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It took just 28 Chinese characters on an obscure social media platform to ignite a controversy that’s rattled the country’s tech industry.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's foreign minister arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday for talks aimed at overcoming a rift over the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul that led to bitter recriminations and a Saudi boycott of Turkish goods.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (May 9)
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Aeronautical Radio of Thailand (Aerothai) has adjusted down its estimates of total domestic and international air travel in 2021 to 323,093 flights, a 38 per cent drop from its 518,790 flights estimate at the start of the year.
TWO of the country’s top glove producers Supermax Corp Bhd and Hartalega Holdings Bhd released their latest quarterly blockbuster earnings this week, with both companies adding RM1bil in net profit each.
MARAN (Bernama): An unemployed man was charged at the Magistrate’s Court here on Wednesday (May 5) with murdering his own mother last week.
(Reuters) -Lyft Inc on Tuesday surprised Wall Street with significantly lower losses than expected and said it would deliver dependable profit on an adjusted basis beginning in the third quarter thanks to cost cuts that allow the company to earn more per ride.
NEW YORK: The semiconductor shortage has slashed vehicle production so much that rental-car companies can’t get the new cars they need, so they have resorted to buying used vehicles at auction.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Manchester United's Premier League match against Liverpool was postponed on Sunday after United fans forced their way into the stadium and stormed the Old Trafford pitch to protest against the club's owners - the Glazer family.
Thai finance ministry slashes GDP outlook over coronavirus return but March exports jump 15.8% y/y, current acc deficit narrows
Thailand's finance ministry has reduced its 2021 economic growth forecast for a second time this year to 2.3% from 2.8% growth, after a third wave of coronavirus infections struck the tourism-reliant nation this month.