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  1. Hong Kong protests IFC mall closed

    Hong Kong's August retail sales worst on record as protests escalate

  2. Australian dollar notes of various denominations, seen on display on February 22, 2004

    Australia's central bank cuts rates to new record low

  3. Pedestrians walk towards the EU Parliament in Brussels

    Eurozone unemployment falls to 11-year low

  4. US and China have been locked in a trade war for over a year, with the world's two biggest

    China's factory activity edges up in September

    China's manufacturing sector showed unexpected signs of improvement with two indexes showing Monday that manufacturing activity edged up in ...
  5. In a bid to smooth out the impact of the hike on consumers, Japan has agreed to certain exemptions,

    Registers, rates and points: Tax hike woes for Japan retailers

    Cash register shortages, differing tax levels and a complicated points system: from October 1, Japan will have a new consumption tax and its ...
  6. Singapore manufacturing, Singapore economy

    Singapore manufacturing output down 8% in August

  7. Singapore skyline

    Singapore's core inflation in August remains at 3-year low

  8. bean sprouts

    As beansprout prices shoot up in Singapore, will they go missing from our favourite dishes?

    What used to be a cheap vegetable is no longer, beansprout prices have increased 70 per cent at wet markets while those at supermarkets have gone ...