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It seems like the ‘open’ season’s here again, but we’re not totally out of the woods yet.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, companies not only face a slowdown in economic activity but also need to hasten their digitalisation journey and ensure they are ESG-compliant. Some are restructuring to achieve this.
LANGKAWI, Malaysia: Businesses at Malaysia's prime holiday destination are gearing up to welcome the return of tourists this week, as the country takes an early step towards recovery from a devastating coronavirus crisis.
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Although cinemas have delayed their reopening following Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s recent announcement, cinema operators have given an assurance that they are ready to welcome moviegoers back.
WITH the relaxation of movement restrictions, optimism is returning to the construction sector which suffered disrupted activities and reduced productivity due to Covid-19.
Hong Kong business chamber predicts stronger GDP growth as global demand for goods soars, and city keeps Covid-19 under control
General Chamber of Commerce revises previous estimate from 3.5 to 6.3 per cent, but concerns remain over travel restrictionsUpgrade is in line with government’s forecast of economic growth between 5.5 and 6.5 per cent
BACK to school. Back to work. Back to what? That’s the question Wall Street stock traders are trying to answer.
NEW YORK/LONDON: A gauge of global equities posted its seventh consecutive month of gains and a record closing high on Tuesday, but stocks and the dollar mostly ended the day little changed after U.S. and Chinese economic data suggested slower growth ahead.
THE still high daily cases, fuelling ongoing concerns about the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant have made it untenable to live in a “shut and open” approach as we balance between saving lives and livelihood. It’s about living with Covid-19.
FROM Datuk Tan Teik Cheng MCA vice-president