You have searched for "travel curbs"
Showing 1-10 of 266
HONG KONG, Oct 16 (SCMP): For the first time in nearly 10 months, Hong Kong residents will be able to travel abroad without having to be quarantined following a “travel bubble” deal between the island and Singapore.
LONDON/SINGAPORE, Oct 12 (Reuters): Global stocks hit five-week highs on Monday led by China's post-holiday surge as investors bet on a steady recovery for the world's no. 2 economy, but worries about rising COVID-19 infections capped gains in Europe and the United States.
TOKYO, Oct 12 (Reuters): Japan and Vietnam will allow short-term business travel with each other as they aim to boost their economies following travel curbs to rein in the coronavirus, the Yomiuri daily has reported.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany should continue capping the number of people allowed at gatherings and clamp down on unnecessary travel as the country battles rising coronavirus infections, an aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday.
SINGAPORE/HOUSTON (Reuters) - When miners at Indonesia's giant Grasberg gold and copper mine started testing positive for coronavirus early in the pandemic, the mountain-top mining complex was quickly locked down with a skeletal staff left in place to maintain production.But as months of travel curbs dragged on, angry workers blockaded the mine for four days in August until the operator - a unit of U.S. miner Freeport McMoRan Inc
MANILA, Oct 5 (Reuters): Philippine Airlines Inc (PAL) said on Monday it is cutting up to a third of its workforce, or around 2,700 jobs, as the aviation sector continues to suffer from pandemic-driven travel curbs.
SINGAPORE: Asian refineries’ profit margins for jet fuel have hit their highest levels in two months as demand for heating oil kerosene picked up before North Asia’s winter, but analysts do not expect margins to fully recover until the coronavirus-hit aviation sector is back to normal.
TOKYO: Japan and South Korea are likely to agree as early as this week to restart short- and long-term business travel between the two countries, the Nikkei reported, in a move aimed at helping their economies following travel curbs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
BANGKOK: Thailand will receive its first foreign vacationers when a flight from China arrives next week, marking the gradual restart of a vital tourism sector battered by coronavirus travel curbs, a senior official said yesterday.
BANGKOK, Sept 29 (Reuters): Thailand will receive its first foreign vacationers when a flight from China arrives next week, marking the gradual restart of a vital tourism sector battered by coronavirus travel curbs, a senior official said on Tuesday.