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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday he expects that by the third quarter the Mexican economy will reach pre-pandemic levels, after gross domestic product contracted by some 8.5% last year driven by pandemic-related fallout.
(Reuters) - Japan is set to lower its state of emergency measures against the COVID-19 pandemic in the capital, Tokyo, and much of the country, with just over a month remaining until the start of the Summer Olympics on July 23.
BEIJING: China is hoping for the U.S. to remove punitive tariffs on its goods, with a commerce ministry researcher arguing it’s in America’s best interest to do so as worries over inflation mount.
Standard Chartered seeking to service clients across their life cycles, from affluent to ultra-high net worth customers, as part of wealth push in AsiaThe bank added more than 400,000 new clients in its affluent business in the 12 months ended in March
Bank Negara Malaysia and the Bank of Thailand (BOT) had on Friday launched a cross-border QR payment linkage between both countries.
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.
The columnist explains the interesting physics and chemistry behind the appearance of tears or legs in a glass of wine.
AT the Institute of Transport Infrastructure for Smart Mobility (ITI) in Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP), researchers look at transport in the most general sense as the movement of people and commodities through roads, railways, airways and waterways in urban/suburban, or plantation, agriculture and offshore settings to access required services and facilities. Given the pressing demands for sustainability, this movement has to now take into account several factors.
NEW YORK: Crude oil prices fell nearly 2% from their highest level in years on Thursday as the dollar strengthened after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled it might raise interest rates as soon as 2023.
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.