Global oil demand growth is expected to remain subdued, with the economy weakening and buffeted by Sino-US trade tensions, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.
Revenue from property tax accounted for 0.1 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) which is very low compared to other countries in the region, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) working paper said.
Shares of oil and gas exploration company PXP Energy Corp (PXP) surged by 11.2 per cent on the local stock market on Wednesday, boosted by expectation that it could soon resume exploration in Recto Bank now that the Philippines and
Apple Inc’s lower-priced iPhones are expected to intensify competition in China’s smartphone market, but their inability to support 5G may leave some tech-savvy consumers disappointed, analysts said on Wednesday.
Despite a history of many International Monetary Fund (IMF) rescue programmes, Argentina once again faces a deepening financial crisis, raising questions about whether the Washington-based lender made a mistake in its dealings with
China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and China United Airlines are expected to participate in Beijing Daxing International Airport’s third test flight on September 17, Beijing Daily reported on Thursday.
With the consumption tax hike approaching next month in Japan, retail companies are expecting last-minute demand for daily commodities and furniture to grow toward the end of September.
Overseas investment in Chinese policy bank bonds has been rising sharply as institutional investors recognise their liquidity and investment value, experts said.
One man’s meat is another man’s poison – the proverb holds true for people’s responses to durian. You either loathe the pulpy-creamy, sweet and stinky fruit or love it so much you strike gold by exporting it.
Denmark's state-run energy company Orsted sees high potential in the Korean offshore wind power market, intending to build long-term, sustainable relationships with the Korean government and companies.