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Samut Sakhon central shrimp market reopens

Samut Sakhon’s Central Shrimp Market, the epicentre of the second wave of Covid-19 in Thailand, reopened on Monday, after being closed 10 weeks ago. (file photo) SAMUT SAKHON: The Central Shrimp Market of this coastal province reopened on Monday after being closed since Dec 19, when the second wave of Covid-19 began spreading from there.The market…

Myanmar sees most bloodshed since coup as junta escalates violence

BANGKOK/YANGON — Violence by Myanmar’s military against civilian protesters in towns and cities across the country escalated on Sunday as security forces used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas against mostly peaceful civilians protesting the Feb. 1 military takeover.By mid-afternoon, more than a dozen protesters had been fatally shot,…

Myanmar coup: Deadliest day of protests as police open fire

Police have fired on protesters in Myanmar killing at least 10, medics say, on the deadliest day since rallies against the country’s coup began.Deaths were reported in Yangon, Dawei and Mandalay, as police used live rounds, rubber bullets and tear gas.Security forces began the violent crackdown on Saturday, after weeks of largely peaceful protests…

Myanmar coup: Casualties rise as police step up crackdown

Protesters clash with police in Yangon as the anti-coup rallies continueA violent crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Myanmar intensified on Sunday with police using live rounds, rubber bullets and tear gas.Huge protests in cities such as Yangon, Mandalay and Dawei have continued despite the police response.There are reports of fatalities but the…

Myanmar police crack down on protests for second day; one dead, several hurt

By Reuters Staff5 Min Read(Reuters) – Myanmar police moved quickly on Sunday to stamp out protests against military rule, throwing stun grenades and firing into the air a day after the most extensive crackdown yet, and several people were wounded, media and witnesses said.FILE PHOTO: Protesters shout slogans and flash three-finger salutes during…

The Avon Rubber share price has fallen 40% in 3 months. Should I buy now?

Despite the disruptions from Covid-19, Avon Rubber‘s (LSE:AVON) share price skyrocketed throughout 2020, thanks to new contracts with the Department of Defence (DoD).But lately, this incredible growth seems to have reversed. Since December 2020, Avon Rubber’s share price has fallen almost 40%. What’s going on? And is this a buying opportunity…

Myanmar coup: Security forces intensify protest crackdown

Saturday saw clashes between protesters and police using tear gas and rubber bulletsMyanmar’s security forces intensified a crackdown against protesters on Saturday, with local reports of dozens of detentions and a woman shot.Myanmar has seen growing unrest since the military seized power and detained key leaders in a coup on 1 February.Local reports…

Malaysia: Merchandise exports grow for the fifth month running in January

Merchandise exports grew for the fifth successive month in January, rising 7.6% year-on-year in USD terms, but softening from December’s 2020 12.9% jump. Similarly, exports in ringgit terms expanded 6.6% in January, following December’s 10.8% increase. January’s reading reflected higher shipments for electrical and electronic products and skyrocketing…

Trade dept: PH exports can still enter UK tariff-free

Philippine exports can still enter the United Kingdom tariff-free this year despite the latter’s recent exit from the European Union (EU), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) reassured on Friday.In a statement, the Trade department’s Trade Promotions Group (TPG) and Export Marketing Bureau (EMB) said the UK had its own Generalized Scheme…

Malaysia’s Top Glove applies to list in Hong Kong

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia’s biggest rubber glove maker has applied to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange despite signs that the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines may temper investor appetite for medical glove stocks.Hong Kong would be the third market to host the company’s shares and an additional primary listing would give it the chance to raise more…

Myanmar police fire into air to disperse protests as lawyer to Suu Kyi says access denied

By Reuters Staff4 Min Read(Reuters) – Police dispersed protesters in Myanmar’s two biggest cities on Friday, firing stun grenades, rubber bullets and guns into the air, witnesses said, as the challenge to the army’s bid to re-impose its rule showed no sign of slackening.Riot police officers get on a police vehicle during a rally against the military…

Olam says agricultural goods demand picking up on China recovery

SINGAPORE — Commodity trader Olam International said demand for agricultural products is picking up thanks to the economic recovery in China and other Asian markets, after the COVID-19 pandemic sapped demand and disrupted supply chains last year.The Singapore-based company trades in a wide range of agricultural goods, including rice, cacao and nuts,…

Investors cool on Malaysian gloves stocks on vaccine drive

KUALA LUMPUR — Glove manufacturers were among the highest-grossing stocks on the Malaysian bourse last year, elevating their already-rich owners to be new billionaires. The spike in share prices was in tandem with booming demand for rubber gloves as essential personal protective gear in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.The share prices of…

Traders expect sheet rubber to cross ₹170/kg

Spot rubber ended in a bullish note on Thursday. The market opened weak but recovered steadily tracking the sharp gains in overseas trendsetters, mainly Bangkok spot prices. RSS4 improved to ₹161 (160) per kg, according to traders and the Rubber Board. The grade firmed up to ₹157 (156) a kg as per dealers. “We expect sheet rubber to cross ₹…

Myanmar’s infantry tied to protester deaths: Five things to know

BANGKOK — As Myanmar’s street protests spread, drawing tens of thousands of people nationwide against the Feb. 1 coup, the armed response by the junta raises fears that history will repeat with another deadly crackdown by the country’s military.Mandalay, the country’s second-largest city, was the scene of bloodshed Saturday. Two protesters, including…

What to expect from China’s annual meeting of parliament

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article:ReutersGabriel CrossleyPublishing date: Feb 25, 2021  •  25 minutes ago  •  3 minute read  •  Join the conversationBEIJING — Thousands of delegates from across the country will gather in Beijing next week for the annual meeting of parliament,…

Privilege use drops among exporters due to outbreak

The use of free trade agreement (FTA) privileges and the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) by Thai exporters tallied US$62.3 billion in 2020, down 10.5% from a year before, mainly attributed to the pandemic.Of the total, the use of FTA privileges contributed $58.1 billion, down 11.4% year-on-year, while shipments under the GSP stood at $4.2 billion,…

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