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Pound jumps on Brexit hopes as global stocks firmer
LONDON, Sept 13 — The British pound hit a seven-week high against the dollar today on easing fears of a no-deal Brexit.
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Google agrees nearly €1b tax settlement with France
PARIS, Sept 13 — US internet giant Google has agreed a settlement totalling €965 million (RM4.46 billion) to end a tax dispute in France under an agreement announced in court yesterday.
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Google agrees €945mil tax settlement with France
US Internet giant Google has agreed a settlement totalling €945mil (RM4.3bil) to end a tax dispute in France.
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China out in force at Frankfurt car show, led by battery builders
FRANKFURT: Chinese suppliers and makers have stepped up their presence at the Frankfurt auto show, capitalising on a strong position in electric technologies forced on European carmakers by regulators...
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American companies in China reject Trump’s trade war tactics
HONG KONG: US companies on the front lines of the trade war are increasingly pessimistic about President Donald Trump’s strategy to boost their sales in the...
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Pound resilient as Brexit plot thickens
NEW YORK, Sept 11 ― The pound strengthened against both the dollar and the euro yesterday as investors took heart from legislation blocking a no-deal Brexit.
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City: UK finance positive despite ‘no-deal’ Brexit risk
LONDON, Sept 10 — London’s financial district will recover in the long run from a no-deal Brexit despite facing initial “shocks and disruptions”, the head of the City, Catherine McGuinness, sa...
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China’s Geely takes stake in German ‘flying taxi’ firm Volocopter
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Sept 9 — German “flying taxi” developer Volocopter said today it had raised €50 million (US$55.1 million) from investors including automaker Geely, risking a revived debate ...
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Tokyo stocks close higher on profit-taking
TOKYO, Sept 9 — Tokyo stocks closed higher on Monday on profit-taking, as investors assessed the impact from eased, but still lingering, worries over Brexit and the US-China trade war.
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Sticking to Brexit plan, Johnson will not seek a delay
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sticking to his Brexit plan and will not seek a delay to Britain's departure from the EU at a summit next month, two of his ministers said on Sunday following a resigna...
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Sticking to Brexit plan, UK's Johnson will not seek a delay
LONDON: Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sticking to his Brexit plan and will not seek a delay to Britain's departure from the EU at a summit next month, two of his ministers...
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Greek PM unveils economic reforms to attract investors
THESSALONIKI, Sept 8 — Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced yesterday “audacious reforms” and fiscal measures to attract foreign investment as the country battles back from an u...
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Opposition to block British PM Johnson's early election bid
British opposition parties said on Friday that they would block Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s second bid to call an early general election in mid-October, setting up a showdown with the government ...
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Telco Deep Dive 2019: Axiata-Telenor mega merger called off, fails to hurdle complexities
After all the excitement and potential to unlock powerful game changing synergies, including becoming the largest telco group in Southeast Asia with expected revenue of  US$11.9 billion (RM50 billion...
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Axiata, Telenor call off merger due to complexities involved
KUALA LUMPUR: The merger of Asian operations between Axiata Group Bhd and Norway's Telenor SA has been called off, confirming an earlier StarBiz report that...
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Pound posts biggest two-day surge in 10 months as no-deal Brexit fears fade
LONDON, Sept 5 — The pound surged to a five-week high today after lawmakers voted to prevent Prime Minister Boris Johnson taking Britain out of the EU on Oct.
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British PM Johnson's brother quits on eve of Brexit election campaign
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to kick off what is in effect an election campaign casting parliament as the enemy of Brexit was overshadowed today when his younger brother Jo (photo) qu...
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Axiata drags KLCI below 1,600 on uncertainties over telco merger
KUALA LUMPUR: Growing uncertainties about the possible merger between the Asian telecoms assets of Axiata Group Bhd and Norway’s Telenor ASA weighed on the stock market.
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Users worry about smart speaker privacy, but keep on buying them
Consumers are worried machines by Amazon and Google are eavesdropping on them at home, but that’s not stopping purchases.
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Tokyo shares jump on US-China trade talks, easing Brexit fears
TOKYO, Sept 5 — Tokyo shares jumped today as investors cheered the news that China and the United States will resume trade talks, as well as easing worries over Brexit and the crisis in Hong Kong.
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EU locked in ‘long battle’ against Chinese fraud
Europe's "long battle" against fake goods from China has become even more difficult with the upsurge in online shopping, where fraudulent and often dangerous...
