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A LOT has been said about how much the tourism industry is suffering from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
IT is a sign of the times when banks are told to start being sympathetic towards their customers and clients.
HONG KONG: The world of stocks has changed a lot in just three weeks. At least seven Asian markets have rebounded more than 20% from their March lows, pushing the region’s benchmark to a level just 3% away from technical bull territory
While prison was on the table, the District Court judge said time at a training centre would serve as deterrent enoughDefence lawyers had argued the 18-year-old suffered from bipolar disorder and had been bullied by peers
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia joined key Asian market to post strong gains as investors’ risk appetite were embolden by US President Donald Trump’s plan to get the American economy going again.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets posted healthy gains on Friday (April 17) after official data in China showed the coronavirus pandemic had not hit economic growth as badly as some had feared.
A semblance of normal life is slowly returning to China. People are heading to work, visiting malls, and even shopping at the wet markets that were among the places where coronavirus was first identified. But one gathering place remains closed: the cinema.