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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia should be able to restore its category one safety rating soon by keeping communication lines open with regulators and industry, according to AirAsia X Bhd (AAX).
HONG KONG (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc warned Hong Kong staff to avoid illegal gatherings after police grabbed one of its investment bankers off a sidewalk. As protests raged, firms across the city urged workers to consider staying home to ensure their families’ safety.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Global Economics sees Malaysia's economy growing at a slower pace of 4.1% in the third quarter due to weaker readings of key data in Septmber which had fewer working days.
HONG KONG: Safety memos have become a part of daily life at big banks in Hong Kong but the latest edition are expressing an even higher level of caution as violence escalates, sometimes on streets directly outside office doors.
PETALING JAYA: Weakness in the electrical and electronics (E&E) segment continued to weigh down the manufacturing sector as the industrial production index (IPI) expanded at 1.7% in September.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim (pic) has been appointed chairman of government-linked, public transport owner and operator, Prasarana Group, effective yesterday.
FRANKFURT: Germany is seeking to boost momentum behind using hydrogen as an alternative to natural gas, part of a broader effort to quicken the pace of emissions cuts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's industrial production index (IPI) rose by 1.7% in September, in line with a Bloomberg survey of a 1.7% increase, underpinned by the manufacturing and electricity indices.
TAIPEI: A study tour in Taiwan organised by FIABCI Malaysia brought participants to several award-winning projects that represent the renewal of Taiwan's architecture urban soul.
HONG KONG: As Hong Kong’s leaders hunt for a political solution to the months-long impasse with protesters, officials are trying to prop up the deteriorating economy with fiscal spending.