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THE extended lockdowns are already causing big challenges to exporters, on top of that, the cost to ship containers has skyrocketed, possibly pushing out exporters of low cost items.
(Reuters) - Shimron Hetmyer's 61 off 36 balls and Dwayne Bravo's unbeaten 47 helped the West Indies seal a comprehensive 56-run victory over Australia in the second Twenty20 international in St Lucia on Saturday, to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
(Reuters) - West Indies fast bowler Obed McCoy took four wickets after Andre Russell's maiden half-century as the Twenty20 world champions produced a superb comeback to outclass Australia by 18 runs in the first game of their five-match series at St Lucia on Friday.
Foreign investors face difficult choices about operating in Myanmar after the February military coup, with few taking the route of leaving as has Norwegian telecoms group Telenor.
(Reuters) - England's makeshift one-day international team put the COVID-19 issues that hit the previous squad behind them to bowl out Pakistan for 141 runs before cruising to a clinical nine-wicket win in the series opener in Cardiff on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Australia test captain Tim Paine has backed Steve Smith's call to skip the Twenty20 World Cup if necessary to completely recover from an elbow injury for the team's Ashes defence against arch-rivals England starting in December.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia batting spearhead Steve Smith is hopeful of recovering in time from an elbow injury for this year's Twenty20 World Cup but says he will skip the tournament if needed to be fully fit for the team's Ashes defence against England at home.
(Reuters) - Alex Carey has no shortage of competition to be Australia's wicketkeeper at the Twenty20 World Cup later this year but the 29-year-old says the race for the gloves is bringing out the best in him.
(Reuters) - Captain Kieron Pollard impressed with bat and ball as West Indies defeated South Africa by 21 runs to level the five-match Twenty20 series at 2-2 on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) -England seamers Sam Curran and David Willey shared nine wickets to set up a crushing eight-wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Thursday as the hosts chased down 241 with seven overs to spare to go 2-0 up in the three-match one-day international series.