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ARE you tired of your child thinking that money grows on trees or magically appears from your wallet?
As the US insurance industry increasingly relies on artificial intelligence, its state-based regulators are thinking about how to ensure that the technology treats policyholders fairly.
NAIROBI, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Some parents in Kenya are applying for loans, others are shopping for new uniforms while a good number are scouting for schools for their children as the east African nation readies to reopen learning institutions next month after the COVID-19 disruption.
BIG changes are afoot in Indian agriculture, driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at considerable political risk. Freeing up farming markets may be as significant as dismantling industrial licences in 1991.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The young violinist holding a sign reading "Strike for Climate" on a Moscow square didn't have long to wait for the police to arrive. His one-man protest lasted just 30 minutes before he was detained this summer for the second Friday in a row.
From Prof Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria DR RAIS HUSSIN
CHINESE consumers are finally starting to spend again after the pandemic-induced slump, but the recovery is unbalanced and overly reliant on luxury goods, with poorer Chinese still cautious.
Months after Russia’s leading technology company ended a partnership with the country’s biggest bank, the two are heading for a showdown as they build rival ecosystems.
PETALING JAYA: Glomac Bhd expects its sales and financial performance to be sustained, backed by unbilled sales of RM660mil and the resumption of construction activities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer Glomac Bhd said it recorded RM50mil worth of new sales in the three months ended July 31, despite the movement control order (MCO).