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SINGAPORE: Singapore Exchange's regulatory unit is seeking more powers to publicly reprimand companies breaching listing rules, while also making it mandatory for firms to have a whistleblowing policy.
TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp posted a 98% plunge in its first-quarter operating profit on Thursday as the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic halved it global sales.
MANILA: The Philippine economy plunged by much more than expected in the second quarter, falling into recession for the first time in 29 years, as economic activity was hammered by one of the world's longest and strictest coronavirus lockdowns.
MANILA: The Philippines stock market tumbled yesterday after the government reimposed coronavirus lockdown measures in and around Manila in response to fresh outbreaks, dashing hopes of a swifter economic recovery.
INTELLECTUAL property is a convenient fiction.
THE runway for AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) is far from clear, filled with liquidity potholes that is now an enormous task to patch.
HOUSTON: United States shale oil producers, whose weak returns in recent years had them out of favour with investors even before the coronavirus pandemic crushed oil prices and decimated production, are expected to post their worst second-quarter results since 2016.