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THE bombardment of commentaries about the economic outlook and policy implications from this week’s annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank will most likely coalesce around three big themes.
Malaysia needs to innovate in the face of Covid-19-ignited changing landscape
Countries must be prepared to face losses and other challenges as US-led economic decoupling is fast gaining pace
Most multinational companies not leaving Middle Kingdom
Business as usual is dead. What shaped economic analysis and policy over the last forty years has failed us. We need urgent structural rather than incremental reform.
SINGAPORE: Oil pipelines, hotels, convenience stores and automaker bonds are among the assets being bought by some of the world’s biggest asset managers as they look for value in a world thrown into turmoil by the coronavirus pandemic.
BEIJING: China has taken a series of measures to further open its manufacturing sector to overseas companies, which has significantly boosted foreign investors’ confidence in the nation’s gigantic market and attracted more overseas investments, experts said.
LONDON: China imported more aluminium than it exported in July. This is a very rare phenomenon. China, after all, is the world's largest producer of the light metal, accounting for 57% of global output in the same month, according to the International Aluminium Institute.
AS THE world rapidly transforms, are we in illusion or denial? Reality does not feel real whenever we switch on CNN to watch the reality show coming out of the White House. Those who hope for some normalcy will have to wait till November when the American voters decide.