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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Valentina Chupik, a human rights lawyer who operates a hotline for migrants in Russia, said she has been detained at a Moscow airport after the country's security service revoked her refugee status.
JUST about a week ago, the National Property Information Centre (Napic) released statistics on the performance of the property market for the first half (H1) of 2021.
REMEMBER the “zero inflation” campaign in the mid-1990s? It took place when the Malaysian economy witnessed consistently high levels of gross domestic product (GDP) growth, as well as declining inflation, unemployment rate and debt-to-GDP.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's widening wealth gap has emerged as a key issue in a ruling party leadership contest that will decide who becomes the next prime minister, with candidates forced to reassess the legacy of former premier Shinzo Abe's "Abenomics" policies.
The decaying dinosaur toys outside the abandoned theme park tell the tale of grand ambition, waste and troubles facing the long-ruling party of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
KEPALA BATAS: Business operators heave a sigh of relief now that several sectors are allowed to reopen after more than five months of being shuttered.
(Reuters) - Nearly four in five electronics manufacturers say that it has become harder to find qualified workers, compounding problems from an ongoing chip shortage and causing delays in shipping products, a trade group representing them said on Thursday.
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): The amount of tax owed by the Kedah Football Association to the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) has risen to RM10mil, the state legislative assembly sitting was told on Thursday (Sept 23).
Russian e-commerce giant Wildberries defended its decision to pay certain employees based on the speed they worked, a move which has angered their workers.