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12 March 2019
10:33:26 AM

Malaysians urged to tread carefully in handling racial or religious issues - NST

The most urgent task today for all Malaysians irrespective of race, religion and political affiliation is to ensure racial and religious harmony.... ›› more

   

14 March 2019
10:46:22 AM

In South Africa's Fabled Wine Country, White and Black Battle Over Land - New York Times

A generation after apartheid, the Stellenbosch region is gripped by a struggle that pits white citizens who still control much of the economy against their black neighbours.... ›› more

   

14 March 2019
9:43:56 AM

China Experiences a Fracking Boom, and All the Problems That Go With It - New York Times

Sichuan is naturally prone to earthquakes, including a major one in 2008 that killed nearly 70,000 people, but to the rattled villagers of Gaoshan, the cause of these tremors was human-made.... ›› more

   

14 March 2019
9:33:33 AM

Facebook Just Shoplifted Snapchat's Best Idea - New York Times

The messaging platform figured out the value of privacy a long time ago.... ›› more

   

8 March 2019
11:56:11 AM

1-in-4 SGX listed companies in the red; total profits down 19% - The Business Times

SINGAPORE's latest earnings season is tapering off with over 300 companies having given investors the chance to do a reality check. The verdict so far: one in four companies was in the red, according to data compiled by The Business Times, and overall, total earnings of almost S$40 billion were down 19 per cent. The big downers include telcos and commodities, with risk aversion amid a slowing global economy and trade war fears taking a toll on many corporates.... ›› more

   
 

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