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LONDON: The scale of Boris Johnson's election victory on Thursday may be enough to draw back billions of pounds of investment that have sidestepped UK stocks for years over Brexit, mirroring the U.S. market surge seen after Donald Trump's election three years ago.
StarBizWeek recently met up with Mida chairman Datuk Abdul Majid Ahmad Khan, who was the former Malaysian ambassador to China.
THIS a follow-up on my previous column on Nov 30 reviewing the world in 2019 and assessing its outlook for 2020.
TAIPEI: Taiwan's Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) airline has announced that it was ceasing all international and domestic flights from Friday (DEc 13) after falling a million US dollars short in loan repayments to banks.
BEIJING: China will focus on economic stability in 2020, maintaining its proactive fiscal policy and prudent monetary policy to ensure high-quality growth, a statement issued after the annual Central Economic Work Conference said on Thursday.
SINGAPORE (ANN): Gross domestic product (GDP) is likely to expand 1.3% next year from an expected 0.5% this year, noted the Japanese investment bank yesterday.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The head of Canada's main opposition Conservatives quit on Thursday after losing an October election to Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, leaving the party in search of a more effective leader.
Beijing: China’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth is expected to be about 6% in 2020, The Beijing News said quoting the latest report from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS).
Only a few days after Nintendo Co’s Switch made its long-anticipated entry into China, one analyst is making a bullish case for Mario and Zelda’s prospects in the world’s biggest gaming arena.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives approved on Wednesday a $738 billion (£575.21 billion) defence policy bill providing the first paid family leave for all federal workers and the creation of a Space Force, a top military priority for President Donald Trump.