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Traditionally known for women's apparel, luxury fashion brand Carolina Herrera just announced that it will launch a makeup line.
The number of travellers passing through Dubai International airport dipped last year for the first time in 20 years but the airport remained the world’s busiest for international passengers, authorities said.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Two Indonesians have tested positive for coronavirus after coming into contact with an infected Japanese national, President Joko Widodo said on Monday, marking the first confirmed cases in the world's fourth-most populous country.
TOKYO: Asia's factories took a heavy hit in February from the coronavirus outbreak with activity in China shrinking at a record pace, business surveys showed on Monday, adding to fears the crisis risks triggering a global recession.
SYDNEY: Asian stocks and U.S. equity futures climbed for the first time in eight days Monday, reversing early declines in wild trading amid signs of support from central banks. Bond yields pared losses and the yen retreated.
KUALA LUMPUR: Khazanah Malaysia staged a turnaround in the financial year of FY19 with profit from operations of RM7.36bil compared to a loss from operations of RM6.27bil in 2018 as it braces for a challenging year due to the Covid-19 coronavirus and global slowdown.KUALA LUMPUR: Khazanah Malaysia staged a turnaround in the financial year of FY19 with profit from operations of RM7.36bil compared to a loss from operations of RM6.27bil in 2018.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Thriven Global Bhd jumped over 40% in early trade after a technical buy call by PublicInvest Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia and key Asian markets slid in early Monday trade, the start of March, as investors’ sentiment was rattled by the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.
LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Dominic Raab will on Monday begin his first official visit to the Gulf for talks with leaders in Saudi Arabia and Oman, expected to cover trade, human rights issues and climate change.
SEOUL(Reuters): Churches were closed in South Korea on Sunday (March 1) with many holding online services instead as authorities fought to rein in public gatherings, with 586 new coronavirus infections taking the tally to 3,736 cases.