond deal for state-backed China Railway Construction Corp, just days after a Chinese outcry over a senior UBS economist’s use of “pig” in connection with Chinese food price inflation.
BEIJING: Chinese companies have stopped buying U.S. agricultural products, China's Commerce Ministry said on Tuesday, a blow to U.S. farmers who have already seen their exports slashed by the more than year-old trade war.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump said on Thursday he preferred a comprehensive trade deal with China but did not rule out the possibility of an interim pact, even as he said an "easy" agreement would not be possible.
AS we had just celebrated the nation’s 62nd birthday two weeks ago and the 56th Malaysia Day is upon us in just two days, it is nice to have a birthday wish or wishes for the nation, be it for the economy, stock market or just for all Malaysians going into our 63rd year since Merdeka and 57th year as Malaysia
BANGKOK: Thai poultry exports to China have surged eight-fold this year as an outbreak of deadly African swine fever in the world’s biggest consumer of pork stokes a rush to source alternative meat supplies, a Thai industry association said yesterday.
MANILA: The Philippines will feel the effects of African swine fever in the coming holidays, according to a local industry group, warning the public of less processed meat in the market including Christmas hams.
After a swine disease decimated its pig herd, Chinese demand is driving up beef, pork and poultry prices world-wide
KUCHING: Sarawak has taken a big step in the export of cultured red tilapia with the first consignment of 12 tonnes to Singapore.
BEIJING: Tang Jie, who works on a pig farm, says he used to get pork from the wet market near his home every day. But he hasn’t bought any in two months. And his favourite dish, stewed pork ribs with lotus root, has been cut from the menu at his local restaurant.