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TOKYO, Jan 15 (Reuters): Oil prices fell on Friday as concerns about Chinese cities in lockdown due to coronavirus outbreaks tempered a rally driven by strong import data from the world's biggest crude importer and US. plans for a large stimulus package
PETALING JAYA: The Court of Appeal has ruled that the six gibbons confiscated by the National Parks and Wildlife Department (Perhilitan) from a rehabilitation project site last year will remain under their custody, pending the hearing of the matter at the Federal Court.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An official petition to Australian lawmakers urging them to exempt international students from border closures has received nearly 3,000 signatures, citing "bad quality" online lessons and lack of schooling for some.
SEOUL, Jan 15 (Xinhua): South Korea continued to face economic uncertainty over the COVID-19 resurgence here, a government report said on Friday.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Thursday that the Fed should be careful not to prematurely discuss an exit from ultra-easy monetary policy as the U.S. economy is "far from" the central bank's goals.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- Initial jobless claims in the United States soared to 965,000 last week, indicating severe disruption to the labor market recovery by COVID-19 spikes, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The strategy for national development under the BCG Model – bio-economy, circular economy and Green economy – was approved by the BCG committee on Wednesday (Jan 13).
PRAGUE/ZURICH (Reuters) - Trudging through snow while interviewing someone is just another day at the office for Prague-based recruiter Blake Wittman who has embraced new tactics to gain an edge during a pandemic that has roiled Europe's hiring market.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Paul Chan, financial secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government, said Wednesday (Jan 13) that the Chinese mainland will continue to be the strongest support for Hong Kong's economy.