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Maubeuge: Thousands of workers rallied Saturday outside the Renault factory in northern France to protest the automaker’s decision to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide, including 4,600 in France.
BRUSSELS: Modern economies will change forever after the coronavirus pandemic passes if some radical thinkers get their way.
BEIJING: Activity in China's services sector expanded at a faster clip in May as measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak were lifted, official data showed on Sunday, suggesting business and consumer confidence may slowly be improving.
BEIJING: China's factory activity rose for a third straight month in May as companies got back to business after strict measures to contain the coronavirus were eased, but a deep contraction in export orders means the recovery remains sluggish.
PETALING JAYA: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd reported a net profit of RM72.96mil for its first quarter ended March 31, compared with RM87.60mil in the previous corresponding period, while revenue in the first three months of this year stood at RM589.87mil from RM659.92mil a year earlier.
Technology has been used globally in different ways to track and contain the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
After experiencing political changes earlier this year and the onslaught of new coronavirus disease (Covid-19), it’s high time that Malaysia took another look at its national digital plan.
TOKYO: Shimano Inc, a 99-year-old Japanese maker of brakes, gears and components, is poised to take advantage of the global surge in demand for bicycles across the globe as people embrace new modes of transportation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles: Several major Las Vegas casinos say they will reopen next week after being closed for more than two months because of the coronavirus pandemic -- welcome news for Nevada, which heavily relies on the massive gaming industry for its economic wellbeing.
CARACAS: Venezuela has reached a deal with the U.N. Development Programme (UNDP) to destine part of its gold in Bank of England accounts toward the purchase of food and medicine during the coronavirus pandemic, its central bank governor said on Wednesday.