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KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Investment Bank Research has upgraded the Malaysian petrochemical sector from neutral to positive on cheap valuations with buy calls on Petronas Chemicals and Lotte Chemicals Titan.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian skateboarders finished one-two in the female category of the Street League World Championships on Sunday, a result that moved them closer to a place at Tokyo 2020 and confirmed Brazil’s eminence in one of the newest Olympic events.
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A veteran journalist believes it could happen if Indonesians politicians don’t learn from past episodes of communal violence.
Li Ka-Shing has come under fire for his remarks on violent anti-government protests in
the Special Administrative Region.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China and former Taiwan ally the Solomon Islands established diplomatic ties on Saturday in a sign of Beijing's growing influence in the Pacific that has angered Washington, with a top Chinese diplomat saying the time was almost up for the rest of Taiwan's friends.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba is deploying oxen to replace tractors, using wood instead of gas at many state bakeries and advising citizens to save electricity by making the most of daylight as it grapples with an acute fuel shortage amid U.S. sanctions.
Renewable energy seems to be the buzzword these days. Everybody have a view on renewable energy, whether it is solar, bio-diesel or hydro. They all seem to think that it is good that Malaysia is talking about renewable energy in a big way.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition parties start marathon talks on Thursday to agree a landmark climate action plan designed to help Europe's biggest economy meet its CO2 emission reduction targets by 2030.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Refinery outages in Saudi Arabia following weekend attacks on its oil facilities could deal a blow to the shipping industry's preparations for the biggest switch in fuel standards in decades.