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SYDNEY/HONG KONG,: An Australian regulatory push to boost banks' capital buffers, which is expected to unleash about A$83 billion ($60 billion) of new junior debt to market, risks causing a spike in borrowing costs and has prompted industry calls for softer requirements.
KUALA LUMPUR: The US-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers industry (SEMI) trade body projects total fab equipment spending in 2019 is projected to drop by 7.8% to US$55.78bil.
ARICA, Chile (Reuters) - In the pitch black of the moonless Chilean desert night, the Cuban man is hard to spot until he is within yards of the border.
Home robotics maker Trifo joins wave of Chinese Silicon Valley start-ups returning home to fulfill AI dreams
Shenzhen’s supply chain, logistics support and speed are some of the reasons Chinese entrepreneur Zhe Zhang is choosing to bring his tech dream home.
After the minor upgrade from Samsung's Galaxy S8 to the S9 in 2018, all eyes have been on the world's top smartphone manufacturer to unveil a radical improvement. Judging by leaks and rumours, Samsung is ready to deliver with the S10. Here's what we know so far.
KUANTAN: The recent floods which hit lowlands here could have been avoided if the drainage system was well managed and maintained, said state Local Government and Housing Committee chairman Abd Rahim Muda.
THE rise of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (1R4.0) is making an impact on every segment of society and the business world is in its direct path for change. With new technologies, businesses today and of the future cannot afford to lag behind and must find ways to adopt and adapt to new trends in doing business.
PETALING JAYA: Korean pop (Kpop) lovers here can usher in the New Year with Korean boyband MASC.
JOHOR BARU: Umno defectors should quit their role as MPs or assemblymen to pave the way for other members to represent the people, said Umno veteran Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad.
KATOWICE, Poland (Reuters) - Fractious climate change talks in Poland showed the limits of international action to limit global warming in a polarised world, putting the onus on individual governments, cities and communities to stop temperatures rising.