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SAN FRANCISCO: Scooter-sharing service Lime is considering further cuts to its workforce in the US as sales and scooter trips plummeted with the coronavirus pandemic
DUBAI: With the world in the grip of one of the biggest risk sell-offs since the 2008 global financial crisis, more coronavirus-fueled declines in emerging markets may only be tempered by the prospect of coordinated central bank action or even large fiscal stimulus.
Malaysia is raising tax revenue from its large informal economy. But how much can it reap?
LONDON: Britain's biggest retailer Tesco, which is reviewing its operations in Malaysia and Thailand, has completed its exit from China with the 275 million pound (US$357 million) sale of its joint venture stake to state-run partner China Resources Holdings (CRH).
NEW YORK: Stocks across the globe fell by the most since mid-2016 on Monday and oil prices tumbled as a jump in coronavirus cases outside of China drove investors to the perceived safety of gold and government bonds on fears of the impact on the global economy.
IT is that time of the year again when the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) declares its dividend to its 14.59 million contributors.
FRESH from their worst month since August, emerging-market stocks and currencies are headed for more tumult as investors weigh the economic shocks from the coronavirus outbreak. FRESH from their worst month since August, emerging-market stocks and currencies are headed for more tumult as investors weigh the economic shocks from the coronavirus outbreak.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia’s shadow economy accounts for 21% of gross domestic product (GDP) and amounts to an estimated RM300bil, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Board and shareholder developments indicate move to unlock value