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Global Companies Raise Most Funds For The Month Of August In A Decade

Companies have raised $65.5 billion through initial public offerings (IPOs) and high-yield bond issuances globally so far in August, the highest for that month in at least 10 years

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Nigeria in turmoil over China's debt-trap diplomacy

Nigeria in turmoil over China's debt-trap diplomacy

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Indonesia's Widodo Proposes $186 Billion 2021 Budget, 5.5% Of GDP Deficit

The budget proposal, which represents only a 0.3% increase compared with this year's spending plans, assumed growth in Southeast Asia's largest economy will rebound to 4.5%-5.5% in 2021

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Asia's Factory Pain Eases As China's Activity Jumps

Japan's final au Jibun Bank Flash Manufacturing PMI rose to a seasonally adjusted 45.2 in July from 40.1 in June, marking the slowest pace of contraction in five months.

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'Despite wolf warrior diplomacy, China fails to secure 'expansionism' beyond Pakistan, N.Korea'

'Despite wolf warrior diplomacy, China fails to secure 'expansionism' beyond Pakistan, N.Korea'

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COVID-19: Thousands of garment workers lose jobs across Asia, stores in US, Europe shut

COVID-19: Thousands of garment workers lose jobs across Asia, stores in US, Europe shut

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Dispute between China, Japan over Islands may trigger new political tension in Asia

Dispute between China, Japan over Islands may trigger new political tension in Asia

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Asia's Oil Demand Recovery Remains Fragile: Petronas CEO

The increase in online interaction as a result of the crisis could change the future leadership attributes required by the company's staff, 55% of whom are now under 35.

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India's Factory Slump Deepens In May, Headcount Slides

Asia's third-largest economy will contract this quarter for the first time since the mid-1990s, a may Reuters poll found, having expanded 3.1% last quarter

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Asian Jet Fuel Refining Margins Turn Positive First Time In A Month

The jet fuel refining margin in Singapore flipped to $1.83 per barrel above Dubai crude on Tuesday, in the positive territory for the first time since April 20.

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HSBC Sees Double-Digit Wealth Asset Growth In Asia By 2023

The bank's global retail wealth assets in the first quarter grew 6% from a year-ago to $480 billion, while private banking client assets fell 2% to $329 billion.

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Following India Success, Shopmatic Looks To Expand In Asia

85 per cent of customers are from India and 10 per cent from Singapore. As of October 2019, Shopmatic had over 250,000 customers and set to double that by the second quarter of 2020.

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Asian Buyers To Maximise Middle East Crude For April After Saudis Slash Prices

Middle East producers are expected to cut their April crude OSPs to follow the trend set by Saudi Arabia, de facto leader of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

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Asia To Absorb LNG Supply Growth From Mid-2020 - Shell

Natural gas emits between 45% and 55% fewer greenhouse gas emissions and less than one-tenth of the air pollutants of coal when used to generate electricity.

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Saudi Arabia May Cut March Prices For Most Crude Grades To Asia

Asia's biggest refiner Sinopec has said it will cut throughput at its plants by 600,000 barrels per day (bpd) in February, although it is unclear how long the production cuts will last.

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