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TOKYO: Japan's exports extended double-digit gains in August, led by strong shipments of chip manufacturing equipment, although the pace of growth weakened as COVID-19 hit key Asian supply chains and slowed factory production.
PETALING JAYA: Numbers forecast operators (NFOs) saw their shares trade largely in the positive territory as reopening of their outlets yesterday spurred sentiment.
BEIJING: China’s economy likely slowed further in August, with data on consumption, industrial output and investment due today to reveal the extent of the damage caused by an outbreak of the Delta variant.
When it comes to corporate travel policies in a post-pandemic environment, business travellers care mostly about being able to decide for themselves whether or not to travel.
FOR a start, the market is aware that earnings expectation for this year is extremely bullish, mainly driven by the low base effect from last year.
APARTMENT rents were up in August from a year earlier in all the top 30 US metro areas, the first time that’s happened since the start of the pandemic, according to a new report by Yardi.
RESERVE Bank of Australia (RBA) governor Philip Lowe has a coffee mug in his office inscribed with the words “half full.” Lowe says he’s an optimist about next year, as do many of his peers. They’ll have to make it through 2021 first.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Hundreds of millions of children in South Asian are suffering because their schools have been closed because of the coronavirus but they lack online devices and connections for remote learning, UNICEF said on Thursday.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): The Lao economy is projected to steadily recover in the medium-term, but growth will remain below pre-pandemic levels at 4.5 per cent in 2022, according to a new World Bank report.