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Firmer manufacturing data fails to lift KLCI, ringgit weakens

KUALA LUMPUR: The stronger-than-expected industrial production index in September failed to boost investor sentiment as the ringgit continued to lose ground and worries about outflows when the US hikes interest rates in December.

Asia Forex: Ringgit, rupiah, won, yuan fall in early trade Monday

The following table shows rates for Asian currencies against the dollar at 0133 GMT Monday November 9.

Puppies tell time too

THE Hush Puppies brand, well known for the all-day comfort motto of its footwear and apparels, has expanded its repertoire by offering watches.

Taiwan’s TSMC may be sold to China company

TAIPEI: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world’s biggest contract chipmaker, would consider selling itself to a Chinese bidder, Nikkei reported, citing chairman Morris Chang.

Malaysian wins Taiwan’s Top Million Star singing contest

PETALING JAYA: Daniel Cheah Chee Lik is now the man of the moment, having won Taiwan’s Top Million Star singing competition.

Final vestiges of the Cold War going for good

From VICTOR Y. J. ONG, Johor Baru

Use Xi-Ma talks to solve historical issues

SINGAPORE: High hopes have been placed on the just concluded meeting between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou in Singapore, a country that shares good relations with both sides of the Straits.

Tanjung Tualang: Perak’s prawn town

Sleepy town of Tanjung Tualang a popular destination for seafood-loving tourists.

Going Dutch with Xi - Taiwan recounts ice-breaking dinner

TAIPEI (Reuters) - After waiting for more than six decades, it was a meal that lasted less than two hours.

Taiwan opposition says only democracy can decide future

TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Only the people of Taiwan can decide its future and will do so in elections in January, the island's opposition leader and presidential frontrunner said on Sunday, as China's top newspaper warned peace was at risk if it opted for independence.