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SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON: The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) will set up a fighter training detachment in the United States territory of Guam under an agreement inked by Singapore and the US, in a sign of deepening defence ties between the two countries.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's economy is feeling the effects of ongoing protests as a top government official said the violence had contributed two percentage points to last quarter's economic contraction. Rail operator MTR Corporation added that the unrest had cost it an estimated HK$1.6bil.
SINGAPORE: Asian governments are starting to do their bit to revive economic growth as central banks gradually pull back on monetary policy easing.
Mulpha International Bhd has pared down its stake in one of its key assets – Australia’s retirement village operator, Aveo Group Ltd to 15.5% from the 24.4% it held before.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petrofac Ltd, the UK-listed oilfield service provider, is weighing a sale of its Malaysian assets for about US$300mil, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
MUMBAI: India’s economy may be faltering, but its US$2.1 trillion stock market has been powering to new highs as foreign investors pile into country’s shares, betting the worst may have already passed.
KUANTAN: Pahang expects to see an increase in tourist arrivals thanks to the spillover effect from the expected 1.8 billion visitors to the Asia-Pacific region next year.
Time dotCom says it will work with Facebook to invest in the nation's Internet infrastructure in an effort to exclusively support the social media giant's bundle of apps.
WASHINGTON, ANN, Dec 6 -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi are generally viewed positively across the Asia-Pacific, according to the Pew Research Centre's latest report on global attitudes.