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Due to the recent outbreak of Covid-19 in Thailand, tens of thousands of Cambodian migrant workers have returned home out of fear of the virus and, in many cases, due to the loss of their jobs.Some returning migrants have brought Covid-19 along with them, including the highly contagious Delta variant, prompting the government to institute a number of policy changes in response.
The Philippines will continue its money borrowings this year and in 2022 to support its Covid-19 response measures and economic recovery program amid the pandemic, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez said on Monday.
The tens of millions of dollars worth of crude oil on board the MT Strovolos that were illegally taken out of Cambodian waters in mid-June – and seized by the Indonesian Navy a month later – belongs to Cambodia, says its MInistry.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A former Land Transport Authority (LTA) deputy group director was on Thursday (Sept 2) sentenced to 5½ years' jail for taking about S$1.24 million in bribes in the form of loans from contractors and sub-contractors.
Vietnam firms await new bank incentive policies; many are awaiting incentive policies to overcome pandemic issues
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) is consulting on a draft circular for incentive policies to support firms with access to bank loans to overcome difficulties in the Covid-19 pandemic.
An uncertain fate awaits the hawkers, drivers and rough sleepers who have made a second home under the ornate arched ceiling of Bangkok’s century-old central railway station.
End of the line looms for hawkers and rough sleepers at Bangkok's century-old central railway station
An uncertain fate awaits the hawkers, drivers and rough sleepers who have made a second home under the ornate arched ceiling of Bangkok's century-old central railway station.
CANNED food and beverage manufacturer Rex Industry Bhd’s three-year turnaround plan was completed recently and this has brought the group back into profitability, including at the operating profit level.
MEININGEN, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's ruling conservatives will have a hidden weapon in their campaign to remain in office when Angela Merkel calls time on 16 years as chancellor next month - a right-winger who many of them are however reluctant to call their own.