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Saudi company on global hunt to meet soaring demand
Water resources must be managed wisely and innovation is the way forward, engineers and water experts were told.
NEW YORK: Leading global stock markets climbed on Thursday, fueled by a boost in bank and energy shares coupled with overall investor optimism after the recent passage of a $1.5 trillion tax cut plan in Washington.
Once upon a time, it was only Elon Musk making shoot-for-the-stars statements about the glittering future of electric cars.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Gas and Petronas Chemicals chalked up firm gains on Thursday to push the FBM KLCI above the 1,750 level amid a slight pullback on crude oil prices while the ringgit weakened against the firmer US dollar.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices were stable on Thursday, supported by falling crude inventories in the United States but capped by output that is fast approaching 10 million barrels per day, a level only surpassed by Saudi Arabia and Russia.
LONDON (Reuters) - After fashioning the sensation of the English football season with a League Cup triumph over Manchester United, Bristol City manager Lee Johnson knows there could only be one way to top a win over Jose Mourinho -- and that is by beating Pep Guardiola.
LONDON (Reuters) - An earthquake of magnitude 5.2 struck a town near the Iranian capital Tehran on Wednesday night, state media reported, but there were no initial reports of casualties or significant damage.
Nearly a third of Uber's 50,000 drivers in Britain are logged into the app for more than 40 hours a week, whilst just under 8% are online for more than 60 hours.
(Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives gave final approval on Wednesday to a sweeping, debt-financed tax bill in a midday vote. It now will go to President Donald Trump to sign into law, although the timing of that was unclear.