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SINGAPORE: With more than half of Singapore equities trading below their net worth, some investors are chasing profits by buying shares in companies that may be bought out or delisted by controlling shareholders or takeover firms
Singapore: The presidential election this year will be pushed back to September to avoid the campaigning period coinciding with National Day celebrations in August.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Kuwait's minister of information and youth affairs resigned on Tuesday ahead of a parliamentary no confidence vote over the nation's 15-month international sports ban, state news agency KUNA reported.
PARIS (Reuters) - French conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon on Monday vowed to fight on for the presidency despite a damaging scandal involving taxpayer-funded payments to his wife for work that a newspaper alleges she did not do.
KUALA LUMPUR: The two-year term of the four eminent persons on the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) ends on Thursday but the Prime Minister has not consulted any of the three Bar associations or the Attorney General on their replacements.
SINGAPORE: With more than half of Singapore equities trading below their net worth, some investors are chasing profits by buying shares in companies that may be bought out or delisted by controlling shareholders or takeover firms.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - France's presidential elections has become so unpredictable that gamblers are betting on a second term for the sitting president, even though he bowed out of the contest last year and his party has since picked another candidate.