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SINGAPORE: In the world of business, it’s small- and medium-size enterprises that will be worst-hit by the effects of Covid-19, and almost half fear they will fail within three months
France accused the United States on Sept 9 of seeking to undermine international talks to update cross-border taxation for the digital age and urged Europe to prepare an EU tax if the negotiations fail.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -A digital levy to be proposed by the European Commission in the coming weeks to fund its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will apply to hundreds of companies, the majority of them European, its executive vice-president Margrethe Vestager said.
SEREMBAN: Contract doctors planning to hold a protest on Monday (July 26) have been urged to reconsider their decision.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s tax amnesty programme introduced by the Pakatan Harapan government may not achieve its target as it inches closer to its deadline in less than two weeks’ time.
France’s former digital affairs minister wants to force Internet giants like Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple to reveal how much profit they make in France, saying the companies are understating their French activities to a vast extent.
SINGAPORE (ANN): Malay students in Singapore have achieved a historic first by outperforming the average international student in mathematics, the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) results show.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea needs to train for potential infectious disease outbreaks worse than COVID-19 and detailed treatment guidelines, as risks of more frequent such outbreaks rise and public sickbeds remain tight, a senior government official said.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will add 4,000 medical students over the next 10 years to swell the number of its doctors and strengthen the response to future public health crises, government and ruling party officials say.
LONDON (Reuters) - World oil demand will plateau in the late 2030s and could by then have begun to decline, OPEC said on Thursday, in a major shift for the producer group that reflects the lasting impact of the coronavirus crisis on the economy and consumer habits.