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PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday dismissed a threat from the European Union (EU) to halt special trade privileges with the Southeast Asian country over human rights, saying Britain's exit from the bloc will ease the pain of sanctions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The funds that won big from Asia’s worst-performing major equity market placed their bets on technology stocks.
(Reuters) - The South Pacific archipelago of Bougainville on Wednesday overwhelmingly voted to become independent of Papua New Guinea, becoming the world's latest territory to seek secession.
Hanoi: The billionaire behind six-month-old Vietnamese auto startup VinFast plans a feat even Toyota Motor Corp and Hyundai Motor Co couldn’t pull off during their early days: sell a car in the United States.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Roxana Gonzalez, a bookshop owner in Buenos Aires, has a plea for new Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, who takes over power on Tuesday amid the pressures of recession, heavy debt and inflation.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission plans a carbon border tax aimed at shielding European steel producers and other energy-intensive industries against cheaper imports from countries with less strict climate policies.
Pham Nhat Vuong, the South-East Asian country’s richest man and now in charge of the new automaker, is so intent on exporting electric vehicles to the lucrative American market in 2021 that he’s plowing as much as US$2bil of his own fortune to reach that goal, a feat even Toyota Motor Corp. and Hyundai Motor couldn’t pull off during their early days.
JAKARTA: The Indonesian government says the European Union’s tariffs on the Asian nation’s biodiesel shipments are "unacceptable” and all options to counter the policy are on the table, including retaliatory actions.
PHNOM PENH:The Cambodian government has expressed "strong dismay" over a US Treasury decision to sanction two businessmen suspected of corruption and illegal logging.
A Foreign Ministry statement said Tuesday that the sanctions were based on groundless accusations.
HO CHI MINH CITY (ANN): Vietnam's fisheries exports are unlikely to meet the US$10bil target set by the Government for this year because of the multiple challenges like the US-China trade war, lack of demand and increasing competition.