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In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, sales of raw honey have soared. But just what is it anyway?
(Reuters) -Iran-backed Hezbollah and its allies have lost their majority in Lebanon's parliament in a general election, a Reuters tally of final results showed on Tuesday, a major blow to the heavily armed group that reflects anger with Lebanon's ruling elite.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI pared gains in the final hour of trading on Tuesday, but remained in positive territory.
JAKARTA (Reuters) -Hundreds of Indonesian smallholder farmers on Tuesday staged a protest in the capital Jakarta and in other parts of the world's fourth most populous country, demanding the government end a palm oil export ban that has slashed their income.
Key chapters in the history of Facebook, the world’s biggest social media application, which marks the tenth anniversary on May 18 of its stock market debut.
PETALING JAYA: A different type of job scam is being pulled off on social media, with victims being asked to perform tasks that range from following the pages of celebrities to buying products from online stores to increase pageviews and ratings.
ZURICH: Swiss building-materials firm Holcim Ltd agreed to sell its Indian operations to local billionaire Gautam Adani (pic), currently the richest person in Asia, another step in chief executive officer Jan Jenisch’s pivot away from traditional cement.
NEW YORK: A few brave souls in the investing world are starting to move back into bonds to ride out an oncoming economic storm.
TOKYO: Japan needs a faster “third arrow” growth strategy focusing on promoting a carbon-neutral society, including by creating a financial hub in Tokyo for Asian firms aiming to go green, according to Hiroshi Nakaso, considered a front-runner to be the country’s next central bank chief.