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Public spending on migrants to boost Norway's economy - statistics agency

OSLO (Reuters) - An extra billion dollars spent on the tens of thousands of migrants arriving in Norway this year will stimulate the economy although increased public spending would need to be reined in at a later point, the statistics agency said on Thursday.


Mah: Government to table new nuclear law

The government will still table a new law to regulate atomic activities next year even if it decides not to go ahead with nuclear power, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Mah Siew Keong.


TPPA preserves Petronas’ critical roles under Act

KUALA LUMPUR: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) will preserve Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s (Petronas) most critical roles under the Petroleum Development Act 1974 and its commitments in supporting the Government’s policy.


German startup launches pan-European bank for mobile users

Number26 is looking to succeed where traditional lenders have struggled, by relying on mobile phones to build a true pan-European bank.


EU member states agree higher fines for firms for privacy violations

Businesses operating in the European Union could be fined up to 4% of their annual global turnover for breaching data protection rules under a proposal agreed on Dec 2.


Congress wants VTech details on child data it collects

US lawmakers have asked VTech Holdings Ltd for details about the data it collects on children who use its digital toys, as well as how it protects such sensitive information, following a cyberattack on the company that exposed data on 6.4 million children.


Facebook to halt tracking non-Facebook users in Belgium

Facebook will stop tracking browsers of Facebook pages in Belgium who are not signed into a Facebook account, seeking to comply with a court ruling last month ordering it to do so or face daily fines, the company said.


Longer prison terms under revised child law

THE amendments to the Child Act will provide enhanced jail terms and fines for offen­ders found guilty of abusing children.


For a good night’s sleep

LIVING in today’s technological society, exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) is inevitable.


Zero hunger 'impossible' without climate protection - WFP

PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ending hunger by 2030, one of 17 global goals adopted in September, can only happen if more money and effort are invested in helping people cope with climate change impacts, the head of the U.N.'s food aid agency said.