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Senate Finance Committee hearing reflects bipartisan support for talks regarding the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific PartnershipTai faces backlash for her backing of a proposal to waive coronavirus vaccine patent protections
The hukou system has been accused of creating two classes of people – urban and ruralBut it is now much easier for people to choose where they want to live and work
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks rallied in a sharp rebound on Friday as investors set aside inflation worries and bought shares hammered by the week's volatility, with the shift back into riskier assets dragging on the dollar.
A year ago, Datuk Chong Sin Woon was appointed chairman of the Port Klang Authority. He sat down recently to talk about how he handled this appointment that came at very short notice.
I FIRST visited China in 1974 during the disruptive cultural revolution. What I saw then, especially in rural China (incidence of rural poverty, I was told, being 99%) really made me appreciate the good life – even as we knew it then – we already had in Malaysia. Not unlike the rest of the world, ending absolute poverty has been a China dream for centuries.
TOKYO: Japan's economy is set to grow much slower than previously hoped this quarter, hobbled by extended emergency measures put in place to halt a rise in coronavirus infections, a Reuters poll showed.
BENGALURU: The economic growth outlook for the euro zone this year is unchanged from last month, which was the lowest expected rate since early in the pandemic, a Reuters poll showed, while inflationary pressures were seen lagging the United States.
NEW YORK: U.S. shares rebounded on Thursday after falling for three consecutive days and benchmark Treasury yields dipped, as investors snapped up stocks that would benefit from an economic recovery and shrugged off worries about rising prices, for now.
LONDON (Reuters) - It's rare for German elections to be exciting, market-moving events but the one on Sept. 26 may prove the exception if its outcome completes the transformation of a nation long wedded to austerity into a big spender.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks suffered the biggest slump in at least 11 weeks on Wednesday and benchmark Treasury yields jumped after data showed consumer prices in April unexpectedly rose by the highest level in nearly 12 years, prompting bets on earlier interest rate hikes.