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LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and members of his government risk significant political damage for their decision to introduce extremely tough restrictions on London and parts of the south-east England and withdraw a significant part of the social accommodations they had announced for Christmas gatherings.
BEIJING: As the year draws to an end, China is expected to become the only major economy to record positive growth in 2020.
BEIJING: China has laid out economic priorities for the next year, pledging to maintain the consistency, stability and sustainability of its macro policies, expand domestic demand, strengthen anti-monopoly efforts and step up all-around opening up.
THE emergence of disruptive technologies, pursued after the Covid-19 outbreak, has intensified the world’s adoption of automation and digitalisation to embrace new ways of doing things.
Centre will act as springboard to market high-tech to Asean
IT has been just over a year since Lee Chi-beom took up his posting as South Korea’s Ambassador to Malaysia.
MUNICH: Automakers are fundamentally rethinking motorsports for the electric age, so much so that even the team dominating the highest-echelon auto-racing circuit must break new ground.
LAST year was a one of deep anger with ourselves, our fate, other people and the politicians. We were angry for good reasons, but more so with reason itself.
WASHINGTON: US economic growth could surge later this year if most Americans are vaccinated against the coronavirus, but the gains would unlikely be enough for the Federal Reserve to withdraw its support, according to Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester.