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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government will provide discounts of up to 30 per cent for both foreign and local travelLers in a bid to revive Indonesia’s tourism, as more tourists cancel their vacation plans to the country over fears of the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
BRUSSELS (AFP): Travel restrictions imposed on China over its virus outbreak are only fuelling "panic" and threatening attempts to resume business, the country's ambassador to the EU warned on Tuesday (Feb 18).
HANOI: Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways expects to buy 12 Boeing Co 777x jumbo jets in the second quarter, according to chairman Trinh Van Quyet, in what would be a multi-billion-dollar boost for the US plane-maker after it failed to win a single order for any of its aircraft in January.
BEIJING: Joint efforts are being made to crack down on the illegal trade of wild animals as the country has more than 70,000 people infected with Covid-19, which is believed to have started in a wildlife market in Hubei province.
KUALA LUMPUR: A report published on Tuesday (Feb 18) listed Malaysians as the biggest per capita users of plastic packaging in a region responsible for more than half the plastic litter in the world's oceans. The report by the World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) covers China, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, which together account for "around 60% of plastic debris entering the ocean."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When Michael Bloomberg steps onto the Democratic debate stage for the first time on Wednesday, he will be ready to dismiss rivals like Joe Biden, who as vice president made "speeches that somebody writes for him," and Pete Buttigieg, "mayor of a town."
Authorities in Indian-controlled Kashmir have registered a case against unidentified Internet users who employed virtual private networks, or VPNs, to circumvent a social media ban in the disputed region, police said Feb 18, in an apparent effort to stop their use.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday qualified for this week's Democratic presidential debate in Nevada, putting him on the same stage as his rivals for the first time in the race for the party's nomination.
A top EU official for digital policy warned on Feb 17 that big tech companies could face tougher rules and penalties in Europe if they failed to adequately curb hate speech and disinformation.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Despite North Korea's ban on foreign tourism over coronavirus fears, the isolated nation has announced plans to stage its "Mass Games", featuring thousands of dancers, gymnasts and singers, as soon as August, tour companies said on Tuesday.