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AIRASIA Group Bhd, Asia’s leading low cost carrier (LCC), has secured financing to the tune of RM1bil that will give it the much needed cash flow to survive the turbulent times of the industry.
PETALING JAYA: A total of 7,175 people returned to Malaysia from July 24 to Aug 6, it was revealed.
GIANYAR BEACH, Indonesia (Reuters) - More than 10,000 baby turtles were released into the sea off the Indonesian island of Bali on Friday, as part of conservationists' attempts to boost the population of a vulnerable species and promote environmental protection.
COURMAYEUR, Italy (Reuters) - A melting glacier as large as a cathedral is at risk of breaking apart due to a heatwave, forcing the evacuation of part of an Italian alpine valley.
JAKARTA, Aug 7 (Bloomberg): Indonesia, the world’s biggest buyer of sugar, is striving to cut imports by boosting domestic production at a time when rising affluence is increasing demand for sugary food and drinks.
PETALING JAYA: Police detained 140 individuals for violating the recovery movement control order (MCO) on Thursday (Aug 6), says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
KUALA LUMPUR: Financial assistance such as loans with easier terms to AirAsia Group is crucial in helping the struggling low-cost carrier to turn around as its recovery will bring about a huge spillover effect to the broader economy.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnam topped the world in terms of having the most avid savers with 72 per cent, followed by Hong Kong (68 per cent) and Singapore (65 per cent), according to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey released this week.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's party and its allies won an overwhelming two-thirds majority in a parliament election, results showed on Friday, giving him the power to enact sweeping changes to the constitution.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Newly-appointed economic ministers will find it severely difficult to rescue the economy from the Covid-19 fallout, given dwindling financial resources, rising unemployment and the global threat of a second-wave contagion, warn economists