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(Reuters) - Germany's southern state of Bavaria is in talks with Intel to build a European chip factory in a bid to counter supply bottlenecks that have hampered production in the automotive sector, the local economy minister said on Friday.
(Corrects to Subaru Corp in paragraph 1, not Subaru Motor)
Bank Indonesia left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a record low, sustaining its support for a pandemic-hit economy and saying it’s prepared to weather any volatility from the US Federal Reserve’s more hawkish message overnight.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia closed higher on Friday, underpinned by gains in semiconductor-related companies while late buying of Tenaga Nasional and plantations boosted the FBM KLCI.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese corporate giants are joining the nation's COVID-19 vaccination effort ahead of the Olympic Games as the government struggles to meet its inoculation targets amid fears of a resurgence of infections.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Harvard University's endowment fund thanked a Japanese government adviser for advice, the industry minister said on Friday, in response to a probe that found a government adviser was involved in putting pressure on the fund.
Restrictions are needed but full US-China tech decoupling isn’t wise, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says
‘If we are too broad in our policies we can lose the benefits that come from having globally integrated technology systems,’ she tells US lawmakersYellen also says she hopes China will join in G7 plan for minimum global corporate tax rate
KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has launched e-Payroll, an enhancement of the i-Akaun (employer) portal, as it leverages on digital technology to help facilitate employers’ statutory obligations, including EPF contribution.
WASHINGTON/LONDON Wall Street was broadly under pressure on Thursday and European shares fell for the first time in two weeks on hawkish signals from the U.S. Federal Reserve, even as U.S. technology stocks notched gains.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Thursday proposed a 25% tax credit for investments in semiconductor manufacturing as Congress works to increase U.S. chip production.