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LONDON: UK airline Flybe collapsed into administration after failing to secure a last-ditch bailout from the government, leaving no other option than to ground the regional carrier serving far-flung parts of the UK.
China coronavirus: WHO in uncharted territory in dealing with emergency in world’s second largest economy
Experts say the World Health Organisation (WHO) faces an unprecedented challenge in deciding whether to declare China coronavirus a global emergencySuch decisions are inherently political, and ‘the bigger the player, the more intense and powerful the pressure’
Whether in their natural habitats or man-made environments, animals should be treated with respect, and tourism needs to be developed responsibly.
LONDON: Global stock markets slumped on Tuesday (Jan 21) as a SARS-like virus taking hold in China spooked investors, while sentiment suffered a knock also from a credit-ratings downgrade to major financial hub Hong Kong, analysts said.
HONG KONG: Thomas Cook is set to be relaunched by its Chinese owner, who plans to use the 178-year-old British tour operator’s brand on a travel platform targeting European customers.
BEIJING: Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. averted becoming the first carrier to collapse in the city in more than a decade after the local licensing authority said it won’t take further action against the embattled company on certain conditions.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's designated prime minister Habib Jemli expects to pull together a new coalition government next week after an election in October produced a fractured parliament.
LONDON: European investors managing assets worth more than 1 trillion pounds ($1.28 trillion) are pressing top auditors to take urgent action on climate-related risks, warning that failure to do so could do more damage than the financial crisis.
LONDON (Reuters) - European investors managing assets worth more than 1 trillion pounds ($1.28 trillion) are pressing top auditors to take urgent action on climate-related risks, warning that failure to do so could do more damage than the financial crisis.
Lloyds Banking Group Plc sought to draw a line in the sand after compensating customers for mis-sold insurance, unveiling what could be its final charge in the scandal. It also announced the retirement of its chairman and another key executive.