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TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged he will further expand his country’s already improving ties with China but said Japan still needs to bolster its defence capability as far as space amid concern about Chinese military activity and uncertainty over North Korea’s denuclearisation.
Income of manufacturers decline for second straight month
SEOUL: An attempt by South Korea to create artificial rain to tackle air pollution many blame on neighbouring China has failed, the government said, as it struggles to address what has become an urgent public concern.
HONG KONG: A Canadian man has been arrested in the gambling hub of Macau for allegedly trying to defraud an entertainment company out of US$284mil (RM1.2bil), police said.
PETALING JAYA: Fourth quarter results for Westports Holdings Bhd are likely to be stronger due to front-loading activities ahead of the expected container tariff hike in March.
IT is now more than eight months that the Pakatan Harapan-led government has administered the country since the general election was held on May 9. Hopes and aspirations are high on the rebooting of Malaysia as a competitive and well-governed nation.
PETRON Malaysia, in partnership with Malaysia Airlines Enrich, has rewarded loyal customers with the opportunity to travel to their dream destinations.
BEIJING: China is changing its head securities regulator for another veteran banker.
WASHINGTON: Ebbing global growth and shaky financial markets threw the US Federal Reserve off course in early 2016, and it took nearly a year for officials to regain confidence growth would continue and convince investors they would again raise interest rates.