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BANGKOK: Thailand is turning to a less-travelled path to bypass supply-chain roadblocks and deliver perishables to China, its biggest customer in Asia.
FRANKFURT: Former Wirecard chief operating officer Jan Marsalek travelled to Minsk soon after he was suspended and may still be in Belarus or Russia, a German magazine reported on Saturday.
Rome: Italy reopens to travellers from Europe on Wednesday, three months after the country went into coronavirus lockdown, with all hopes pinned on reviving the key tourism industry as the summer season begins.
TOKYO: The dollar edged higher against most Asian units on Monday as worries about a standoff between the United States and China over civil liberties in Hong Kong fuelled demand for safe-haven currencies.
FOR the past decade, Silicon Valley and its workers were big winners in a world of haves and have nots.
KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects Eversendai Corp Bhd, Kejuruteraan Asastera Bhd, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB), Scientex Bhd and Sime Darby Plantation Bhd to be among the stocks to watch on Thursday.
CURRENT global economic environment clearly points towards a more downside risk following slower growth and trade environment.
GENEVA/BEIJING: The coronavirus spread further on Friday, with cases reported for the first time in at least six countries across four continents, battering markets and leading the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise its impact risk alert to "very high."
CAMBODIAN Prime Minister Hun Sen stood out in regional diplomacy this month as he became the first foreign leader to visit Beijing amid fears over the highly contagious and deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak that is hitting Wuhan and other parts of China.
WE are used to say the axiom: “When the Wall Street sneezes, the rest of the world catch a cold”. This time around, Wall Street is still at near record high and it has not “sneezed” but half way around the globe, we have a new bug, and the world is catching a cold. Yes, it’s the coronavirus or what is now known as Covid-19.