Dr Halima Bensmail, principal scientist and associate professor, Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University, has delivered a talk titled ...
Cambodian premier Hun Sen led a huge rally yesterday marking the anniversary of the fall of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime, seizing the opportunity to burnish his image as saviour of the nation.
The US media and telecom had a mediocre year overall and underperformed the S&P 500, but both industries are finishing strong since November, benefiting from sector rotation to value from growth.
Pakistani authorities are investigating how identity thieves collaborated with hackers in Europe and South East Asia to steal millions of rupees from thousands of bank accounts.
The Kobe Steel plant at the centre of a data-falsification scandal that has shaken supply chains around the world has been stripped of all its industrial quality certifications, the Japanese government said yesterday.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce and General Authority of Customs (GAC) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the field of trademarks and protection of intellectual property rights (IPR).
Peace, or at least a truce, seems to have broken out in the global bond market and Japanese investors see that as a signal to buy more of the only maturities to make any significant money this year: 20-year notes.
Iron ore prices could defy doomsayer projections for next year because of sustained steel demand in China, according to the investment arm of Australia’s largest publicly traded wealth manager.
Consider it a subplot to what may be this year’s most contentious rate decision in Russia. At centre stage is the familiar sight of Governor Elvira Nabiullina staring down inflation.