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KUALA LUMPUR/ JAKARTA: Asean foreign ministers will discuss excluding Myanmar junta chief Min Aung Hlaing from an upcoming summit at a meeting on Friday, sources told Reuters, as pressure builds on the ruling military to comply with an agreed peace roadmap.
Exports to be supported by recovering global demand
A U.S. solar group seeking import tariffs on panels made by Chinese companies in Southeast Asia has refused a request by federal trade officials to reveal its members' identities, citing fears of retaliation by Beijing, according to a document the group filed with the Commerce Department on Wednesday.
LONDON: The Bank of England will no longer hold off-the-record briefings between policymakers and individual private sector firms, it told Reuters on Wednesday, as scrutiny over the links between central banks and finance grows.
NEW YORK: Federal Reserve (Fed) vice-chairman for supervision Randal Quarles will be removed from his role as the main watchdog of Wall Street lenders after his title officially expires this week.
MOSCOW: Fresh from crowing over Europe’s gas crisis, Russian president Vladimir Putin now sees a chance to capitalise on it.
LONDON: Britain’s economy will retain deep scars long after the pandemic has passed, slowing growth and adding to the strain on the public finances, a major report ahead of the government’s budget concluded.
LONDON: Two Bank of England (BoE) officials moved to reinforce signals of an imminent rise in United Kingdom interest rates to curb inflation, with one telling households to brace for a “significantly earlier” increase than previously thought.
LONDON: China has won the artificial intelligence battle with the United States and is heading towards global dominance because of its technological advances, the Pentagon's former software chief told the Financial Times.