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Louis Vuitton and Gucci are among the most sought-after names for consumers hunting fake products. Rolex is also dominating web searches in this regard.
North Macedonia is still far from real equality and is placed 71 in this year's Gender Gap Index from the World Economic Forum – well behind neighbours Serbia (19th) and Montenegro (48th).
In countries with the widest gender gap in salaries, the income of women workers is adversely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Meat production produces damaging greenhouse gases and is a culprit behind water pollution, deforestation and biodiversity loss.
Prudential Assurance Malaysia Bhd aims to inculcate financial resilience in society through financial education programmes for children and youths – Cha-Ching and Duit Right.
October is Financial Planning Month, and this family believes teaching children good money habits from young is crucial.
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan explores other reasons why we should eat more vegetables and less meat in part 4 of his miniseries on vegetarianism.
Producing meat for consumption is so bad for the environment that there is such a thing as a World No Meat Day – on June 12.