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BEIJING (Reuters): China’s ports and shipping firms are bracing for a second wave of supply chain disruptions that may be deeper and more prolonged than during the country’s coronavirus lockdown as the global spread of the virus chokes off international demand.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Presidents Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday discussed cooperation between the two countries in the fight against coronavirus, as Brazil's health minister warned that infection rates and lack of medical supplies were a big concern.
SINGAPORE: Crude oil futures surged on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he expected Saudi Arabia and Russia to reach a deal soon to end their oil price war and Russian President Vladimir Putin called for a solution to "challenging" oil markets.
MEXICO CITY/TIJUANA (Reuters) - Mexico's medical device industry is scrambling to meet an eleven-fold jump in demand for ventilators as patients with respiratory conditions linked to the coronavirus pandemic overwhelm hospitals in the United States and Europe.
Three years ago, manufacturing gadgets in China was a given. That’s changed fundamentally in the era of trade wars and coronavirus.
ALMATY (Reuters) - Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev ordered the government on Tuesday to increase state pensions and welfare payouts by 10%, provide more tax breaks for small businesses and boost spending on subsidies.
SHANGHAI: The first batch of avocados imported from the Philippines weighing 7,656kg arrived at the Waigaoqiao Port in Pudong New Area of Shanghai on Monday, the local customs officers announced on Tuesday (March 31).
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose, tracking higher edible oil prices and a weaker ringgit, but demand concerns capped gains as top buyer India has imposed a national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: The government will continue to engage stakeholders to identify their concerns arising from the movement control order (MCO) in order to contain the economic fallout from Covid-19, says Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.