UNDER CONSTRUCTION: This aerial photo taken upon landing in Singapore shows construction sites and buildings seen from the air. (Brendan Smialowski, AFP)
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Headwinds for China have intensified at the start of the third quarter, with manufacturing conditions in China deteriorating to their worst in two years in July.
Experts have explained how the US government can let go of oversight over a non-profit global internet body that is responsible for names such as .com and .net.
US equities have opened little changed as oil prices rallied and the Chinese stock market notched strong gains following new government measures.
Oil prices have rebounded after falling steeply owing to weak Chinese and US manufacturing and continued worries about the global supply glut.
When buying a sectional title property, an owner invests in a community rather than just acquiring a property, states the Absa Homeowners Insights survey.
Britain took a £1.1bn loss on its first sale of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland, sparking accusations of an unnecessarily rushed and costly disposal.
European stock markets have fallen as investors reacted to the fallout from Greece, with focus on the banking sector.
The head of the Greek stock market says that trading appeared to be settling down after the previous day's record losses that followed a five-week shut down.