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BEIJING, May 18 (Xinhua) -- China's top legislature and political advisory body will hold annual sessions this week, more than two months after this key political event was postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
HONG KONG: Most Asian currencies traded in a tight range on Friday (May 15), as data showing China's economy is gradually recovering from the Covid-19 (coronavirus) shock countered worries over worsening Sino-US relations.
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc agreed to buy the remaining 50% stake in its Chinese life insurance venture as the Communist Party-ruled nation opens its financial markets, a sign Chief Executive Noel Quinn is pushing forward with a business overhaul even as he manages the fallout of the virus outbreak.
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI: In this era of pandemic uncertainty, Chinese and Hong Kong-listed firms have come to one consensus on how to best survive it: sit on their wallets and preserve cash. They are retaining profits instead of distributing them to shareholders, with the most Hong Kong dividend payers in at least 35 years opting not to do so in the first quarter.
SINGAPORE: ABN Amro Bank NV on Monday (April 2020) has become the latest lender to make a claim against a Singapore oil trading giant that filed for protection from creditors amid a plunge in oil prices.
HO CHI MINH (Vietnam News/ANN): With South-east Asia facing a funding deficit to meet its burgeoning energy and infrastructure needs, the region needs stronger coordination, skills and transparency in elevating sustainable projects to investors, according to the findings of a report by the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA).
ALL 25 public libraries will be closed from April 7 till May 4 owing to the coronavirus pandemic, announces the National Library Board (NLB).
HONG KONG (AFP) - Asian and European markets mostly dropped Wednesday (April 1) after suffering a diabolical first quarter, with traders contemplating the prospect of lengthy lockdowns as the coronavirus continues its deadly sweep across the planet.
The first day of the two-week movement control order saw a big drop in the number of people at shopping malls and tourist attractions.
The resumption of production in China provides a promising outlook to the European economy which is taking a beating from the Covid-19 pandemic.