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DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai's hospitality industry faces the biggest risk in the Gulf region from travel restrictions triggered by the coronavirus outbreak, analysts at ratings agency S&P Global said on Monday.
BANGKOK (AP): Shares rose in Europe after a mixed session in Asia on Monday (Feb 17), with Shanghai's benchmark jumping 2.3% after the central bank rolled out more support for the economy amid a spreading virus outbreak that has infected more than 71,000 people in more than two dozen countries.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta/ANN): A subsidiary of publicly-listed tobacco company Gudang Garam will start the development of Kediri Airport in East Java in April, with a target to finish first-phase construction by April 2022.
TOKYO (Reuters) - An additional 99 people on a quarantined cruise ship off Yokohama have been confirmed to have been infected with the coronavirus, Japanese media reported on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: The overall health of coral reefs in Malaysia is considered to be “fair”, but has been slowly declining in the last five years, according to a report by Reef Check Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): An analysis of Asia's worst ocean polluters shows Malaysians are the biggest individual consumers of plastic packaging, green group WWF said on Monday (Feb 17), urging the government to limit single-use plastics and work with companies to fund a recycling push.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said on Monday it would limit public crowds in Tokyo to prevent a further spread of the deadly coronavirus, scrapping the emperor's birthday celebrations and closing next month's Tokyo Marathon to all but elite professional runners.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong’s economy is set to take another hit with jobless data for January expected to show a fourth straight monthly increase, extending its longest stretch of gains in a decade after months of political unrest.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Voter support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe fell in three polls published Monday (Feb 17), with two showing public dissatisfaction over his government’s handling of the new coronavirus outbreak as new domestic cases continue to be discovered daily.
MANILA (The Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte will visit popular tourist destinations in the Philippines as the government seeks to promote domestic tourism amid growing concern over the threat of the Covid-19 virus in the country.