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Rebels begin evacuation of Syria's last besieged enclave

AMMAN (Reuters) - Hundreds of rebels left the last major besieged opposition enclave in Syria on Monday, with thousands more expected to follow, responding to months of pressure by a Russian-backed government offensive, the army, rebels and residents said.

Latest bid for India's Fortis 'more risky', says Manipal CEO

MUMBAI: India's privately held Manipal Hospitals had to take a "more risky" approach in its latest bid for domestic rival Fortis Healthcare to see off rival suitors, Manipal's Chief Executive Ranjan Pai told Reuters.

Malaysian palm oil price chalks up biggest daily gain in four months

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures clocked their highest daily gain in four months on Monday, tracking an uptrend in crude oil prices and supported by soyoil on the U.S. Chicago Board of Trade.

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Asian jet fuel buyers pay the highest premiums

New and expanded airports push consumption to record highs

Campaign in Sabak Bernam targets farmers, fishermen

THE Sabak Bernam parliamentary constituency in the north-west of Selangor bordering Perak has two state constituencies, Sabak and Sungai Air Tawar.

Thumbs up for affordable single-storey homes

YONG PENG: Johor will build over 100 affordable single-storey homes here, which were greeted with relief by many looking to own their first homes.

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FRASER & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) is expected to register a stronger bottom line in the second half of its financial year 2018 (FY18), mainly attributed to lower input costs.

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Indicators point to renewed uptrend

Indonesia’s quarterly economic growth slows

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s economic growth pace in January-March fell slightly from the previous quarter, reflecting still-weak consumption and indicating the government may struggle to meet its 2018 growth target.