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THE contraction in China’s foreign trade is set to continue through the second quarter, as global demand remains depressed by measures to curb the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): The big debate over whether face masks can help contain the spread of Covid-19 is shifting quickly, with more countries requiring citizens to cover their faces in public
MY friend, who is the chief risk officer of a major international bank in Singapore texted this message in our chat group: “Dear bros, preparing for a global recession
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose modestly on Tuesday, but settled off the day's highs as the coronavirus pandemic's heavy toll on demand offset hopes for a forthcoming US$2 trillion U.S. economic relief package.
In recent years, environmental activists have increasingly focused on pollution caused by the rapidly expanding aviation industry.
NEW YORK: The dollar and global equities rose on Wednesday as a strong showing by Joe Biden in the U.S. Democratic presidential primaries cheered the markets, though the economy-slowing coronavirus outbreak kept investors on tenterhooks.
BEIJING (Reuters): China will use a Roche Holding AG arthritis drug to treat some coronavirus patients in severe condition, health authorities said on Wednesday (March 4), as the country seeks to build up treatment regimens to help the infected recover.
Exclusive: U.N. aviation agency weighs restrictions on carbon credits under fire by climate activists
MONTREAL/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The United Nations is weighing restrictions for a scheme designed to help airlines offset their carbon emissions, curbing industry funding for older projects whose environmental benefits have been disputed by climate activists.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will post its biggest budget deficit since at least 1997, pledging S$6.4bil (US$4.6bil) in dedicated support for an economy being slammed by the (Covid-19) coronavirus outbreak. The deficit will widen to 2.1% of gross domestic product in the year through March 2021 from a projected 0.3% in the current fiscal year, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said Tuesday (Feb 18) in Parliament.