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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Queensland Reds' rivalry with the ACT Brumbies has breathed new life into Australian rugby this year and raised hopes for a classic final in Brisbane on Saturday.
DRIVEN by the Covid-19 pandemic, numerous new players in the country are getting into glove manufacturing. Many of these are by public companies whose announcements have attracted a fair bit of investor interest, considering the bumper profits the large players have been reporting since last year.
A GOOD insight into the rubber glove sector and its outlook can be gleaned from two reports recently produced on the sector. They can be found in the prospectus of Top Glove Corp Bhd’s Hong Kong listing and the draft prospectus of Harps Holdings Bhd, which is going for a listing on Bursa Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mr DIY Group (M) Bhd’s net profit more than doubled to RM124.79mil in the first quarter ended March 31, 2021 (1Q21), from RM58.46mil in the same period a year ago.
LONDON (Reuters) - Talks between Britain and the European Union on post-Brexit trade to Northern Ireland have seen some positive momentum but difficult issues remain, UK negotiator David Frost told his EU counterpart late on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will continue its legal action against Britain over the latter's unilateral action in Northern Ireland and said only jointly agreed solutions to trading issues were acceptable.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Parliament's committees on relations with Britain on Thursday voted overwhelmingly in favour of the post-Brexit trade and cooperation agreement, clearing the path to its final ratification.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Britain has asked for more time to respond to legal action taken by the European Union over its unilateral decision to ease requirements of the Northern Ireland Protocol, Ireland's RTE television reported on Wednesday.
Several nights' of frost last week have threatened to decimate grape harvests in some of the country's best-known and prestigious wine-producing regions.
LONDON (Reuters) - Talks between Britain and the European Union on part of their Brexit deal which governs trade with Northern Ireland are constructive but there are still differences on how to overcome issues that have triggered violence in the British province.