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BEIJING: Choong Chi Jiong who is a student from Tsinghua University here, has been taking online classes from his Malaysian home since Monday as the campus was shut down following the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak.
SHANGHAI: China cut the benchmark lending rate on Thursday, as widely expected, as the authorities move to lower financing costs for businesses and support an economy jolted by a severe coronavirus outbreak.
SHANGHAI: Chinese personal computer (PC) maker Lenovo Group warned on Thursday it faced short-term volatility and challenges from the coronavirus outbreak, as it reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and record revenue.
BEIJING: China plans to take over indebted conglomerate HNA Group Co and sell off its airline assets, the most dramatic step to date by the state to contain the deepening economic damage from the deadly coronavirus outbreak. HNA-related shares rose.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told local governments to make sure farmers don’t miss the crucial grain planting season during a critical time for controlling the spread of coronavirus.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - If bickering over funding was an Olympic sport, Australia would be in line for a gold that might help slow the nation's seemingly inexorable slide down the medals table.
Zhang Yan learned first-hand how the coronavirus is ravaging China’s once booming real estate economy. The Shanghai landlord on Internet home-listings platform Danke was surprised when she recently got a terse notice from the company declaring it would withhold all rental payments for a month because of the epidemic.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China, together with some other countries, has been removed from the United States' list of 'developing' nations and considered as a 'developed' country when it comes to international trade, according to a recent notice issued by the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR).
Malaysia's MYEG Services Bhd said on Feb 19 it had developed a coronavirus risk-profiling system for visitors from China and was offering the artificial intelligence-based service to the governments of Malaysia and the Philippines.
BEIJING: Chinese banks extended a record 3.34 trillion yuan ($476.42 billion) in new yuan loans in January, up from December and exceeding analyst expectations.