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SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Ninja Van has raised US$279mil from backers, including France’s GeoPost SA and ride-hailing giant Grab Holdings Inc, scoring one of South-East Asia’s largest startup investments since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Almost a third of Malaysian companies are expecting their 2020 revenue to drop by more than 30%
PETALING JAYA: The outlook remains unfavourable for banks in Malaysia, as earnings are expected to shrink, while assets might deteriorate while liquidity and funding could come under pressure due to new measures introduced by Bank Negara.
AS the world is coming to terms with the Covid-19 virus pandemic, it is also going to change in more ways than one, such as the behaviour of both consumers and business.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In just six weeks, Boeing Co went from seeking government aid to announcing it no longer needed it. The company's US$25 billion bond issue this week made all the difference.
Low income, rising costs and weak crude prices come into focus
NEW YORK: Royal Dutch Shell Plc cut its dividend for the first time since the Second World War as the oil slump triggered by the coronavirus pandemic reshapes the energy industry.
Around the world, countries have implemented various forms of containment measures to break the infection chain of the coronavirus (Covid-19).
ROYAL Dutch Shell Plc cut its dividend for the first time since the Second World War as the oil slump triggered by the coronavirus pandemic reshapes the energy industry.