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TOKYO: Oil prices fell on Monday after Iran described emergency talks on a multi-party nuclear agreement with a group of signatories as "constructive", suggesting an easing of tensions in the Middle East.
HONG KONG: Social unrest gripping Hong Kong has affected the city’s economy and businesses, and the unemployment rate is likely to rise from current levels, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said in a blog post.
ANY company involved with import and export knows that drastic forex fluctuations and price uncertainties are not good for business. This is especially true for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which often face cash flow and margin challenges.
THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) may have identified China as having more to lose in the US-China trade war, but the real loser is the world which has become economically more dependent on China.
CHINA’S campaign to boost loans to small firms was supposed to support the economy during its biggest slowdown in decades, but banks’ reluctance to lend has left exporters and manufacturers in its southern industrial belt struggling to pay the bills.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: A beneficiary of the ongoing US-China trade war, Chin Well Holdings Bhd will ramp up output of its industrial fastener products to 120,000 tonnes from 105,000 tonnes for the financial year ending June 30, 2020, to cater to rising demand.