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Singapore oil clean up to take 3 months before beaches gradually reopen: minister Grace Fu

More than 700 cleaning personnel have been deployed and much of the oil on beachfronts has been cleaned up.

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Legal moves turn South China Sea into a public image battleground

The Philippines’ use of international law to bolster its standing in the South China Sea dispute works, but it could have unintended consequences.

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Taiwan's gay politicians have broken ground - but their battle isn't over

Huang Jie made history as Taiwan's first gay MP, but she and others say more needs to be done.

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US No 2 envoy claims Moscow-Pyongyang pact has left Beijing ‘somewhat anxious’

Chinese officials ‘have indicated so in some of our interactions’, Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell tells Council of Foreign Relations.

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South Korea plant fire kills 22 people after lithium battery combustion

A fire that broke out at a South Korean lithium battery plant has killed 22 people, local officials said

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Malaysia detains 8 terror suspects, foiling possible threats against king, PM, and others

The suspects were rounded up over the weekend in various parts of the Muslim-majority country, minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said in a statement.

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Korean Air Boeing plane bound for Taiwan makes emergency landing after plummeting 7,600 metres

Roughly 30 minutes after taking off, the plane had to turn back and make an emergency landing after detecting a fault with the aircraft’s pressurisation system.

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Exploding batteries spark deadly S Korea factory fire

At least 22 people have been confirmed dead while eight others were injured, local authorities say.

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Are India-Pakistan ties on the mend with delegation visit, Kashmir statehood promise?

Experts say Modi may adopt a more pragmatic stance towards Kashmir in his third term, but more exchanges may not necessarily mean better ties.

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Premier Li Qiang pushes China’s trade, academic agenda during Asia-Pacific tour

Chinese Premier Li Qiang visited New Zealand, Australia and Malaysia, with attention centring around exchanges between Beijing and Canberra.

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China employing 'gray zone tactics' at contested Second Thomas Shoal, Lowy Institute's Yaacob says

China is employing “gray zone tactics” against the Philippines in contested waters as it avoids wider conflict with the U.S., according to one expert.

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Indonesia to cut access to Philippine, Cambodian online gambling sites as crime surges

Officials have grown increasingly concerned about the spread of online gambling, especially after high-profile cases of crime and suicide caused by gambling addiction and debts.

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18 Chinese among 22 dead in South Korea battery plant fire

The blaze began after a series of battery cells exploded inside a warehouse, a local fire official. It’s unclear what triggered the explosion.

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South China Sea: Marcos Jnr’s late response to clash marks Manila’s muted stance, diplomacy

The Philippine president told troops over the weekend that his country was ‘not in the business’ of instigating wars.

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Asia-Pacific markets slip as investors await Australia and Japan inflation data later this week

Investors in Asia will assess Australia's CPI data on Wednesday after RBA considered hiking rates at its last meeting.

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Malaysia’s coral reefs at risk of dying off with most already bleached

The mass bleaching is caused by rising sea temperatures. Officials urged tour operators to control tourist numbers to reduce pressure on reefs.

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Young couple’s murder puts Cambodia’s get-out-of-jail-free ‘Oknha’ title in spotlight

There are about 1,300 Oknha title holders, many of whom are influential tycoons considered cronies of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party.

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Philippines ‘leader of the opposition’ Sara Duterte emerges in ex-Marcos ally’s pivot

The Philippine VP’s cabinet exit has fuelled rumours she’ll take a run at the top job in 2028 – much to the actual opposition’s chagrin.

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North Korea warns US of ‘new world war’ over Ukraine after pact with Putin

The pact signed during Vladimir Putin’s visit to Pyongyang last week commits each side to provide immediate military assistance to the other.

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Sinophobia in the Philippines, India’s cricket diplomacy: 5 weekend reads you missed

From Chinese-Filipinos affected by regional tensions to Indonesia’s chip plans, here are five stories you may have missed over the weekend.

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Singaporean swimmer Toh Wei Soong hopes for a medal in his second Paralympic bid

Singaporean para-athlete Toh Wei Soong will be fighting to medal in the Paralympics this year in Paris.

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How exam scandals threaten the future of India's young people

Paper leaks have plunged India's exams into chaos, jeopardising the careers of millions of aspirants.

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China and EU to hold talks on electric car tariffs

The EU and China still disagree about the import taxes, but have agreed to discuss them further.

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'Cricket is the only source of happiness back home': Afghans celebrate big win

The win saw jubilation in the streets in the isolated Taliban-governed country.

