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BEIJING, Jan 2 (Xinhua): As the world bid adieu to an extraordinary and extremely difficult year largely defined by a once-in-a-century pandemic, world leaders have conveyed hope that 2021 will see positive changes, and urged people to be more prepared for the challenges ahead.
PETALING JAYA: After strengthening by 9% against the US dollar in the past nine months, the ringgit is about to get stronger.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today as the greenback strengthened following encouraging news of the US COVID-19 stimulus deal.
Cambodia: 1 dead, 33 hospitalised after drinking tainted wine; woman arriving from US Covid-19 positive
PHNOM PENH, Nov 29 (Xinhua): One villager died and 33 others had been hospitalized in central Cambodia's Kampong Chhnang province on Saturday (Nov 27) after drinking locally-made rice wine, which was suspicious of containing high levels of methanol, Health Ministry's spokeswoman Or Vandine said.
SHANGHAI, Nov 23 (Reuters): Asian shares rose on Monday, pushing a broad regional index to a record high as investors pinned their hopes for economic revival on coronavirus vaccines, even as the world contends with surging case numbers and delays to fresh US stimulus.
NEW YORK: The number of coronavirus cases in the United States crossed the 11-million mark on Sunday reaching yet another grim milestone, according to a Reuters tally, as the third wave of COVID-19 infections surged across the country.
LONDON: It was Andrew Swiger, the chief financial officer at Exxon Mobil Corp, who summarised the attitude of the whole industry after Big Oil ended reporting another dismal set of quarterly earnings: “Prices will have to rise.”
HOW’S this for a first world problem? Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in Australia, my household has been finding it unexpectedly difficult to spend all of our wages. Perhaps it shouldn’t be so surprising.
Xinhua, Sept 23 - China resolutely rejects the "baseless accusation" against it and opposes "political virus, " said China's permanent representative to the United Nations Zhang Jun on Tuesday following US President Donald Trump's criticism of China's handling of COVID-19 at the UN General Assembly.