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TOKYO: Japan's government plans to include 32.5 trillion yen (US$302 billion) in direct spending under a second extra budget to be compiled on Wednesday to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic, the Mainichi newspaper reported.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's virus-hit economy could shrink by as much as seven per cent this year -- the worst reading since independence. The warning came after Singapore's deputy prime minister unveiled a fresh support package ealier on Tuesday (May 26)
YANGON: At least 200 houses and other buildings were destroyed by fire in a conflict-ridden state in Myanmar in an incident that has "all the hallmarks" of previous military arson attacks on villages, a rights group said Tuesday (May 26), citing satellite images and witnesses.
BALATONFURED, Hungary (Reuters) - Released from lockdown three weeks ago, Hungarians are making day trips to the blue waters of Lake Balaton, raising hopes that tourism may recover sooner than expected from the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
JAKARTA: As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the Covid-19 (coronavirus), it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts. The Kawal Covid-19 (Guard against Covid-19) group organised a data model presented to the provincial governor of the pandemic.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the new coronavirus, it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts.
BANGKOK (Bernama): Thailand’s largest mobile phone network Advanced Info Service (AIS) has denied reports of a user data leak, saying the data was a test to improve its network.