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BEIJING: China’s vehicle inventory alert index, which reflects the inventory pressure on automobile dealers, rose 0.9 percentage points month-on-month in April, according to industrial data.
MUMBAI: Investors in India’s US$2.8 trillion (RM11.53 trillion) equity market are underestimating the economic impact from the world’s worst coronavirus outbreak, which will delay any recovery and could trigger a “correction” in stocks, according to the country’s top-performing fund manager.
Buying second-hand items has become somewhat trendy as more people warm up to the idea that there are gems to be discovered among upcycled and pre-loved goods.
Criminal hackers are increasingly using brazen methods to increase pressure on law enforcement agencies to pay ransoms, including leaking or threatening to leak highly sensitive and potentially life-threatening information.
Summary of business stories - OPR, Sime Darby Property, Malaysia Airlines, IHH Healthcare
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The death toll from a police raid on a drug gang in a poor Rio de Janeiro neighborhood on Thursday has risen to 28, civil police said on Friday, the deadliest operation ever carried out by the security forces in the Brazilian city.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two drug smugglers spent RM6,000 each to install hidden compartments inside their cars to throw police off the scent during a roadblock.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened slightly higher against the US dollar on Friday after Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) maintained interest rate at 1.75 per cent, signalling Malaysia's economic recovery is on track, dealers said.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -At least 25 people were killed in a shootout between suspected drug traffickers and police in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday, one of the state's deadliest police raids, police said.
Law enforcement agencies across the US have used facial recognition technology to solve homicides and bust human traffickers, but concern about its accuracy and the growing pervasiveness of video surveillance is leading some state lawmakers to hit the pause button.