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Axiata-Telenor merger proposal may be called off
PETALING JAYA: All indications point to the mega-merger of the Asian telecoms assets of Axiata Group Bhd and Norway’s Telenor ASA being called off, barring a...
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RHB Research: Exports growth to ease further next year
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 4): Malaysia's exports growth is expected to ease further to 1.5 percent in 2020 from the 2.2 percent estimated for this year, according to RHB Research.
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Lagarde promises euro MPs reform and openness at ECB
BRUSSELS, Sept 4 — After years of hectic crisis-fighting and massive expansion of its role, the European Central Bank must review how it purses price stability and communicate better with EU citizen...
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RHB Research: Exports growth to ease further next year
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — Malaysia’s exports growth is expected to ease further to 1.5 per cent in 2020 from the 2.2 per cent estimated for this year, according to RHB Research.
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Pound rebounds as Johnson’s Parliament defeat dims no-deal risk
LONDON: The pound gained after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost a crucial vote in Parliament late Tuesday, reducing the risk of a no-deal Brexit on Oct. 31.
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Opponents of 'no-deal' Brexit vote to defeat Johnson
A cross-party alliance defeated Prime Minister Boris Johnson in parliament in a bid to prevent him taking Britain out of the EU without a divorce agreement - prompting him to announce that he would im...
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ECB nominee Lagarde faces grilling from euro MPs
FRANKFURT, Sept 4 ― European Parliament lawmakers will today question incoming European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde on how she will run the institution, in a first major public test for the...
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Churchill's grandson to be expelled from Conservative Party after defying Johnson
Nicholas Soames, the grandson of Britain’s World War Two leader Winston Churchill, will be expelled from the Conservative Party after voting against Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Brexit.
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Opponents of 'no-deal' Brexit defeat PM, who promises an election
LONDON: British lawmakers defeated Boris Johnson in parliament on Tuesday in a bid to prevent him taking Britain out of the EU without a divorce agreement...
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EU locked in ‘long battle’ against Chinese fraud
BRUSSELS, Sept 3 — Europe’s “long battle” against fake goods from China has become even more difficult with the upsurge in online shopping, where fraudulent and often dangerous products were b...
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Pound dives as UK election speculation mounts before Brexit showdown
LONDON, Sept 2 — Sterling fell sharply today as Boris Johnson summoned his ministers for an emergency meeting, fuelling expectations the prime minister was preparing to call a snap election should l...
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Tata Steel to shut UK operations employing 400 staff
LONDON, Sept 2 — Tata Steel is to shut a plant in Wales but has agreed to safeguard jobs elsewhere, the Indian giant announced today, as it restructures amid the collapse of a mega-merger.
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UK manufacturing hits seven-year low
LONDON, Sept 2 — Britain’s manufacturing activity slumped last month, in part owing to heightened economic and political turmoil triggered by Brexit, data showed today.
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EU’s Barnier says Brexit deal cannot be changed
LONDON, Sept 1 — EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said yesterday the bloc will not change the divorce deal agreed with Britain and that he is “not optimistic” of avoiding a no-deal outc...
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Valve Will Reportedly Be Fighting EU Antitrust Charges Alone
Valve is pushing back against the European Union’s (EU) charges made against it.
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Valve to fight EU antitrust charges, five videogame publishers to settle: sources
Valve Corp, owner of the world's largest videogame distribution platform Steam, plans to fight EU antitrust charges of preventing cross-border trade, unlike five...
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Global stocks boosted by China-US talk hopes
NEW YORK, Aug 30 — Stocks floated higher yesterday, lifted by positive sentiment surrounding the US-China trade war, while the pound steadied after a Brexit-fuelled slump.
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Brazil bans burning for two months to defuse Amazon crisis
Aerial view of deforestation in Nascentes da Serra do Cachimbo Biological Reserve in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, in the Amazon basin.
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Apple apologises over Siri privacy and will no longer retain audio recordings
Apple Inc apologised for privacy mishaps surrounding its Siri voice assistant and said that it would no longer retain audio recordings of Siri interactions, among other changes.
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Queen allows Johnson to suspend parliament before Brexit
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will limit parliament’s ability to derail his Brexit plan by cutting the amount of time it will sit between now and EU exit day on Oct 31, infuriating opponents ...
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Wall Street shaky as recession fears mount
NEW YORK, Aug 28 — Wall Street sank at the open today as US bond yields fell further, fuelling recession fears, and as Britain’s prime minister suspended parliament, making a chaotic no-deal Brexi...
