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Indonesia's exports surged in March due to higher commodity prices and rebounding global demand, while imports also grew by more than expected last month as domestic manufacturing activity improved, officials statistics bureau data have showed.
After humbling superstar Phelps, Singapore's swimming star Schooling seeks another shock at Tokyo Olympics
Singapore's Joseph Schooling famously upset the great Michael Phelps to win Olympic gold but he said "my biggest rival is myself" as he bids to return to form at the Tokyo Games.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue its current momentum into next week, with the key index to move in a tight range amid cautious market sentiment.
Bursa Malaysia is expected to continue its current momentum into this week, with the key index to move in a tight range amid cautious market sentiment.
Should businesses scale back on Zoom meetings? Experts weigh in.
As Malaysia aspires to be a high-tech nation by 2030, we need to double our allocation for experimental development or translational research efforts so that we can register outcomes similar to nations like South Korea, Japan and Denmark which will also increase our gross domestic product (GDP).
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (April 17)
The US Treasury Department on Friday said Vietnam, Switzerland and Taiwan tripped its thresholds for possible currency manipulation under a 2015 US trade law, but refrained from formally branding them as manipulators.
Indonesia's central bank is expected leave its key policy rate unchanged at a record low for the rest of the year to support an economic recovery, while trying to maintain financial market stability, a Reuters poll has showed.
The Bank of Thailand has responded to the US decision to keep the nation on watch for currency manipulation by asserting it has stepped into the market only to curb volatility in the baht.