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TO cushion the impact of the movement control order (MCO), the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) is deferring loan repayments until Sept 30 this year.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s central bank said on Tuesday (March 31) local lenders will offer additional relief for consumers and companies battered by the sharp economic slowdown and the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, including a freeze on mortgage and business loan payments and cuts to credit card rates.
The outbreak of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments on Friday related to the global economy, the work place and the spread of the virus.
HONG KONG: Finance ministers and central-bank governors logging in for this week’s virtual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank will say the right thing, promising to work together to confront the economic fallout of the coronavirus. The question is whether they will do the right thing and take concrete steps to allow the necessary cooperation and coordination.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's mafia clans are taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to buy favour with poor families facing financial ruin, prosecutors and officials say, and are offering loans and food in what is seen as an age-old recruitment tactic.
FATALITY figures from the Covid-19 pandemic are increasing every day around the globe. At the time of writing, almost 150 thousand lives have been lost with the number of infections already more than 2,000,000. There is no news yet on the availability of any vaccine and, therefore, the above numbers are likely to increase in the coming months.
THE Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Sultan Abdul Samad Library (PSAS) is seeing a rise in users of its online teaching, learning and research services.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): In September, as Hong Kong's streets filled with tear gas and protesters, third-generation heir Tony Yeung remained confident the city's economy would bounce back from the turmoil. He regularly flew between Asia and Europe helping his family office and partners hunt for deals.
MANILA: The Philippines raised US$2.35bil in a bond sale, becoming the latest emerging nation to pay up for funds as governments seek to shield their economies from the coronavirus pandemic. The South-East Asian nation, which is facing its worst deficit ratio in two decades, issued the securities in two parts.