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European firms warned China’s social credit system could be ‘a matter of life or death’
EU Chamber of Commerce urges business to ‘knock the blinkers off’ and wake up to implications of far-reaching system. Companies and individuals will be subject to...
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Pound drops as fears of no-deal Brexit grow
LONDON: Sterling dived on Wednesday as concerns rose that the United Kingdom may be headed for a disruptive no-deal Brexit after Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved...
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Google job search tool under EU microscope
EU regulators are checking Google for Jobs to see if the company unfairly favours its fast-growing tool for searching job listings, Europe's antitrust chief said on Aug...
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UK’s finance minister promises more spending, fuels election speculation
LONDON, Aug 28 — New British finance minister Sajid Javid said he will announce higher public spending on health, education and the police next week in order to “clear the decks for Brexit,” a m...
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Facebook gets German data probe into voice transcriptions
Facebook Inc is being probed by Hamburg’s data protection authority over transcribing audio from users of its services, adding to an investigation into Google’s...
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G7 pledges millions to help fight Amazon fires
BIARRITZ, Aug 26 — The G7 has agreed to spend €20 million (RM92.46 million) on the Amazon, mainly to send fire-fighting aircraft to tackle the huge blazes engulfing many parts of the world’s big...
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Dutch say 100 companies make Brexit move
THE HAGUE, Aug 26 — Nearly 100 international companies have moved to the Netherlands and 325 more are interested owing to uncertainty over Britain’s exit from the EU, Dutch officials said today.
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G7 leaders give Macron nod to send message to Iran
G7 leaders agreed that President Emmanuel Macron should hold talks and pass on messages to Iran after they discussed the issue at a summit in southwestern France on Saturday evening, a French presiden...
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Johnson seeks to push Trump at fractious G7
BIARRITZ, Aug 25 — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will today seek to persuade President Donald Trump to offer flexibility on trade and also win concessions from the EU on Brexit, at a G7 summi...
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Squabbles erupt as G7 leaders open summit in French resort
Squabbles erupted among G7 nations on Saturday as their leaders gathered for an annual summit, exposing sharp differences on global trade tensions, Britain’s exit from the EU and how to respond to t...
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Trump, EU clash over trade at G7 opening
BIARRITZ (France), Aug 24 — US President Donald Trump and EU leaders exchanged trade war threats today as they arrived in France for a G7 summit of wealthy democracies overshadowed by trans-Atlantic...
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As EU threatens trade retaliation, Brazil sends army to fight Amazon fires
European leaders on Friday threatened to tear up a trade deal with South America, reflecting growing international anger at Brazil as a record number of fires in the Amazon rainforest intensified an u...
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Macron says tech giants enjoy 'permanent tax haven status'
French president Emmanuel Macron, who will defend a global tax on tech giants at this weekend's G7 meeting, criticised a "crazy" system that gives firms a "permanent tax haven status".
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Britain, South Korea sign Brexit trade deal
LONDON, Aug 22 — Britain and South Korea today signed a deal that will allow the two countries to keep trading freely after Brexit.
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Missing hiker in Italy spotlights need for new phone geolocation tech
Badly injured on a cliffside in southern Italy, a French hiker called emergency services this month, but he could not tell them exactly where he was after a fall that broke his legs.
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Igniting global outrage, Brazil's Bolsonaro baselessly blames NGOs for Amazon fires
Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday accused non-governmental organizations of burning down the Amazon rainforest to hurt his government, as a growing global outcry against the w...
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Five EU states to take in Open Arms migrants, ending standoff
Spain and four other EU states agreed to take in migrants stranded for weeks on the Open Arms rescue ship, EU authorities said on Wednesday, ending a prolonged standoff with the Italian government ove...
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Seven bidders compete to fund Bulgaria nuclear project
SOFIA, Aug 20 — Seven companies and consortiums, including Russia’s Rosatom and China’s CNNC, have filed offers to become strategic investors in a new 2,000-megawatt nuclear power plant in Bulga...
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Report: Malaysia, Indonesia mulls taking EU to court over palm oil ban
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 20 — The governments of Malaysia and Indonesia may go to the International Court of Justice over the European Union’s (EU) anti-palm oil initiatives, the Nikkei Asian Review repo...
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Kenanga Research: Balance of payments to narrow further in 2H19 amid weak global trade
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — The Balance of payments (BOP) is expected to narrow further in the second half this year, as global trade remained weak, according to Kenanga Research.
