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From the emblematic island of Santorini, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said recently that Greece is “ready to welcome tourists” in complete safety after the coronavirus lockdown, whose impact on tourism will be “significant”.
This issue requires its root causes to be tackled, rather than just the symptoms of the problem.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Kurdish-led authorities in northeastern Syria are in talks with their military allies in a U.S.-led coalition over a promised exemption from U.S. sanctions targeting the Syrian government, a senior Kurdish official said.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's unemployment rate could hit the highest in more than a decade this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Southeast Asia's largest economy set to contract more than previously expected in the second quarter, ministers said.
KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Ratings expects foreign buying of Malaysian government securities (MGS) is likely to remain dull for the rest of June after a brief respite in May due to concerns about a wider fiscal deficit and debt levels.
SYDNEY: The Australian unit of global accounting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd said on Monday it will shed 7% of its workforce, joining a host of high-profile companies to slash costs amid a revenue downturn brought about by the Covid-19 coronavirus.
KUALA LUMPUR: US companies in Malaysia have resumed operations and are adjusting to the post Covid-19 recovery phase - with a focus on mitigating the risks that emerged while driving efficiency and productivity.
PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group Bhd (SMG) will be beefing up its digital assets to make them one of the main revenue generators for the company.
SEOUL/SINGAPORE, June 22 (Reuters): A firmer US dollar restrained gains across emerging Asian currencies on Monday, while worries about a second wave of coronavirus infections kept a lid on most stock markets, with Thailand and the Philippines in the red.