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KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s decision to expand the Labour Recalibration Programme to include illegal immigrants in restaurant, cargo, wholesale and retail, and cleaning services sub-sectors would help resuscitate the national economy faster.
TOKYO: Japanese companies think the country will suffer a fourth round of coronavirus infections, with many bracing for a further blow to business, a Reuters monthly poll showed.
LONDON: As London’s shops and pub gardens reopen for the first weekend in three months, funds targeting smaller UK companies are among the best performers in Europe thanks to a rally in domestic stocks that benefit from Britain’s vaccine rollout success.
PETALING JAYA: As eateries re-open for business with the easing of movement restrictions, the poultry industry should see a better year from improved demand for eggs and broilers or chickens raised for meat.
Conglomerate sets up 1st plant-based food facility in Asean
BENGALURU: Activity in India’s dominant services industry expanded for the sixth consecutive month in March, supported by strong domestic demand, but some momentum was lost as authorities imposed fresh restrictions following a surge in coronavirus cases, a survey showed.
BENGALURU: Indian shares inched higher on Wednesday, ahead of a central bank decision that could leave interest rates at record lows, as a second surge in domestic coronavirus cases sparked fears about the impact on economic growth.