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CHARIGUE, Argentina (Reuters) - Gustavo Alcides Diaz, an Argentine fisherman and hunter from a river island community, is at home on the water. The Parana River once lapped the banks near his wooden stilt home that he could reach by boat. Fish gave him food and income. He purified river water to drink.
KUALA LUMPUR: CGS-CIMB Equities Research has lowered the earnings outlook for Supermax Corporation Bhd and slashed the target price to RM2.16 from RM3.20 after the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced it will seize all of its products that enter US ports.
KUALA LUMPUR: Agrobank successfully priced its inaugural RM500mil Sukuk Wakalah programme based on the Islamic principle of Wakalah Bi Al-Istithmar on Oct 18.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Spotify is planning to hire hundreds of staff to boost its advertising sales in Europe and elsewhere, as the music streaming service looks to increase revenue from customers who don't pay a monthly fee but make up the bulk of its user base.
Philippines announces that Malaysia remains as one of its top trading partners and investment sources
Malaysia remains one of the top trading partners and investment sources of the Philippines, its Secretary of Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Ramon M. Lopez said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lower occupancy rate at gateway@klia2 mall and retail closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic have weakened Segi Astana Sdn Bhd’s credit profile resulting in Malaysian Rating Corporation (MARC) downgrading the company’s debt notes.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (Oct 14)
HANOI (Vietnam/Asia News Network): World Bank continued to lower Vietnam’s GDP growth forecast for this year to 2-2.5 per cent in its October 2021 Vietnam Macro Monitoring.
KUALA LUMPUR: Osteoarthritis patients now have the option of using a transdermal patch to relieve their pain.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): For months now on Friday nights, Hong Kong's Lan Kwai Fong district looks just like how it was pre-pandemic: bars and pubs opening their doors till 4am to local and expat party-goers donned in costumes and hats and dancing to live performances, while chatter fills up restaurants that can now sit up to 12 customers a table.