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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Than U.S. President Donald Trump's administration pushed lawmakers to send money directly to Americans to counter the economic toll of the coronavirus outbreak, as the Senate weighed a multibillion-dollar emergency bill passed by the House of Representatives.
BANGKOK: Thailand's health ministry on Monday (March 16) has confirmed 33 new cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus), the country's highest daily increase, bringing the total number of cases found in the country to 147.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria will raise the salaries of all medics involved in treating coronavirus patients by 1000 levs (461.36 pounds) per month as it steps up measures to contain the fast-spreading infection, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Sunday.
SINGAPORE: The UK and Switzerland are effectively not trying to combat the coronavirus and cases in the countries are likely to surge in the coming weeks, a Singapore minister said on Sunday (March 15).
Woman becomes angry over long delay on tarmac waiting for health assessments. Customs official says that Shanghai is stepping up medical checks as precaution against imported infection but that travellers need only wait one or two hours.
NEW YORK: Crude prices suffered their biggest daily rout since the 1991 Gulf War on Monday as top producers Saudi Arabia and Russia began a price war that threatens to overwhelm global oil markets with supply.
LAST week was very eventful events as the Fed lowered interest rates and Bank of Canada cut rates 50 basis points, market volatility went up and there was a division in Opec.
Malaysia is raising tax revenue from its large informal economy. But how much can it reap?
BANGKOK: The Bank of Thailand eased some foreign-exchange rules as part of a previously announced plan to temper the baht. The threshold for proceeds that do not need to be repatriated rises to US$1mil from the current US$200,000, effective March 2, the central bank said in a statement Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's health minister on Friday urged the sports-mad country not to fear being infected by the coronavirus when attending major events such as Formula One's season-opening Grand Prix in Melbourne next month.