SINGAPORE (Oct 1): “I didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s okay.” — US President Donald Trump, in response to laughter by the United Nations General Assembly after he claimed he had done more than any previous US president in less than two years.

Keppel and SPH’s offer for M1 signals doubling down of diversification but irks Axiata

The second- and third-largest shareholders in M1 are teaming up to buy the remaining shares in the telco for $2.06 apiece, a move that has earned the ire of M1’s largest shareholder, Malaysia’s Axiata Group, which presumably was left out of the deal.

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