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COLOMBO (Reuters) - China's state-run Aerospace Long-March International Trade Co (ALIT) on Friday rejected Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena's allegation of misappropriating 2 billion rupees (£8.8 million) in a deal to work on the construction of South Asia's tallest tower.
TWENTY-four participants took part in the 12th International Base Jump at the Gua Damai Extreme Park in Batu Caves, Gom
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison are set to release a plan on Friday aimed at securing the supply of rare earth minerals, a senior administration official said, as concerns grow that China could cut off shipments of the prized commodities.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - A Sri Lankan parliamentary panel will investigate an allegation of corruption against a Chinese company contracted to work on the construction of South Asia's tallest tower.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Extending the lifespan of smartphones by just one year would significantly reduce carbon emissions in the European Union, a report from environmental groups said on Wednesday, urging new EU rules to make electronics last longer.
KUALA LUMPUR: Industrial space solutions provider AME Elite Consortium Bhd is issuing 85.4 million new shares to the public under its proposed listing on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities.
SINGAPORE: Confidence among companies in Asia lifted slightly in the September quarter from 10-year lows, but most firms do not plan on hiring or expect business to pick up as they see a risk of a global recession looming, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey found.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd (PetChem) rose over 3.3% iin early trade Tuesday on the back of its entry into specialty chemicals.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's exports in August shrank for the sixth straight month, but the drop was less than analyst forecasts, official data showed on Tuesday.
SHANGHAI: China stocks started the week on a mixed note after bleak economic data reinforced hopes Beijing will roll out more stimulus to underpin the economy and as investors pondered over the latest developments in the Sino-U.S. tariff war.