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HONG KONG: Moody's Investors Service says that the likely persistence of capital outflows from China (Aa3 negative) over the rest of this year could constrain monetary policy and may lead to a more activist fiscal policy, if the government's growth target is to be achieved.
To understand Intel's US$15.3bil (RM68bil) proposed acquisition of Israel's Mobileye, imagine the data created and compiled by a self-driving car scanning the road and objects around it as a potential source of revenue.
LONDON (Reuters) - The international community must do more to protect healthcare in Syria as medical services become targets of war, according to a study published in The Lancet medical journal on Tuesday.
Australian retailers and manufacturers are rejigging their business models and reviewing strategies to sell goods into China amid confusion over a threatened government crackdown on e-commerce platforms.
HONG KONG: Oil rebounded above US$48 a barrel as a reported decline in U.S. crude stockpiles countered a boost in output from Saudi Arabia.
OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is travelling to Asia this week accompanied by only one reporter, a White House correspondent from the Independent Journal Review (IJR), a digital news outlet founded in 2012 by former Republican political operatives.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday that forecasts of a hard landing for the world's second largest economy should stop, though domestic and external risks remain and meeting the target of 6.5 percent growth for this year won't be easy.
NEW YORK: US stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as oil prices rebounded and investors counted down to the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s two-day meeting, where the central bank is widely expected to raise rates for the first time this year.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will not stop in its efforts to address issues affecting the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar.