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HONG KONG (Bloomberg): As China moves to neutralise Hong Kong's pro-democracy opposition, it is also giving the green light to a new political party that provides a window into how Beijing may change the territory in the years ahead.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Ant Group Co. could resume its plans for an initial public offering once problems are resolved, China’s central bank chief said, offering some relief to global investors seeking signs on what the future holds for the world’s largest fintech giant.
HONG KONG (AFP): Equity investors trod warily on Wednesday (Jan 27)as they weighed hopes for a long-term recovery against immediate worries over surging virus infections, mutated strains and slow vaccine rollouts.
LOS ANGELES: Plans may be afoot for the launch of streaming service Disney Plus in Malaysia. In the past few days verified accounts for the service appeared on Facebook and Instagram, though the Facebook one was subsequently taken offline.
PETALING JAYA: It was not the start to the new year the Malaysian Wushu Federation (MWF) were looking for when one of their exponents tested positive for Covid-19 upon returning to camp.
GEORGE TOWN: The state government wants to keep to the collective decision not to have processions for this year’s Thaipusam as it considers the safety of Penangites to be paramount, says Penang Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy.
Malaysians could soon have fresh pineapples sent directly from farms to their doorstep.
ROME: The Italian Treasury is starting to factor in a bigger hit to the country’s battered public finances this year as another extended lockdown holds back the recovery, according to a senior government official.
FRANKFURT: European banks probably failed to live up to US peers’ record fourth-quarter profits as they set aside more money for troubled loans and missed out on the rally in equities trading.
A former US ambassador wants Google to do to Telegram what it did to Parler.