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        [TOKYO] The Japanese government has guaranteed most of a loan to Nissan Motor from the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ), a source said, taking its guarantee to more than 40 per cent of 713 billion...

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        DESPITE deep cuts in the latest quarterly earnings of Singapore-listed companies and trusts, the worst is now behind them, said DBS Group Research in a market strategy report on Monday.

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        [NEW YORK] Headrest canopies and fabric barriers between seats could start appearing in airplane cabins as the embattled industry tries to ward off the coronavirus.

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        [ROME] Italian cruise ship Costa Deliziosa returned to service on Sunday, setting sail from the Adriatic port of Trieste after a coronavirus furlough of more than five months.

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        TWO shipping brothers on Germany's Rhine faced a dilemma that has become increasingly common on Europe's most important river.

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        The Capesize market suffered a technical correction this week, with the timecharter average shedding $1,792 to close at $16,252.

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        [BERLIN] Volkswagen (VW) sees no need for a four-day week at its plants to secure jobs despite a growing shift to electric cars that are easier to build and require fewer workers, the company's...

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        [TIANJIN] China will roll out a new package of policies to support hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to improve the industry's supply chain and technologies, a government official said on Saturday.

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        [COLOMBO] A fire-stricken oil tanker was pushed away from Sri Lanka's coast and into deeper waters on Saturday, rescuers said, after successfully containing the blaze during a 36-hour operation....

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        [BOSTON] A US judge authorised the extradition of two American men to face charges in Japan that they helped former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn escape criminal prosecution.