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A US cybersecurity firm says it has gathered evidence that the Russian government spied on hundreds of American, European and Asian companies, the first time Moscow has been linked to cyberattacks for alleged economic — rather than political — gains.
TOKYO: The growing alarm after UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffered a defeat in parliament isn’t just unsettling for British politics. Global businesses are on edge as well.
SEOUL: A growing number of Asian manufacturers of products ranging from memory chips to machines tools are moving to shift production from China to other factories in the region in the wake of US President Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asia is becoming one bright spot in a world of gloomy corporate earnings, with strong profit growth powered by a population of 600 million people increasingly willing, and able, to spend in their fast growing economies.
Asian companies are at a higher risk of default in the coming quarters than last year, a Reuters analysis of their credit ratios showed, as the coronavirus pandemic has squeezed revenue and made it harder to refinance debt.
THE road to hell is paved with good intentions. Nowhere are good intentions more prominent that in the book I>Asia#146;s New Crisis: Renewal Through Total Ethical Management (John Wiley amp; Sons)./ICompelled by the Asian financial crisis, the authors #150; Frank-Jurgen Richter amp; Pamela C. M. Mar #150; intend to provide a framework of ethics for Asian entities.
BERLIN (Xinhua): Nine of the top ten applicants for patents in batteries and other electricity storage technologies in the period from 2000 to 2018 were Asian companies, according to a study published by the European Patent Office (EPO) in Munich and the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Tuesday.
Many companies outside the US may not have cover for a recent computer-system attack, leaving them potentially with millions of dollars of losses because there has been relatively little take-up of cyber insurance, insurers say.
SINGAPORE: A relentless decline in the dollar is putting pressure on earnings of Asian exporters, pushing some to consider moves such as renegotiating sales contracts, but it has also created a buffer against rising raw material and foreign debt costs.