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Singapore oil spill ‘largely cleaned now’ after ‘good progress’ made at Sentosa’s beaches

More than 140,000kg of oil-soaked sand has been removed from the Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong beaches since an oil spill occurred on June 14.

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Fumio Kishida, Japan’s unpopular PM, has support of just 10% of public: poll

The Kyodo News poll underpinned the public’s continued dissatisfaction with Kishida’s policy management.

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India medical school exam scandal ignites attacks against Modi’s government

Opposition leaders say the alleged mishandling of the NEET-UG exam shows the administration’s indifference to the country’s youth unemployment crisis

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How Modi 3.0 could steer India-China relations

A coalition government and closer ties with the West suggest a more cautious approach. Will Modi choose greater rivalry or cooperation with China?

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Middle East investors back Southeast Asia-focused PE funds in diversification move

Middle Eastern institutional investors are keen to leverage the growing economies of Southeast Asia as they diversify their portfolios amid escalating tensions between China and the West.

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How onigiri, not as famous as ramen or sushi, became Japan’s soul food

The humble sticky-rice ball’s popularity has shot up because it’s simple to make, is gluten-free and is versatile.

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Marcos says Philippines won’t incite wars as South China Sea tensions spike

The president said Manila ‘will not resort to the use of force or intimidation’ to settle the maritime dispute in the waterway.

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Many workers in Japan embrace smoking at office to puff their way up career ladder

Most people in a survey cited the professional benefits of lighting up at the workplace, a trend an anti-tobacco advocacy group says won’t last long.

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Vietnam’s political reshuffle brings respite as To Lam tightens grip on power

Inducting generals, ethnic and regional leaders into the party’s highest ranks is expected to steady the ship after years of power struggles.

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Hong Kong must boldly innovate faster to keep up with the times

It’s time for the city to discard a project development model plagued by costly delays and seize opportunities from nearby cities.

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Seventeen: The K-pop band about to make history at UK festival

They're the biggest-selling act in the world, and they're about to play the Pyramid Stage.

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Chinese-Filipinos fear fallout from rising Philippines-China tensions

Millions of Filipinos have Chinese ancestry. Many are having their loyalty called into question amid rising anti-Chinese sentiment

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No good reason for US to spread anti-vax rumours in the Philippines

Whatever one thinks of the Sinovac jab, it is unconscionable to undermine public confidence towards vaccines in a partner country during a pandemic.

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India exam chief sacked after outcry over marks

The key examination for medical colleges has been mired in allegations of paper leaks and fraud.

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US envoy Kritenbrink visits Hanoi days after Putin, says US-Vietnam trust at ‘all-time high’

Senior diplomat Daniel Kritenbrink raised concerns over Russian aggression in Ukraine, as well as Beijing’s actions in the South China Sea.

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Japan’s Emperor Naruhito arrives in UK for 3-day state visit

Trip highlights will include a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, with a possible appearance by Kate, Princess of Wales.

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New Caledonia independence activist to be held in France

Christian Tein, head of the CCAT group, will be sent almost 17,000km to France with the group’s communications chief Brenda Wanabo.

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Bangladesh reels from surge in snake bites

The health minister orders hospitals to stock anti-venom after a wave of deadly bites in rural areas.

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India boosts defence ties with Bangladesh as it tries to become a counterweight to China

Deals for expanding cooperation in areas including maritime security are part of India’s pursuit of a neighbourhood-first approach, PM Modi says.

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US aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea for joint drills

Carrier’s arrival shows the ‘firm resolve’ of South Korea and the US to respond to escalating threats from the North, Seoul’s navy says.

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Is the US ready for cricket? Latest India soft diplomacy targets American hearts, engagement

Cricket enthusiasts laud efforts to capture US market with co-hosting of T20 World Cup, say sport is on verge of ‘global breakthrough’.

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As Asian discontent grows, will it take a world war to reform the IMF?

Great reforms seem to be born only out of major upheavals. And the IMF enjoys only as much power as its fractious owners are prepared to give it.

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Thailand’s Srettha touts plans for legalising casinos, building nuclear plant to cut power costs

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said in his first monthly television address that legalising casinos was necessary to tackle underground gambling.

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Indonesia lags Malaysia and Singapore for chip investments – is it too little, too late?

Indonesia recently accused Malaysia and Singapore of undermining its plans to become a major semiconductor player.

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Li Qiang’s visit spotlights Malaysia’s China-US diplomatic dance

Malaysia wants to ‘profit’ from its China ties, but analysts say it risks losing critical US investments if it gets too close.

