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SHANGHAI: China's armies of racing, swerving motorcycle deliverymen have been hailed as saviours during the coronavirus crisis, keeping shut-in citizens fed and stocked up. But it's come with major adjustments for couriers like Gao Yuchao.
KUALA LUMPUR: Yinson Holdings Bhd's units have received letter of intent for two contracts from Aker Energy Ghana Ltd to provide a floating production, storage and offloading (FSPO) vessel and also an operation and maintenance contract.
KUALA LUMPUR: The RM5mil in cash, withdrawn by businessman Saidi Abang Samsudin was meant for “RM”, the High Court here heard during Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s corruption trial.
KUALA LUMPUR: The RM5mil in cash that was transported to a residential unit in the Pavilion building in the city was meant for "RM", the High Court heard.
THE human population has shown a sharp increase over the 20th century, going from around 1bil in 1804 to 2bil in 1927, according to the Worldometer. The rate has since increased to 7.7bil as of April last year.
Diners can find local hawker favourites here along with Korean and Thai fare.
AZAZ, Syria (Reuters) - Last month Hussam Shamo, a baker in northern Syria, stopped selling his bread in Syrian pounds after the latest slump in the currency forced him to push up prices yet again.
While coronavirus fears curtail much of China's bustle, traders are getting back to business at the world's largest electronics market, buying and selling from bags and suitcases on the streets outside their shut premises.
Coronavirus: China’s private bookstores struggling to survive as sales drop 90%, stores remain closed
China has over 70,000 brick-and-mortar bookstores, but they are among numerous small and medium-sized enterprises struggling due to a lack of customers. The virus is a further blow to the industry that was already under pressure from online rivals, as well as a growing trend of reading books on electronic devices.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia's finance minister proposed on Wednesday (Feb 19) new duties on sweetened drinks, vehicles that emit carbon dioxide and plastic bags, to control consumption of the products in South-east Asia's largest economy.