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Irish regulator near end of first privacy probe, ruling to take months
Ireland's data privacy regulator is close to concluding its first probe into a multinational company under the EU's new privacy laws, likely to involve Facebook's WhatsApp subsidiary, although a formal decision could take months.
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Turkey’s military pension fund reaches British Steel deal
ISTANBUL, Aug 16 — Turkey’s military pension fund OYAK has reached a provisional agreement to take over British Steel and could close the deal by the end of this year, potentially saving thousands...
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US lawmakers pressure tech as devices capture conversations
Members of US Congress from both parties called out Facebook Inc on Aug 14 for paying contractors to transcribe audio clips from its users and urged new statutes to tackle the drumbeat of such revelations from across the tech industry.
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Chinese investment in Europe slides 84% in H1
CHINESE investment in Europe nose-dived in the first half of this year from the same period of last year due to growing trade tension and economic uncertainty, according to a report from international consultancy group EY.
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Actress Judi Dench’s stint in Sabah opened her eyes to ‘complex issue’ of palm oil industry
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 15 — Oscar-winning British actress came to Sabah to film a BBC documentary but along the way, she learned how “complex and nuanced” the palm oil industry really is.
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French joblessness hits new post-2009 low
PARIS, Aug 14 — France’s unemployment rate dipped slightly in the second quarter to 8.5 per cent, its lowest level in a decade, the national statistics agency Insee said today, confirming a modera...
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European online job search websites call on EU to crack down on Google
Alphabet unit Google could face more regulatory heat in Europe after 23 online job search websites urged EU antitrust regulators to act against the company for allegedly using its market power to favour its job search unit.
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Brexit turmoil drives UK towards recession
LONDON, Aug 12 — Britain’s economy unexpectedly shrank in the second quarter of the year on Brexit turmoil, official data showed Friday, placing the country on the verge of recession and sending t...
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Indonesia threatens tariff hike on EU dairy in palm oil trade spat
JAKARTA, Aug 9 — Indonesia’s trade minister today threatened to impose higher tariffs on EU dairy imports in response to the bloc’s proposed move to hit biodiesel made from palm oil with anti-su...
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Sterling weakens after UK economy shrinks in second quarter
LONDON, Aug 9 — The pound fell today to match its lowest levels since January 2017 after data unexpectedly showed that British gross domestic product contracted in the second quarter for the first t...
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UK economy suffers shock pre-Brexit contraction in Q2, first since 2012
LONDON, Aug 9 — Britain’s economy shrank for the first time since 2012 in the second quarter, a severe hangover from a pre-Brexit stockpiling boost in early 2019 and one that bodes poorly as Prime...
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CPO prices set to rise through 2021
SANDAKAN: The price of crude palm oil (CPO) is expected to rise from current levels to average higher by the end of this year through 2021, partly driven by the enforcement of higher biodiesel mandate...
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Trump confirms agreement with EU on US beef exports
WASHINGTON, Aug 3 — President Donald Trump yesterday announced an agreement with Brussels on trade in American beef, long blocked from EU markets over concerns about use of hormones.
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Germany orders Google to take humans out of audio loop
FRANKFURT, Aug 2 — A German data protection official has convinced Google to stop human workers from listening to audio recorded by its digital assistant across the EU, after a leak showed staff cou...
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Google to allow Android users in Europe choose default search engine
NEW YORK, Aug 2 — Google will let Android device users in Europe choose their default search engine from four options, including Google search, the US company said, as it tries to quash EU antitrust...
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No-deal Brexit an ‘instantaneous’ shock to economy, says BoE governor
LONDON, Aug 2 — Bank of England governor Mark Carney today warned that a no-deal Brexit would be a shock for Britain, causing supply disruption and potentially undermining entire sectors of the econ...
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Toyota Q1 net profit up nearly 4pc, full-year profit revised down
TOKYO, Aug 2 — Japanese car giant Toyota said today its first quarter net profit rose thanks to solid sales and cost cutting efforts, but it revised down full-year profit partly due to a stronger ye...
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Search for new IMF head widens to include British candidate
BRUSSELS, Aug 1 — European governments widened their search for a new head of the International Monetary Fund, extending a deadline to 1800 GMT today so that Britain can put forward a candidate.
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Bank of England lowers UK growth forecasts for 2019, 2020
LONDON, Aug 1 — The Bank of England lowered its near-term economic growth forecasts today amid continued uncertainty over Brexit, while warning that a “no deal” exit from the EU would hit growth...
