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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Russia cannot compel Iranian forces to quit Syria, Moscow's ambassador to Tel Aviv said on Monday, rebuffing Israel's long-standing demand that it should work to ensure their total withdrawal from the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit traded lower against the US dollar at opening today, in line with emerging Asian currencies and against the backdrop of trade war tensions, said Oanda Head of Trading Asia-Pacific, Stephen Innes.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Congolese opposition leader Moise Katumbi plans to return home this week after two years in exile to submit his candidacy for December's presidential election, his political platform said on Monday.
BEIJING: China’s official factory gauge weakened this month, as credit conditions tighten and the trade war threatens exports.
SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd posted its slowest quarterly profit growth in more than a year on Tuesday as the sluggish global smartphone market weighed on earnings, although the chip business continued to perform well.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad's path to a final victory in the war in Syria is strewn with diplomatic landmines that will complicate his attempt to recover "every inch" of the country and may leave big areas out of his grasp indefinitely.
LONDON: Don’t be fooled by July’s gains: the causes of emerging-market turmoil haven’t gone away, according to investors including Fidelity International and Amundi Asset Management.
MUMBAI: Indian companies have been involved in deals worth a record US$97.6bil this year. Top banker JPMorgan Chase & Co is predicting more offshore interest in the nation, particularly in technology, media and telecom.
SINGAPORE: Donald Trump may well be the best thing that’s happened to South-East Asia’s humble electronics industry in quite a while.