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LISBON (Reuters) - At midnight nurse Ines Lopes and her colleagues are about to start the night shift taking care of patients in a COVID-19 intensive care unit in the heart of Lisbon. Nursing is a job they love but it barely pays the bills.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's fertility rate fell to the lowest in the world last year, data showed on Wednesday, as uncertainty over the coronavirus discouraged couples from marrying and having children.
Consumption seen returning to pre-Covid levels by July
Austrian banker Gerda Holzinger-Burgstaller is out to shake up the banking sector, a world still dominated by men in dark suits.
ROME (Reuters) - Mario Draghi, the former head of the European Central Bank, confirmed on Friday he was ready to form Italy's next government and unveiled a cabinet with a mix of technocrats and politicians.
When Claire is in her buggy, traffic-related pollution such as soot and particulate matter is logged every 10 seconds. Other parameters, such as wind speed and time of day, are also recorded.
DURING the enforcement of the movement control order last year, Pritika Nagaraj was overwhelmed by her accumulating schoolwork.
Changes in demand patterns and new technologies will drive job creation in new sectors in the next five years.
SEOUL (The Straits Times/ANN): South Korean President Moon Jae-in has voiced hopes for his country to become one of the world's top 10 economies this year, saying that economic growth is expected to rebound to pre-Covid-19 levels by the first half of the year.
An international debate over how countries tax big US technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook is heating up, presenting a challenge for new President Joe Biden’s administration.