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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - As coronavirus lockdowns disrupt food supply chains and shuttered restaurants curb demand for some of their produce, Belgium's farmers are grappling with another crisis - drought.
(Reuters) - When Yahaira Caraballo opened her nail salon in the Bronx, New York nearly seven years ago, it was a bare-bones shop with two nail technicians.
KUALA LUMPUR: S&P Global Ratings has lowered its long-term issuer credit rating on Genting Bhd from 'BBB+' to 'BBB' and its key US subsidiary, Resorts World Las Vegas (RWLV) from 'BBB' to 'BBB-' on slow recovery prospects.
PETALING JAYA: Power Root Bhd’s net profit rose almost 156% to RM12.67mil for its fourth quarter to March 31,2020 due to an overall improvement in sales, strengthening of the US dollar which contributed to higher foreign exchange gain and an one-off impairment on trade receivables provided in the previous year’s corresponding quarter.
HANOI (Vietnam News): Vietnam's pushback of the Covid-19 pandemic has helped shrimp exporters raise their competitiveness on the world market, overtaking competitors such as India and Ecuador, which are still struggling with the outbreak and not yet able to return to normal production.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Tencent Holdings Ltd has raised US$6 billion in debt in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland technology company said on Thursday, in the largest debt deal by an Asian corporate in 2020.
HONG KONG: Tencent Holdings Ltd has raised $6 billion in debt, the Chinese technology company said on Thursday, in the largest debt deal by an Asian corporate in 2020.
In wake of the recent onslaught of bad reviews, Google deleted millions of negative TikTok reviews on the Play Store.
NAYPYIDAW (Xinhua): Myanmar parliament approved to get US$700 million of loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to finance the country's deficit for 2019-20 fiscal year (FY) at a meeting on Tuesday (May 26).
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (May 26) announced a S$33 billion supplementary Budget aimed primarily at helping workers and businesses pull through the Covid-19 pandemic and the bleak economic outlook ahead.