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Airports and roads have been emptied by the coronavirus pandemic but the Philippines will keep building them, banking on a US$160bil (RM693bil) infrastructure plan to revive an economy slammed by the outbreak.
BANGKOK, May 13 (The Nation/ANN) - Amid slump in demand, auto companies have lowered motorcycle production this year to 1.8 million units although they say it is hard to assess when the market will recover.
HANOI, May 13 (Vietnam News/ANN) — The equitisation of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) is being hindered by troublesome policies, lack of transparency in land management and the Covid-19 pandemic, experts said.
HANOI, May 13 (Vietnam News/ANN) – The State Bank of Việt Nam on Tuesday decided to slash many rates by up to 0.5 percentage points for the second time in 30 days in a bid to get the economy back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic.
TIRANA (Reuters) - Albania plans to legalise the cultivation of cannabis for medical purposes, six years after beginning a crackdown on an illegal trade that turned it, by some accounts, into Europe's largest outdoor grower of cannabis.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's coalition parties quarrelled on Tuesday over a move to grant permits to irregular migrants working in farms and as carers, in a row that delayed the approval of a stimulus package for the coronavirus-hit economy.
LAOS has submitted plans to build a new hydropower dam on the Mekong River, with construction expected to start later this year, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) said.
Indian authorities used drones and fire engines to disinfect the pandemic-hit city of Ahmedabad on Saturday, as virus cases surged and police clashed with migrant workers protesting against a reinforced lockdown.