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SANDWICH, England (Reuters) - England top-ranked player Tyrrell Hatton vented his anger on his pitching wedge, snapping it in half on the final hole of his second round at the British Open on Friday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - France urged Lebanon on Friday to designate a prime minister as soon as possible after Saad al-Hariri abandoned efforts to form a government, but prospects for a new cabinet being agreed soon looked bleak after months of political conflict.
SANDWICH, England (Reuters) - Collin Morikawa has been making waves in his fledgling golf career and he was doing it again at Royal St George's on Friday in his first British Open.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The looming extension of the Covid-19 emergency restrictions on travel and business activities could jeopardise Indonesia’s economic recovery, threatening businesses and workers alike, industry experts have cautioned.
PETALING JAYA: The Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) received more than 1,500 complaints regarding insurance companies last year, a number of them involving the substantial increase of medical insurance premiums.
PETALING JAYA: While most business sectors have been badly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, direct selling grew by about 20% last year over 2019.
SOUTHEAST Asia is emerging as a battlefield for one of the world’s worst Covid-19 outbreaks, due to the fast-spreading delta variant and the slow rollout of vaccines.
SEOUL: South Korea’s central bank kept its monetary settings unchanged yesterday, as expected, but gave strong indications an end to its run of pandemic era record-low interest rates was coming as price pressures build.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s economy is forecast to grow 2.2% this year, down from the 3.4% projected earlier, due to the impact of a third wave of Covid-19 infections and weak tourism, according to the World Bank.