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DURING my two-week trip to Indonesia, I observed there was a serious discussion about ekonomi koronavirus (literally coronavirus economy). The debate was on the impact of the outbreak, particularly to Indonesia. Ironically, as of last Thursday, there was no case of the disease among its populace or reports of foreigners contacting the disease.
PETALING JAYA: Premier League champions Sabah will return home from their tour of Surabaya with more questions than answers.
BEIJING: China's top economic planner announced on Sunday (Feb 16) that it would invest 230 million yuan (US$32.92mil) from the central budget to shore up the battle against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
JAKARTA: A city in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province known for exotic animals has stopped sales over Covid-19 epidemic (coronavirus) fears, a health official said on Saturday (Feb 15). Tomohon is known for its market that sells meat and live animals including rat, snake, bat and monkey for consumption.
SEOUL: South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said Japan should take faster measures to lift export curbs on key semiconductor components. Japan should carry out "more visible and sincere steps” to remove the restrictions of such shipments to South Korea, she said.
KUALA LUMPUR: India’s halt on Malaysian palm oil imports has disrupted global edible oil trade flows, with Indonesia diverting supplies to feed India, Malaysia rushing to tap markets left behind by Jakarta, and India substituting palm with other oils.
KUALA LUMPUR: FGV Holdings Bhd is venturing into the dairy farm business with the purchase of a majority stake in a fresh milk producer.
KUALA LUMPUR/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's halt on Malaysian palm oil imports has disrupted global edible oil trade flows, with Indonesia diverting supplies to feed India, Malaysia rushing to tap markets left behind by Jakarta, and India substituting palm with other oils.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): To lower the influence of the novel coronavirus epidemic on business, Chinese flower merchants are taking active steps to find a way out through both flower imports and exports and domestic sales while seeking to maintain a positive frame of mind during the special period.
LISBON (Reuters) - The lush, green hills where Paulo Pires has for years brought sheep to graze above his picturesque Portuguese village may soon be transformed by the race to power electric vehicles.