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KUALA LUMPUR: US companies in Malaysia have resumed operations and are adjusting to the post Covid-19 recovery phase - with a focus on mitigating the risks that emerged while driving efficiency and productivity.
IT’S hard to find an investor who hadn’t already assumed some form of second wave of Covid-19 when economies reopen, so why did stock markets panic at the hint of a relapse last week?
The Future of Work is generally characterised by technology - artificial intelligence, remote working structure and a digital platform which will affect three key areas - work, workforce and workplace.
Indonesia's plan to impose 10% value-added tax (VAT) on digital services offered by technology giants is not the subject of a trade investigation by the United States, Indonesia's finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Tuesday.
LONDON: Britain's economy shrank by a record 20.4% in April from March as the country spent the month in a tight coronavirus lockdown, official data showed on Friday in what is likely to be the low point of the slump before a long and slow recovery.
LABUAN: Labuan Corporation (LC) has unveiled post-COVID-19 incentives to mitigate the pandemic impacts on the people’s wellbeing.
The United States is investigating digital services taxes being adopted or considered by Britain, Italy, Brazil and other countries.
KUALA LUMPUR (The Straits Times/ANN): China's control of the base ingredients to make medicines gives the Asian giant leverage over the production of a coronavirus vaccine no matter who wins the global race to discover it.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When Manit Parikh's mother tested positive for the new coronavirus, she was rushed by ambulance to Mumbai's private Lilavati Hospital, but officials told the family no critical-care beds were available.