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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates cranked up the tension in their Opec standoff as the rare diplomatic spat between long-time allies leaves the global economy guessing how much oil it will get next month.
PETALING JAYA: Melima Consortium, a group of four sub-contractors appointed to rescue portions of the Damansara-Shah Alam Elevated Expressway (DASH) CA4 construction project, is claiming RM100mil from the project’s turnkey contractor Turnpike Synergy Sdn Bhd.
THE Opec+ group of oil exporters is struggling to reach a compromise over just how much more crude to supply to the market, but assuming a deal is eventually cut, it’s likely to be bearish for prices.
(Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosts a summit with six Balkan countries on Monday to forge closer cooperation as they make slow progress in their goal of joining the European Union.
As many as 36 Chinese companies have raised a total of US$12.59 billion in US markets as of June 30, the highest amount on record, according to DealogicWashington’s ‘efforts to force financial decoupling between the US and China have made little progress’, says analyst
LAUNCESTON, Australia: The OPEC+ group of oil exporters is struggling to reach a compromise over just how much more crude to supply to the market, but assuming a deal is eventually cut, it's likely to be bearish for prices.
DUBAI: A high-stakes game of oil diplomacy pits Saudi Arabia against long-time ally Abu Dhabi. And the result of their fight will shape not just the price of oil for the next year, but the future of the global energy industry.
Singapore: Goh believes regional cooperation not possible unless China has 'confidence and trust' of its neighbours
: If China does not have the confidence and trust of its neighbours, real regional cooperation will not be possible, said Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong on Sunday (July 4).
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) -The owners and insurers of the Ever Given container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March said on Sunday a formal settlement had been agreed in a compensation dispute, and the canal authority said the vessel would be allowed to sail on July 7.
The nuclear-capable medium range weapon ‘still needs to prove’ its anti-ship capability after successful first firingMissile is said to match China’s DF-21D ‘aircraft carrier killer’ and is an advanced variant of the Indian Agni class