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Oil prices ticked up on Tuesday after strong Chinese import data but markets broadly shrugged off Middle East tensions which have so far not disrupted oil supply.
PUTRAJAYA: Twelve more people have died due to Covid-19 in Malaysia, taking the country's death toll to 1,345.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's trade surplus is expected to narrow in March, as imports rose before the Muslim fasting month, even as exports continued to benefit from higher commodity prices, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.
SHANGHAI: China stocks ended lower on Tuesday, extending losses into a third day on weakness in financials and consumer discretionary shares, as robust trade data added to investor concerns that authorities could begin to tighten policy.
BEIJING: China's exports grew at a robust pace in March in yet another boost to the nation's economic recovery as global demand picks up amid progress in worldwide COVID-19 vaccination, while import growth surged to the highest in four years.BEIJING: China's exports in March rose 30.6% from a year earlier, lagging expectations but still showing robust growth, while imports jumped a faster-than-expected 38.1%, customs data showed on Tuesday.
KLUANG: The Primary Industry and Commodities Ministry will focus on selling Malaysian palm oil to east Asia and the Middle East after receiving high demand for the commodity from several countries of the two region, says Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Jeck Seng.
PUTRAJAYA: Four more people in Malaysia have succumbed to Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, taking the country’s death toll up to 1,333.
Thanaleng Dry Port (TDP) and Vientiane Logistics Park (VLP) offer great investment opportunities because investors can enjoy various tax incentives and other benefits, the project developer has told Australian and Canadian diplomats.
China-Australia relations: is Canberra taking a ‘less combative’ stance with Beijing despite tensions?
China and Australia have had no ministerial-level contact for the past year after a fallout that started over calls for an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus and spiralled into a broad trade conflictBut comments from Prime Minister Scott Morrison suggest Canberra could be looking to tread a ‘middle path’ with China that diverges somewhat from the interests of its allies, in particular, the United States