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LONDON: Moves by Nigeria and China to clamp down on currency and equity markets have raised fears other countries may also seek to curb capital movement as a way to stem the exodus of money from emerging markets.
NEW YORK: Oil producers in the US are about to see their credit lines shrink, just when they need the money most.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's tourism industry, hit by years of political upheaval and militant violence, is expected to post moderate growth this year and hopes a global advertising campaign will revive the sector vital for economic recovery, the tourism minister said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign selling of Malaysian equities continued for the second day Tuesday with net selling at –RM185.5mil while the market was supported by local funds with local retailers nibbling.
THE Government plans to build 36 more “animal highways” or ecological viaducts to prevent conflicts between animals and humans along highways.
SAROK, Hungary (Reuters) - Built in a matter of weeks by soldiers, prison labourers and cadres of the unemployed, a vast new wall along Balkan frontiers is a monument to the ruthless efficiency with which Prime Minister Viktor Orban has mobilised Hungary against migrants.
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department will add more bite in its bid to capture an elusive crocodile at the Likas lagoon, near the city’s downtown area.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has rebuffed calls for a more ambitious plan to cut its carbon dioxide emissions after environmentalists branded its current pledge inadequate and backward-looking.
BRASILIA: The Colombian central bank’s unexpected interest rate increase on Friday should be sufficient to anchor inflation expectations and does not indicate the start of tightening cycle, according to Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas.
It would be impossible to not notice that the haze is back again and the weather has been very dry recently.