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KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI descended lower to the 1,200 support on Thursday as investors continued their exodus from equities to safer ground.
HONG KONG (AFP): With commercial airlines engulfed by the maelstrom of the coronavirus pandemic one sector of the industry favoured by the wealthy is thriving: private jets.
SEREMBAN: Newspaper agents here are crying foul after being told by the Seremban City Council (MBS) that they are not allowed to sell newspapers while the movement control order (MCO) is in force.
Hong Kong star Gigi Leung shows how she protects herself while working during the Covid-19 pandemic
Coronavirus can be transmitted through faeces, Chinese University study confirms, with experts suggesting stool tests as alternative screening tool
Some respiratory system specimens tested negative for Covid-19 but coronavirus was detected in faecal samples from all 14 patients in studyNone of the urine specimens contained the virus, and it was only detected in the blood of four patients
Lau Wing-kau pleads guilty to one count of throwing corrosive fluid with intent and presents a mitigation letter from his wife, while seeking a lenient sentenceBut judge says ‘acid throwing is a vile offence which is resorted to far too readily’ and ‘the court has to consider deterrence as an element of the sentence’
AS Malaysia strives to remain competitive for the future of production, the nation still faces challenges in producing highly skilled labour, and in strengthening its technological and innovative developments. (1)
LONDON/HONG KONG: One of Noel Quinn's first jobs as chief executive of HSBC will be to review the radical revamp he unveiled last month as interim boss, a senior source at the bank said.
HONG KONG: The coronavirus pandemic is hitting the cashflow of China Vanke, thanks to a drop of 51 billion yuan (US$7.3bil) in sales in February and March from a year ago, the nation’s second largest property developer by sales said yesterday.
BEIJING: Tencent Holdings Ltd is set to give a glimpse of how the world’s largest gaming company has fared from the coronavirus outbreak after curbs forced millions to stay at home, driving up demand for online games and streaming services.