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PETALING JAYA: Ahead of the tabling of Budget 2021 on Nov 6, the Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (Teeam) has urged the government to waive the Sales and Service Tax (SST) for all electrical and electronic (E&E) products and services from local producers.
SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian shoppers lined up for hours and crowded into malls as they reopened on Thursday in the country's two largest cities, epicenter of a still surging coronavirus epidemic in the South American nation.
CHALONS-EN-CHAMPAGNE, France (Reuters) - Roman Catholics in a town in eastern France were able to attend mass in their cars on Sunday, in the country's first drive-in religious service since the start of a lockdown eight weeks ago aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus.
PETALING JAYA: The price of gold may be soaring but jewellers believe that it is the right time to buy the commodity before it goes up further.
HAINBURG, Austria (Reuters) - When communism collapsed across central and eastern Europe in 1989, many Czechs and Slovaks flocked across newly unsealed borders to browse in shops in Austria full of high-quality goods they knew only from Western films.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Big companies are selling better food in Austria than they sell in Hungary, even thought the brands are supposed to be the same, the Hungarian government said on Thursday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Apple Inc supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) said silicon wafers were damaged at a plant in southern Taiwan where a quake hit early on Saturday, affecting no more than 1 percent of first-quarter shipments.