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KUALA LUMPUR: PIE Industrial Bhd's earnings recovery is expected to continue over the coming quarter following a a 9MFY19 result that came in within expectations, says Kenanga research.
SINGAPORE: The Thai baht’s reign as Asia’s best-performing currency is coming under threat from an unlikely source: South Korea’s won.
Airbus, Boeing are counting on a wave of demand for replacement planes early next decade
NOT many crops can rival the kind of glamour and interest that is generated by large-scale commercially grown durians.
Over the past 25 years, developing nations have made huge gains in the fight against poverty.
CHINA hawks are chastising President Donald Trump’s “phase one” trade deal because it focuses on increasing US exports while ignoring Beijing’s subsidies for favoured industries. Instead of seeking to coerce China into abandoning policies that both sides agree benefit its economy, the US should seek to emulate them.
NEW YORK: The strength of the US consumer has been often cited as a pillar of the economy and one of the reasons the S&P 500 has recently scaled new heights, but consumer discretionary stocks have skipped the party for several months.
A STARTUP backed by Singapore’s state investment firm is trying to make staying cool in the tropics a little greener.
FRIDGES across Europe and the US are filled with almond drinks, oat milk and plant-based meat substitutes. So where’s the imitation cheese? Until it starts to taste more like the real thing, it’s likely to stay out of the kitchen.
THE push to go cashless will be a boon for payment platform Billplz. With merchants having to offer more digital payment options to their customers, chief executive officer Nazroof Hakim says the company is barely scratching the surface of the payments market.Billplz currently processes about RM2mil to RM3mil a day on its platform and the amount is expected to increase as the market grows.