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Why Pinduoduo’s surprise growth may not be good news for China’s economy

Consumption has been driving growth, but it remains low owing to low disposable incomes and high savings rate among Chinese households.

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More Malay Singaporeans pick up Chinese lion dance in boost for inclusivity: ‘part of a family’

Local troupes say it is ‘natural’ for members of different races to work together, bound by their passion for the performance art.

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Chinese national jailed for stealing US$88,700 from jeweller on Hong Kong-Singapore flight

Peng Hui, who also changed US$30,000 into casino chips and gambled some of them, was sentenced to two-and-a-half years’ jail.

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Green hydrogen: is this Australia’s breakout moment amid US$127 billion boom down under?

In the third of a four-part series on green hydrogen, Eric Ng and Yujie Xue look into start-ups that are working on creating the infrastructure and technology to take the low-carbon fuel mainstream.

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The Indian film star arrested in fan’s murder case

Darshan Thoogudeepa has been arrested in connection with a crime that resembles the plot of one of his films.

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Japan’s top court rules trans woman ‘father’ of girl born after switch

‘If a child cannot seek recognition because of a gender change, he or she cannot receive support as a dependent or become an heir,’ the ruling said.

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How far will Putin and Kim take ‘mutual assistance’ in face of aggression?

As Moscow and Pyongyang deepen military ties, the stakes have never been higher to prevent provocations that could turn into armed clashes.

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Hindujas, UK’s richest family, get jail for exploiting Indian staff at Swiss villa

The billionaires brought servants from India to their Swiss villa and paid them less than they spent on their dog, the court heard.

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Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida says new inflation-relief steps to be drawn up around autumn

Japan’s inflation has been much slower than in other countries like the United States, where central banks have aggressively raised interest rates.

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Tourist accused of blasphemy killed by mob in Pakistan

The man - who was visiting the Swat Valley - was pulled from a police station and beaten to death.

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South China Sea: 4 Chinese Navy ships spotted by Philippines may pave way for big clash

The presence of the ships including two Chinese destroyers shows that China is testing the resolve of Manila and its allies, analysts say.

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In message to China, India to rename 30 places in Tibet as bilateral ties hit new snag

India’s China policy unlikely to change under Modi’s third term as border issues remain outstanding, analysts note.

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Generative AI set to take off in Asia this year as more companies roll out pilot projects

More than half of business executives say they are optimistic about AI’s potential to transform their businesses, a survey shows.

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Naked swimmers mark Australia's winter solstice

Around 3,000 people took the plunge in the River Derwent in Hobart to mark the winter solstice.

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Pope told off by student for using anti-LGBTQ language

It comes after reports that the Pope used extremely offensive language against gay men in a meeting.

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Asia stocks mostly fall after cooler-than-expected Japan inflation data; yen nears 159 against dollar

Japan's headline inflation rate rose to 2.8%, higher than April's figure of 2.5%.

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BlackRock entity says US firm not part of Malaysia airport deal amid furore over Israel ties

The plan to privatise Malaysia’s airport operator has come under criticism over GIP’s links to the investment giant’s dealings with Israel.

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Taiwan braces for fresh protests over controversial new law

The protests have come to reflect a deep political rift in Taiwan.

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South China Sea: Philippines advised to stake claim on disputed shoal with civilian site

Analysts are divided over an ex-Philippine chief justice’s proposal to build a civilian structure on the Second Thomas Shoal.

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Putin warns South Korea against arming Ukraine

The Russian president said it would be a "big mistake" if Seoul sent lethal weapons to Kyiv.

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Move over, Tokyo. Hong Kong is now the most expensive city to build, survey shows

Hong Kong has surpassed Tokyo as Asia's most expensive city to build property amid a labor crunch and ageing population, according to a new market survey.

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CNBC's Inside India newsletter: India Inc might not even need a Fed rate cut — but it wants one

Emerging markets have been on tenterhooks for the better part of this year as the Federal Reserve has been dangling the prospect of an interest rate cut.

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China talks up support for IPOs. Investors are watching the speed of approval

Chinese authorities this week announced new policy for supporting venture capital, raising hopes for faster approvals of initial public offerings.

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Firm fined for selling China-made cars as Italian

Italian officials said DR Automobiles misled customers into thinking its cars were made in Italy.

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China’s 618 e-commerce sales drop for the first time in 8 years, data firm Syntun says

The gross merchandise value of companies, or sales, during the shopping festival fell 7% from last year to 742.8 billion yuan ($102.3 billion).

