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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's Election Commission said on Tuesday it would try to complete this month's disrupted poll in late April, leaving the country facing another two-and-a-half months in political limbo under a caretaker government with limited powers.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's efforts to help resolve a conflict in South Sudan mark a "new chapter" in Beijing's foreign policy that will seek to engage more in Africa's security, China's top envoy to the continent said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Standard & Poor's expects banks in most Southeast Asian countries to face tougher operating conditions in 2014 on lower economic growth ahead and tighter credit conditions.
PETALING JAYA: Banks have been told to have a minimum collective assessment (CA) ratio of 1.2% by the end of next year, sending a strong signal to the industry to improve its standards of prudence.
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research remains Neutral on Malaysian banks given the risk of slower loan growth in 2014 though margin contraction could be milder while it keeps RHB Capital as its top pick.
BOCHAROV RUCHEI, Russia (Reuters) - Russia increased economic pressure on Ukraine on Saturday by drawing a link between disbursement of the next tranche of its $15 billion (9 billion pounds) aid package to Kiev with repayment of a hefty gas bill owed to Russian firms.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The leaked recording of senior U.S. officials dismissing the European Union's role in Ukraine may be deeply embarrassing but it has exposed a very real split between Brussels and Washington over how to handle Kiev.