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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (Jan 16)
Cambodia's trade with Japan extends growth in 2021; another 10 Omicron cases reported on Sunday (Jan 15)
Bilateral trade volume between Cambodia and Japan topped US$1.700 billion in 2021, marking a small increase of 0.49 per cent from more than US$1.692 billion a year earlier, according to preliminary data from the Ministry of Commerce.
China inflation: easing consumer, factory-gate price pressure opens door for Beijing to support slowing economy
China’s improving consumer and factory-gate inflation outlook will leave more room for easing monetary policy in the coming months, with next week’s headline growth rate figures set to confirm the anticipated slowdown.
For the uninitiated: The digital currency is a form of money that's created and tracked in cyberspace by means of blockchain technology, which could best be described as a digital ledger.
The ringgit is likely to trend higher this week in the range of RM4.16 to RM4.17, with the market adopting a cautious stance prior to Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) economic assessment on Thursday (Jan 20).
The majority of Jamaicans will be using digital currency within five years, as its central banks will roll out e-money by the first quarter of this year.
WASHINGTON: U.S. retail sales dropped by the most in 10 months in December, likely the result of Americans starting their holiday shopping in October to avoid empty shelves at stores.
THE purchase of the Bangunan KWSP at Changkat Raja Chulan in Kuala Lumpur by Time dotCom Bhd may be an indicator of the current times.
TO get some quick insights into how green financing will impact the business world, StarBizWeek posed questions to a variety of experts in the field. They are Nik Shahrizal Sulaiman of PwC Malaysia, Arina Kok of Ernst & Young Consulting Sdn Bhd, Phang Oy Cheng of KPMG Malaysia and Justin Ong of Deloitte Malaysia.