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PARIS (Reuters) - France's Socialist President Francois Hollande raised expectations he would revive the economy and stem soaring unemployment during his election campaign, but tumbling opinion poll scores show the public is losing patience.
KUCHING: Sarawak Cable Bhds earnings have been dragged down by slow demand for power cables and conductors, which are the main contributors to group revenue.
A National University of Singapore sociologist critiqued current efforts to promote marriage and parenthood at an event organised by the opposition Workers Party.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Energy companies evacuated offshore oil rigs and shut down U.S. Gulf Coast refineries on Monday as Tropical Storm Isaac threatened to reach hurricane strength and batter the country's oil refining belt later this week.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's new president said on Monday he would not impose new taxes or devalue the country's currency and that his government would rely instead on investment, tourism and exports to fix an economy ravaged by a year and a half of political turmoil.
CACAK, Serbia (Reuters) - Hundreds of soldiers, police and firefighters kept back wildfires threatening villages in southwestern Serbia on Sunday and a forecast of rain promised some respite for the scorching, drought-hit western Balkans.