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Britain’s LSE lands ‘defining’ US$27b Refinitiv deal in data drive
LONDON, Aug 1 — Britain’s London Stock Exchange has agreed to buy financial information provider Refinitiv in a US$27 billion (RM111.8 billion) deal aimed at offering trading across regions and cu...
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Britain to spend an extra US$2.6b on no-deal Brexit planning
LONDON, Aug 1 — Britain said it is ramping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit by spending an extra £2.1 billion (RM10.5 billion) to stockpile medicines, hire more border officials and fund one of...
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EU court rules sites must warn about Facebook 'like' button
FRANKFURT, July 30 ― Europe's top court ruled yesterday that online retailers must warn web users that they send personal data to Facebook through the “like” button.
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Demand for Malaysian palm oil has gone up, Senate told
KUALA LUMPUR: Demand for Malaysian palm oil has risen, with sales to the US and China increasing by 28% and 16.3% respectively from January to June this year, compared to the same period last year, th...
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UK business chief calls for Brexit ‘emergency footing’
LONDON, July 29 — The head of Britain’s big business lobby today urged companies to shift to “an emergency footing” as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely.
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Europe’s privacy rules hurt small firms, not tech giants
THE European Commission is largely happy with the first year of its sweeping digital privacy rules. Evidence mounts, however, that the General Data Protection Directive (GDPR) hurts smaller firms and has no effect on tech giants, which are the least interested in preserving user privacy.
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Johnson plots Brexit gambit with new cabinet
Britain's new prime minister, Boris Johnson, has stacked his cabinet with Brexiteers and restated his commitment to take his country out of the EU "no ifs, no buts" in three months' time.
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Europe’s privacy rules hurt small firms, not tech giants: opinion
The European Commission is largely happy with the first year of its sweeping digital privacy rules. Evidence mounts, however, that the General Data Protection Directive, or GDPR, as applied today hurts smaller firms and has no effect on tech giants, which are the least interested in preserving user privacy.
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British inventor Dyson to buy second Singapore luxury property, says report
SINGAPORE, July 26 ― British inventor James Dyson is buying a luxury Singapore house with an indoor waterfall that was marketed for US$32 million (RM131 million), a report said today, weeks after he...
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Nokia narrows losses in Q2
HELSINKI, July 25 — Nokia, the Finnish telecoms equipment maker, said today that it narrowed its losses in the second quarter on the back of strong demand for the next generation of mobile phone net...
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Police raid cybersecurity firm over Bulgaria's biggest data breach
Police investigating Bulgaria's biggest-ever data breach have detained a manager of a cybersecurity company, raided its offices and seized computers.
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Peugeot Citroen lifts profits despite falling sales
PARIS, July 24 — French auto giant PSA, maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, today reported a jump in profits in the first six months of the year, despite falling unit sales and revenues.
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Ringgit slips against US$ as traders await clearer Fed signals
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened flat today against the US dollar as the greenback continued to gain traction ahead of a widely expected US and European Central Bank (ECB) interest rates cut.
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EU threatens duties on €35b in US goods
BRUSSELS, July 24 — The EU is ready to hit the United States with extra tariffs on goods worth €35 billion (RM160.7 billion) if Washington slaps duties on its cars, its trade chief said yesterday.
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French right-wingers to shun Greta Thunberg at parliament
Conservative and far-right French lawmakers said they would boycott a meeting with Swedish activist Greta Thunberg and hurled insults at the 16-year-old who has inspired a global network of young clim...
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Sterling prepares for rocky ride as Johnson wins race to be PM
LONDON, July 23 — Sterling, already trading near its lowest in two years, was little moved today after Boris Johnson won the contest to be Britain’s new prime minister, as investors worried whethe...
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Sterling dives as markets ramp up bets on no-deal Brexit
LONDON: Sterling fell nearly half a percent with the outlook turning bleak as traders increased their bets on a no-deal Brexit before the result of the Conservative party’s leadership election.
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UK finance minister Hammond to resign on Wednesday over no-deal Brexit
LONDON: Britain's finance minister Philip Hammond said on Sunday he would resign on Wednesday before his expected sacking by the favourite to become Britain's next prime minister, Boris Johnson, takes office.
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EU to scrap financial market access for some countries in Brexit warning shot
LONDON/BRUSSELS: The European Union is set to block some countries from accessing parts of the bloc's financial market for the first time, an EU document seen by Reuters showed, a step that will ring alarm bells in Britain in the run up to Brexit.
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