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CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced plans on Tuesday to launch a second national airline as part of a broader strategy to turn the kingdom into a global logistics hub as it seeks to diversify from oil.
MUMBAI: India on Tuesday cut the base import tax on crude palm oil to 10% from 15% for three months, the government said in a statement, as the world's biggest vegetable oil buyer tries to dampen near record high prices.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have taken to social media to welcome the RM150bil Pemulih aid package, but at the same time urge the government to be transparent and efficient in its delivery.
MANILA (Bloomberg): The Philippines extended the existing movement restrictions in the capital region and nearby provinces through July 15, while keeping most of the country under the most lenient status.
PETALING JAYA: Another economic package, this time worth RM150bil, has been launched to provide comprehensive assistance to the people, many of whom are facing financial constraints due to the prolonged Covid-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON/LONDON: Wall Street notched broad gains on Friday, with the S&P 500 index closing at a record and global shares also finished at an all-time high, while oil prices rose for a fifth straight week.
(Reuters) - Novak Djokovic's breakaway players' body appears to be on a collision course with the men's tour after the world number one asked the ATP to delay a vote on a 30-year strategic plan to reform the sport.
Microsoft Corp’s Windows 11, the latest iteration of its 35-year-old personal computer operating system, boasts loads of new of features meant to position the software giant as the polite child in a classroom full of big bad technology bullies. The update also has at least one change that hearkens back to the days of Microsoft’s own anticompetitive behaviour.