Business

East Timor president calls new elections to break deadlock

Jan 26, 2018

East Timor's president says the country will hold a new election after the minority government formed last year was unable to get its policy program and budget through parliament

Malaysia raises interest rate for first time in 4 years

Jan 25, 2018

Malaysia's central bank has raised its key interest rate for the first time in four years ahead of general elections due by August

Mezzanine collapse inside Jakarta tower hurts nearly 80

Jan 15, 2018

A mezzanine floor inside the Jakarta Stock Exchange tower collapsed on Monday, injuring nearly 80 people and forcing a chaotic evacuation

The Latest: Tremor occurred before floor collapse in Jakarta

Jan 15, 2018

A college student visiting the Jakarta Stock Exchange says she felt a tremor just before a mezzanine floor collapsed into the building's lobby, with the debris hitting and injuring some of her friends

A hospital spokeswoman says injuries are being assessed on 28 people after structural collapse in Jakarta Stock Exchange

Jan 15, 2018

A hospital spokeswoman says injuries are being assessed on 28 people after structural collapse in Jakarta Stock Exchange

Indonesia hard-line Muslims protest ban on Facebook accounts

Jan 12, 2018

Muslim hard-liners have protested in Indonesia's capital against Facebook's blocking of accounts belonging to their group

Malaysia to pay US firm up to $70M if it finds missing plane

Jan 11, 2018

Malaysia's government will pay U.S. company Ocean Infinity up to $70 million if it can find the wreckage or black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 within three months

Singapore arrests 17 suspected in Shell oil heist

Jan 9, 2018

Singapore police arrest 17 men, seize tanker, $2.3 million linked to theft of oil from Shell refinery

Malaysia OKs new search by private company for missing plane

Jan 7, 2018

Malaysia's government has approved a new attempt by a private company to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Pulp giant stirs new conflicts with Indonesian villagers

Dec 21, 2017

Less than five years after it pledged to end dozens of disputes over land and gain local consent for new plantations in Indonesia, one of the world's largest paper companies is backsliding on those vows.

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