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ROME, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- By any measure, Italy's tourism sector has been ravaged by the global coronavirus outbreak. But analysts said the sector would be able to snap back once the pandemic is over, though it would need reforms to do so.
PETALING JAYA: Continuous planting efforts and the recent disposal of two subsidiaries will put TSH Resources Bhd in good stead for strong growth.
MODENA: It’s fitting that the Maserati getting a cameo in the latest James Bond film isn’t its new supercar, but a 1990s model careening off a big bump in the road.
“DID inflation-targeting kill India’s growth story?” asks the headline of a recent article in the Mint newspaper.
PETALING JAYA: The local stock market continued its losing streak led by falls in glove stocks as investors took profits after a significant rally since March this year.
JAKARTA: The unexpected decision to put Indonesia’s capital back into a tougher lockdown has surprised analysts and investors and threatens to prolong the recovery of South-East Asia’s largest economy.
KABUL (Reuters) - Six prisoners sought by the Taliban left Kabul on a flight to Doha on Thursday evening, two government sources told Reuters, as the insurgents confirmed they would start long-awaited peace talks on Saturday.
BENI, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Suspected Islamist militants have killed more than 20 people during attacks on two villages in eastern Congo, the government said on Thursday, the latest in a string of massacres the United Nations has said may constitute war crimes.
ByteDance Ltd is increasingly likely to miss a Trump administration deadline for the sale of its TikTok US operations.