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France and the United States agreed on Jan 23 on how to press ahead with a global rewrite of cross-border tax rules for the digital era.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Wrapping up even a "bare bones" deal on the future relationship between the European Union and Britain will be fraught with complexity and, with so little time to get it done, a painful "hard" Brexit on Dec. 31 cannot be ruled out, diplomats said.
HONG KONG (AFP): Investor nerves over the spread of a deadly new virus from China hammered Asian equities and oil benchmarks on Thursday (Jan 23), as authorities moved to contain the disease.
A letter from JAMARI MOHTAR and ALISSA AZIZI, EMIR Research, Kuala Lumpur
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's president told European powers on Wednesday not to copy the United States by undermining Tehran's strained nuclear pact with world powers, and said Tehran would not seek nuclear weapons whether or not the deal survived.
TAIPEI: Taiwan’s Pegatron Corp plans to set up production facilities in Vietnam, according to people familiar with the matter, becoming the latest Apple Inc assembly partner to establish a presence in the South-East Asian nation as they diversify beyond China.
SYDNEY: Asian shares took a sudden turn for the worse on Tuesday as mounting concerns about a new strain of coronavirus in China sent a ripple of risk aversion through markets.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Global Economics and Markets Research is cautiously optimistic about the outlook for Malaysia as some early signs of a turnaround have emerged despite concerns of waning growth momentum and persistent downside risks.
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo and Serbia agreed on Monday to launch direct commercial flights after a two-decade interval in a deal mediated by the United States in an attempt to push the two former foes closer to normalising relations.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the increase in prices for mandarin oranges, many are still stocking up on the fruit to preserve the Chinese culture and tradition.