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Six months ago, a group of Malaysian friends were stranded in Lukla, Nepal, after an adventurous trek.
With tough government restrictions imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus, the tourism industry on which Marrakesh depends screeched to a halt.
KUALA LUMPUR: A revival of US stimulus deal negotiations in the latter half of the past week helped to slow the weekly foreign net outflow, which subsided to RM28.38mil as compared to RM543.91mil in the previous week.
PETALING JAYA: Like other sectors facing the brunt of the ravaging Covid-19, the consumer products sector is also one that has been impacted. Analysts expect to see recovery in the sector by next year with the Covid-19 vaccine hitting the market.
ABIDJAN: Sub-Saharan Africa will probably reverse an economic contraction next year as countries in the region begin to ease movement restrictions, even as the impact of the coronavirus will endure for years to come, according to the World Bank.
LONDON: Fears the UK’s data centre operators would shift their infrastructure abroad because of Brexit are looking unfounded, with several firms and industry experts saying they’ve seen domestic growth since 2016.
BEIJING: China has released details of a development plan for the new-energy vehicle industry as it seeks to shore up the world’s largest car market and revitalise an economy hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Transport (MOT) is committed to resolving issues affecting the logistics industry in Malaysia that impede efficiency and trade flows.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Lavile Kuala Lumpur freehold mixed-use development in Maluri, Cheras has seen a 95% take-up rate for the first three residential towers, since the project’s launch in late 2016.