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Vietnam: Anti-dumping steel tax imposed

HANOI — The Ministry of Industry and Trade on Thursday officially decided to levy anti-dumping duties on imported coated steel from mainland China (including Hong Kong) and South Korea. Accordingly, Bazhou Sanqiang Metal Products will be taxed 26.36 per cent, BX Steel POSCO Cold Rolled Sheet 38.34 per cent, Bengang Steel Plates 27.36 per cent, […]

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Malaysia: Ringgit lower against US$ early Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit was lower against a rejuvenated US dollar early Friday, said a dealer. At 9.23 am(0123gmt) Friday, the ringgit was quoted at 4.4220/4260 against the dollar from 4.4190/4220 at 6pm on Thursday. The greenback rose on a combination of technical trading and strong first quarter US Gross Domestic Product data. “The 4.42 […]

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Indonesia: Politics may affect rupiah

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s rupiah may reverse gains that made it emerging Asia’s top performer in 2016 as some of the currency’s key supports risk turning into Achilles heels. President Joko Widodo’s economic reforms have underpinned the rupiah’s advance as have the highest Asian bond yields after Pakistan, which make its debt a favourite among foreign investors. […]

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Singapore Exchange said to mull tie-ups with other bourses

SINGAPORE: Even as regulators crack down on yet another round of consolidation among exchange operators, at least one major bourse is still keen to pursue deals. Singapore Exchange Ltd, which runs South-East Asia’s largest stock and derivatives market, has in recent months held exploratory talks about possible tie-ups with overseas exchange operators, people familiar with […]

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