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The prolonged spread of Covid-19 continues to dismantle the Cambodian restaurant industry. According to a new research, the industry has suffered a cumulative 80 per cent drop over 2019-2021 period.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Authorities in Mekong Delta provinces are helping farmers sell their harvests after they were found struggling amid Covid-19 transport and movement restrictions.
(Reuters) - The All Whites nickname used by New Zealand's national football team could be ditched as part of a review New Zealand Football (NZF) has launched into cultural diversity.
One day very soon, a struggling swimmer caught in a riptide off Baldwin County’s beaches could look up to see a drone dropping a lifesaving float.
AUSTIN: United States shale output is rising again just as a resurgence in Covid cases eats away at driving demand, a sign that the delta variant is undercutting a rally in the world’s biggest oil consumer.
TOKYO (TOKYO (Xinhua): The number of private properties for vacation rental in Japan has declined as the Covid-19 pandemic significantly lowered the travel demand, dashing hopes for more foreign visitors during the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, local media reported Sunday (Aug 22).Xinhua): The number of private properties for vacation rental in Japan has declined as the Covid-19 pandemic significantly lowered the travel demand, dashing hopes for more foreign visitors during the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, local media reported Sunday (Aug 22).
(Reuters) - Sweden's Anna Nordqvist roared to the top of the women's British Open leaderboard with a faultless seven-under-par 65 at a murky and damp Carnoustie on Saturday.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices steadied on Friday, clambering away from three-month lows, but they were still on track for a weekly loss of more than 5% as new lockdowns in countries facing surging cases of the COVID-19 Delta variant dampened the outlook for fuel demand.
Coupang is facing renewed criticism from labour unions and customers about working conditions, with the trigger being a deadly fire at a fulfillment center in June.