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TOKYO, July 4 (AFP): Fourteen people were feared dead at a nursing home in western Japan on Saturday as record rainfall triggered massive floods and landslides, forcing authorities to issue evacuation advisories for more than 200,000 residents.
MANILA, July 4 (Reuters): Immigration records showing Wirecard's former chief operating officer Jan Marsalek arrived in the Philippines on June 23 and departed for China the next day were falsified, Philippines Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said on Saturday.
SHANGHAI/BEIJING, July 4 (Reuters): Chinese regulators adopted shock and awe tactics on Saturday to target misbehaving shareholders of banks and insurers by naming and shaming 38 corporate investors for having "gravely" violated rules and laws in their first such exercise.
BEIJING, July 4 (China Daily/ANN): China's services sector saw the strongest expansion in a decade last month as the resumption of business activity accelerates and the country's economy continues to recover, a private survey showed on Saturday.
Now that domestic tourism is open to all Malaysians, travel operators are looking forward to weathering the Covid-19 crisis.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Dozens of people lay flowers on a main Beirut street where a man killed himself on Friday, with some blaming his death on the country's economic collapse that has left more and more Lebanese hungry.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) has urged small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and those who are facing difficulties in repaying their loans once the moratorium ends to start discussions with, and to seek advice from their banks now. The moratorium ends on Sept 30.
LONDON: British banks’ hospitality and retail clients are finally about to completely exit lockdown.
The collapse of fintech darling Wirecard AG into insolvency proceedings is a total embarrassment for Germany, whose regulatory apparatus and corporate-governance system failed to properly scrutinise the company’s accounting practices even as red flags kept being waved.