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ANXIETIES are growing in South Korea that it will be caught in the middle of tensions between the world’s two most powerful countries, as Seoul comes under pressure from Washington to join US-led attempts to sideline China.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians will now be able to send "duit raya" to their family members through the e-wallet application Boost, despite being unable to celebrate Hari Raya together due to the interstate travel restrictions.
ANY festive season is not just a celebration but a reunion of families and loved ones spending quality time creating precious moments together.
AS one of the pioneering brands that introduced camera phones to the market, Samsung certainly understands the importance of photography, and it cleverly integrates that with its own technology for customers’ interests and needs.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Economic complementarity, lower shipping costs and the upcoming Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) will substantially expand bilateral trade between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations this year, experts and officials said on Wednesday (May 6).
SEOUL (AFP): The heir to the Samsung empire bowed in apology Wednesday (May 6) for company misconduct including a controversial plan for him to ascend to the leadership of the world's largest smartphone maker.
SYDNEY (Reuters): Asia's factory activity was ravaged in April, business surveys showed on Monday, and the outlook dimmed further as government restrictions on movement to contain the coronavirus outbreak froze global production and slashed demand.
HoONG KONG: Equity markets rallied Monday (April 27) as the rate of Covid-19 (coronavirus) deaths dropped in several badly hit countries and leaders stepped up plans to reopen their economies, though oil prices tumbled again with supply glut fears overshadowing output reductions.
HONG KONG: Oil fell to trade near US$16 a barrel as swelling global crude stockpiles made it more difficult for leading producers to balance the market by curbing output. Futures in New York slid as much as 10%, snapping a four-day gain