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HANOI: Vietnam's ruling Communist Party gathers for its first national congress since 2016 later on Monday with a mission to select new leaders and shape policy for the next five years.
As we usher in the new year, it is always filled with hope and aspirations that our nation’s leaders will take heed of the signals that have been sent to them to correct what is wrong, to drive the nation forward, to work together for the betterment of all Malaysians
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia-India palm oil issue has taken a new twist. Amidst the call by an Indian trade association for importers to shun palm oil from Malaysia, a political body in South India has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi government not to reduce palm oil imports from Malaysia.
Dubai: Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell’s every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.Dubai: Investors will be hanging on Jerome Powell’s every word this week for clues as to whether the current nervousness gripping emerging markets is justified.
New Delhi: India’s central bank governor Shaktikanta Das has built up support on both sides of the political divide, making his position relatively safe under a new government no matter who wins the election.
GLOBAL growth is expected to moderate in 2019 with risks skewed to the downside as investors attuned to the US-China trade war, uncertainty on China’s growth, the US Fed rate hike aggressiveness, global monetary policy tightening with central banks taking a step back from their long-standing market support from the very low interest rates for nearly a decade and emerging market debt noises.
PETALING JAYA: China's gradual shift away from the manufacturing sector towards a more consumer- and service-driven model could give emerging markets the opportunity to fulfil the export demand for manufactured products.
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa spends too much time debating populist issues such as the proposed nationalisation of the central bank, instead of focusing on steps to boost the economy, Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago said.
JOHANNESBURG: For years, brothers Ajay, Atul and Rajesh Gupta were ranked among South Africa’s most prominent businessmen and socialised with the ruling elite, including their friend, then-President Jacob Zuma.