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CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Tuesday ruled that the container ship which blocked the Suez Canal in March could continue to be held in the waterway, rejecting an appeal by its Japanese owner against its detention, a judicial source said.
Hainan Airlines, hit by Covid-19 and HNA Group restructuring, posts biggest-ever annual loss for a listed Chinese company
Haikou-based carrier reports a loss of US$9.9 billion for 2020Airline unprofitable this year too, reports first-quarter loss of 2.6 billion yuan
PETALING JAYA: The aerospace industry can rebound and regain pre-pandemic revenue levels as early as next year, says Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Wednesday (April 21)
MANILA (AFP): Seven members of a crew forced to abandon their cargo ship after it ran aground during a typhoon in the Philippines have been rescued and the bodies of four others found, authorities said Wednesday (April 21).
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Planemaker’s board faces new investor showdown despite share rally
Singaporean Minister for Transport Ong Ye Kung said on Monday that ensuring the safety of international trade arteries like the Straits of Malacca and Singapore remains a critical task and requires the collective effort of all stakeholder countries.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The world's top chess players are set to resume a tournament in Russia on Monday after it was abruptly halted more than a year ago because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organisers banking on safety measures to ensure its completion this time around.
China, Asia to fill bulk of surging US demand for goods in 2021 as global trade rebounds from coronavirus, WTO says
North America will drive demand in merchandise trade this year, with US imports set to rise by 11.4 per cent after tumbling 6.1 per cent last year, the World Trade Organization (WTO) saysMost demand for imports will be met by producers in China and across Asia, where exports are expected to grow by 8.4 per cent this year