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COPENHAGEN: Denmark is about to become a test case for what happens when banks start charging a lot of customers to store their money.
The labour market in Malaysia remains healthy.
WITH the rise of Industry 4.0, the hunger for innovation and the constant battle between firms to become industry leaders have intensified.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's largest political party, moderate Islamist Ennahda, will back former law professor Kais Saied in a presidential election run-off, it said on Thursday, potentially boosting his chances against his detained rival, Nabil Karoui.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, whose overthrow in a 2011 uprising triggered the "Arab Spring" revolutions, died in exile in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, days after a free presidential vote in his homeland.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates again on Wednesday to help sustain a record-long economic expansion but signaled a higher bar to further reductions in borrowing costs, eliciting a fast and sharp rebuke from President Donald Trump.
MUNICH: European car registrations fell sharply in August, deepening the woes of an industry battling sluggish demand in key markets and the challenge of rolling out electric vehicles.
HONG KONG: As the protests in Hong Kong drive away visitors, the city’s hotel workers are in the firing line.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian voters appear to have up-ended their nation's politics in Sunday's presidential election, rejecting established leaders for two outsiders with 39% of votes counted.
BEIJING: China’s slowdown is deepening just as risks for the global economy mount, piling pressure on the authorities to do more to support growth.