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SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Walmart has sought court orders for police protection in protest-wracked Chile after more than 120 of its supermarkets were looted or burned.
KUALA LUMPUR: Successful exporters from various sectors were given their turns in the spotlight at the inaugural Export Excellence Awards 2019 (EEA 2019) Gala Night.Aimed at celebrating the achievements of Malaysia’s top exporters, the awards ceremony yesterday recognised excellence in 10 categories across different sectors and geographical regions.
LONDON: Two years ago, when the initial public offering of Saudi oil giant Aramco held the imagination of foreign investors, President Donald Trump felt compelled to publicly lobby for the share sale to happen in America.
LONDON (Reuters) - Short-term home rental company Airbnb Inc has joined the ranks of leading sponsors of the Olympic Games with a nine year deal to help provide accommodation for the world's biggest sporting event and cut the cost for host cities.
Ever-expanding Google becomes a gaming company Nov 19 with the launch of its Stadia cloud service that lets people play console-quality videogames on a web browser or smartphone.
PORTO ALEGRE (Reuters) - Gabriel Barbosa scored the winner from a first-half penalty and then was sent off 17 minutes from time as Flamengo beat Gremio 1-0 away from home on Sunday to take a huge step towards the Brazilian league title.
WASHINGTON: US and Chinese trade negotiators held "constructive discussions” in a phone call on Saturday to address each side’s core concerns of phase one of the trade deal.
KUALA TERENGGANU: Pahang police have joined their Sabah counterparts in calling for a review of the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill, decrying what they say is a lack of separation of powers for the investigative body.
Beijing’s integrationist vision and Hong Kong protestors’ demand for a Western-style democracy illustrate a central dichotomy which needs to be addressed.
The belief was that the ruling coalition (especially Umno) would win big in Kedah because of the three-cornered fight between Barisan, Pakatan Harapan and PAS. The perception was that PAS would split the opposition votes, benefitting Barisan.