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KUALA LUMPUR: The domestic market opened on a weak footing on Monday amid ongoing caution over the rising number of new coronavirus infections in the country.
TOKYO: Japanese companies think the country will suffer a fourth round of coronavirus infections, with many bracing for a further blow to business, a Reuters monthly poll showed.
SYDNEY: Hundreds of passengers thronged Australian airports on Monday as an open border system began with New Zealand, a pandemic milestone that allows Australian residents to fly there for the first time in over a year without having to quarantine for two weeks.
OTTAWA: Canada's first budget in two years, to be presented to parliament on Monday, proposes a sales tax for online platforms and e-commerce warehouses, a digital services tax for Web giants and a luxury tax on items like yachts, government sources familiar with the document said.
Facebook will announce a series of products under the umbrella of "social audio" on Monday, including its take on audio-chat app Clubhouse and a push into podcast discovery and distribution, Recode reported on Sunday.
A FEW years ago ESG (environment, social and governance) was unheard of at most AGMs. But now, questions are being raised as to how sustainable-friendly are listed companies globally and whether they adopt ESG practices in relation to the environment, gender and ethnic diversity, and animal welfare.
BEIJING: China posted record economic growth in the first quarter, signaling that recovering consumer spending may soon help the world’s second-largest economy return to pre-Covid-19 growth conditions, officials and experts said.
SHANGHAI: Shanghai, the city that witnessed “ping-pong diplomacy” between China and the United States in 1971, has played an important role and immensely benefited from the China-US economic and trade exchanges, according to entrepreneurs and experts in the city.