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North Korea building border ‘wall’, satellite images reveal

North Korea is building sections of what appears to be a wall in several places near its border with South Korea, new satellite images show.

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India wants to be a developed nation by 2047. Here are 4 critical areas Modi can't ignore

All eyes are now on Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party-led alliance to see if they can keep the economic momentum going in their third consecutive term in office.

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Shares of Australian fast-food chain Guzman y Gomez soar as much as 39% on trading debut

The company's IPO at AU$335.1 million is Australia's largest IPO since chemical distributor Redox's offering in July 2023.

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Asia-Pacific markets are mostly lower as China keeps benchmark lending rates steady

The one-year loan prime rate serves as a benchmark for most corporate and household loans, while the five-year rate serves as a peg for property mortgages.

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Inside India's first heat stroke emergency room

Doctors are fighting to save people from heat strokes in a first-of-its-kind clinic in India's capital.

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Russia and North Korea sign partnership deal that includes mutual defense pact, Putin says

Vladimir Putin was met with a grand reception in Pyongyang, North Korea, as Western officials warn of the warming relationship with Kim Jong Un.

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China is the true power in Putin and Kim’s budding friendship

There are signs President Xi disapproves of his allies' alliance, the BBC's China correspondent says.

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Nvidia rally overnight lifts chip-related stocks in Asia on AI optimism

Asia tech stocks in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan climbed on the back of Nvidia becoming the world's most valuable company

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Hong Kong leads gains in Asia; Taiwan stocks hit new record

Hong Kong markets gained more than 2% on Wednesday, leading gains in Asia and powered by energy and basic material stocks.

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EU to challenge U.S. and China strategically on trade, competition chief says

The European Union's competition chief Margrethe Vestager said the bloc can compete "strategically" with trade partners the U.S. and China.

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Asia-Pacific markets rebound as Wall Street rallies overnight; Australia holds rates

The RBA held its benchmark interest rate at 4.35% for a fifth straight meeting, saying that inflation "remains above target and is proving persistent."

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Chinese official slams EU probe into EV subsidies as 'selective'

Europe's probe into Chinese electric cars was overly selective to the point that the results are not credible, a Chinese official claimed in an interview.

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Hong Kong stock markets will continue trading during typhoons, starting Sept. 23

Hong Kong chief executive John Lee said over 90% of brokerage firms and securities firms supported the proposal.

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Apple supplier TDK says battery breakthrough can deliver higher performance for wearable devices

The Apple supplier said the innovation can be utilized in various wearable devices, including wireless earphones, hearing aids and smartwatches.

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Hong Kong stocks reverse losses as investors assess key China data; Nikkei tumbles almost 2%

The People's Bank of China held its medium term lending facility rate unchanged at 2.5% on 182 billion yuan, as expected

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Singapore’s 'shophouses' are catching the eye of the rich, with some forking out tens of millions

Shophouses are colonial-era buildings — with some built as early as the 1840s — that are under a government conservation program.

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Malaysia is emerging as a data center powerhouse amid booming demand from AI

According to DC Byte's 2024 Global Data Centre Index, the city of Johor Bahru is the fastest growing data center market in Southeast Asia.

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Chinese automakers overtake U.S. rivals in sales for the first time, report shows

Chinese carmakers, like BYD, have expanded globally as an electric-vehicle price war at home has pushed down prices and weighed on profit margins.

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Japan markets reverse losses after BOJ decision; other markets mixed

The Bank of Japan kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged, but indicated it's considering the reduction of its purchase of Japanese government bonds.

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Bank of Japan set to reduce JGB purchases, stands pat on interest rate

The BOJ said it will collect views from market participants on the reduction of Japanese government bond buying and present a detailed plan in the next meeting.

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CNBC's Inside India newsletter: IPO boom looks to break new records

India had a flood of listings in 2023, which hit a nine-year high of 238 with $7.35 billion raised. Could 2024 set a new record?

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In pictures: India records 'longest' heatwave, Delhi faces water crisis

India's capital Delhi is facing a severe water crisis as the country undergoes its "longest spell" of recorded heatwave.

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China needs bond market reforms to rein in soaring debt, S&P Global says

Despite government efforts, debt levels continue to surge even as nominal GDP growth has slowed down, the rating agency said in a report on Thursday.    

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Tesla expects to raise Model 3 prices in Europe after higher EU tariffs on China EVs

Tesla said it may have to increase the price of the Model 3 sold in the EU after the bloc said it could impose higher tariffs on electric cars imported from China.

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