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BERLIN (Reuters) - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said there were growing signs of British nervousness at being isolated in a more uncertain international environment but that he saw no immediate sign of Britain revisiting its decision to leave the European Union.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy summoned France's envoy on Wednesday and angrily rejected French criticism of its immigration policies, escalating a diplomatic standoff that is widening one of Europe's main political fault lines.
SKOPJE (Reuters) - The "Republic of Northern Macedonia" - the proposed new name for the country once part of Yugoslavia - is meant to settle a diplomatic standoff with Greece, but will not satisfy some nationalists on either side of the border.
TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp. will invest $1 billion in Grab Holdings Inc. in the largest bet by a carmaker in a ride-hailing provider, underscoring the push by the auto industry to move from manufacturing to services.
BEIJING: A unit of Beijing’s Tsinghua University said it would buy aluminium smelter Tianshan Aluminium for an estimated 23.6 billion yuan (US$3.7bil), in what analysts say is a way for the smelter to become a publicly traded entity.
KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) has called on contractors carrying out excavation and construction works near underground cables to exercise more care.