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BRUSSELS, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- China continues to consolidate itself as the European Union's (EU) main trading partner and is the only country that has seen an increase in imports into the bloc during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Eurostat figures released on Friday.
JUBA, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- Sudanese business firms are eyeing lucrative investments in neighboring South Sudan, ten years after a bitter split in 2011 that could herald new trade relations and further strengthen bilateral and cultural ties.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia's medical glove makers face weeks of delays in delivering products to customers abroad due to a global shortage of shipping containers, hampering their ability to meet demand during the coronavirus crisis, industry officials said.
Indonesia records 12,800 Covid-19 cases in highest daily spike; govt to revise royalty rates on coal, gold in bid to boost revenue
JAKARTA, Jan 15 (Agencies): Indonesia reported 12,818 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 on Friday, a record single-day rise since the coronavirus outbreak in the South-East Asian country, bringing its total tally to 882,418.
BENGALURU: South Korea and Thailand led Asia's emerging stock markets lower on Friday, as investors looked to the implementation of the $1.9 trillion of U.S. fiscal stimulus, while Taiwan's dollar advanced even as the central bank tried to rein it in.
HANOI, Jan 14 (Vietnam News Agency/ANN): Trung An High-Tech Agriculture Joint Stock Company will export 1,600 tonnes of high-value fragrant rice to Singapore and Malaysia, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has announce.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 15 (The Star/ANN): Indonesia’s exports and trade surplus will continue to rise further as its biggest trading partner (China) is expected to bounce back strongly this year, according to a comment by ING on Friday.
PHNOM PENH, Jan 15 (Xinhua): Cambodia has launched a new national cassava policy aiming to boost the production and export of the cash crop.
KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil futures are headed for their steepest weekly drop in 11 months on concerns that demand from key buyers will dissipate as Malaysia reported a slump in export data.