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Taiwan's CPC sees little impact after tanker attacked in Middle East

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's state oil refiner CPC Corp said on Friday it was still assessing the damage to a tanker it had charted to carry fuel from the Middle East that was suspected to have been attacked, while the company expected little impact to its supplies.

World

Latest on suspected attacks on tankers in Gulf of Oman

(Reuters) - Here is the latest from Reuters on attacks on two tankers on Thursday south of the Strait of Hormuz, through which almost a fifth of the world's oil is shipped:

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Japan shipping company Kokuka Sangyo says its tanker was attacked in Gulf

TOKYO (Reuters) - The president of the Japanese shipping company Kokuka Sangyo Ltd said one of its tankers had been attacked near the Strait of Hormuz, its president told reporters at a news conference.

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Taiwan's CPC says naphtha tanker hit by suspected attack in Middle East

TAIPEI (Reuters) - An oil tanker carrying fuel from the Middle East for Taiwan's state oil refiner CPC Corp was suspected to have been attacked earlier on Thursday, the company said.

Business

Quick take: Gamuda shares boosted by contract win

KUALA LUMPUR: Gamuda Bhd is up over 1.4% in early trade Friday after the company announced it had won a RM521.7mil marine bridge contract in Taiwan.

Business

Trading ideas: Gamuda, BHIC, Eco World Development, Mah Sing

KUALA LUMPUR: Gamuda Bhd, Boustead Heavy Industries Corp Bhd (BHIC), Eco World Development Group Bhd, Eco World International Bhd (EWI) and Mah Sing Group Bhd are among the stocks to watch on Friday, according to JF Apex Research.

Business

Gamuda and Dong-Pi win RM522mil contract

KUALA LUMPUR: Gamuda Bhd and Taiwan’s Dong-Pi Construction Co Ltd have been awarded the construction contract for the Marine Bridge project at Guan Tang in Taiwan by state-owned oil and gas company CPC Corp Taiwan worth RM521.71mil.

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No one can 'obliterate' Taiwan's existence, president says on departure for U.S.

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Vowing that "no one can obliterate Taiwan's existence", President Tsai Ing-wen left on Sunday for the United States and two of its remaining diplomatic allies, amid pressure from China to try to stamp out references to the island internationally. 

Business

American oil fight to heat up as US keeps more for itself

SINGAPORE: The US is set to get a bit more possessive about its own oil, sparking a bidding war with eager buyers on the other side of the world.