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MELBOURNE: Australia has passed legislation that could set a precedent for who pays to clean up the fossil fuel industry in Asia, making former owners of oil and gas fields responsible for the costs of dismantling facilities if later owners fail.
THERMAL coal’s rally to 13-year high in Asia has done little to dampen overall demand, but the region is increasingly becoming split between those countries willing and able to pay high prices, and those who are cutting now unaffordable imports
NEW DELHI: India’s Future Retail on Saturday filed a new case against Amazon.com Inc at the Supreme Court in its latest effort to seek clearance for its US$3.4bil (RM14.26bil) retail assets sale, which the United States firm has challenged.
NEW DELHI: Amazon.com Inc and Walmart’s Flipkart must face antitrust investigations ordered against them in India, the country’s Supreme Court ruled, in a blow to the leading e-commerce giants which had urged judges to quash the inquiries.
LIMA: Peru's new Prime Minister Guido Bellido said that the state plans to participate in key industries, including natural gas and new hydroelectric projects, under a new leftist administration.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd (MMHE) has been ordered to pay RM28.03mil to Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company Sdn Bhd (KPOC) over their dispute regarding an oil rig project off north Sabah in 2014.
VANCOUVER: Lawyers making a final push to convince a Canadian court not to recommend the extradition of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou on Wednesday called into question the reliability of information provided by the United States in its extradition request.
WITH the accounting saga related to Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd remaining unresolved, it is no surprise that the company’s share price remains depressed.