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SEOUL (Reuters) - Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin in South Korea carry a hefty premium over international prices due to capital flow controls aimed at curbing cross-border flows of hot money, which prevent arbitrage, the Bank of America said in a report on Tuesday.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health is using a law against online misinformation to order corrections from social media and news agencies, on reports about an alleged Singaporean Covid-19 virus variant.
Ethiopia has granted an operating licence to a consortium of firms including Kenya’s Safaricom, Vodafone and Vodacom, officials said Saturday, a move that will end the state’s monopoly over its stunted telecoms sector.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - State-owned Indonesia Battery Corporation (IBC) and South Korea's LG will build a new battery plant worth $1.2 billion with the capacity of 10 gigawatt hours (GWh), Indonesia's investment minister said on Monday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Wednesday that he expected a breakthrough agreement on a global corporate minimum tax and new rules to tax cross-border digital services within a few weeks.
Conspiracy theories, fake reports and mudslinging – in Iraq, false news thrives and risks real-life consequences as authorities struggle to counteract its spread.
As the world begins to travel again, Europe is sending migrants a loud message: Stay away!
Blogger jailed in China for "defaming martyrs" after posting on Weibo that the death toll of the China-India border clash last year was higher than the official count of four.
Riksbank's Governor Stefan Ingves says cryptocurrencies unlikely to dodge regulatory oversight due to the sheer popularity of the phenomenon.
LISBON (Reuters) - Like supermarkets, restaurants and purveyors of sourdough bread, the illegal drugs trade went digital to serve its customers during lockdown, and could stay that way when the COVID-19 pandemic is over, Europe's drugs agency said on Wednesday.