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WHEN the government allowed businesses to resume operations back in May following the imposition of the movement control order (MCO), many in the retail industry expected to see a recovery for the sector by the fourth quarter of this year.
With small and medium enterprises (SMEs) still grappling with the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic, the question of survival remains up in the air as they seek to enter the recovery phase in an environment that has seen a drastic paradigm shift.
REALITY seems to be sinking in among Damansara Heights owners with regards to their asking prices after the Covid-19 pandemic struck.
PETALING JAYA: The price war in the domestic telecommunications scene is about to turn even fiercer as industry players up their game to capture a bigger market share, experts say
WITH the domestic economy at an early stage of recovery, albeit unevenly across sectors and businesses, accommodative monetary policy and fiscal support are incredibly important to ensure that the economic rebound and recovery will not turn anemic amid increasing concerns about an occurrence of a second wave of virus and the availability of vaccines.
Business as usual is dead. What shaped economic analysis and policy over the last forty years has failed us. We need urgent structural rather than incremental reform.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark has long sought to brand itself as one of the world’s greenest countries. So it may come as a surprise that it’s also one of the most expensive places on Earth to buy Teslas and other electric cars.
Public-listed group’s subsidiary HS Bio Supplies partners with eMedAsia
LONDON: The collapse of mall landlord Intu Properties Plc is about to send shockwaves through a sector that’s already reeling.