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(Bloomberg) -- Li Ka-shing, called "Superman” by his admirers, was an early investor in Zoom Video Communications Inc. and owns about 8.6% of the San Jose-based company, according to regulatory filings
HONG KONG: Hong Kong announced relief measures worth HK$137.5bil (US$17.7bil) to help businesses and people crippled by the coronavirus outbreak to stay afloat, as the city joins global efforts to cushion the impact of the pandemic.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong announced relief measures worth HK$137.5 billion (US$17.7 billion) on Wednesday to help businesses and people crippled by the coronavirus outbreak to stay afloat, as the city joins global efforts to cushion the impact of the pandemic.
THE Hong Kong government is set to announce a fresh round of stimulus measures to shore up the crippled economy, with a local media report saying the total could exceed HK$100 billion (YS$12.9 billion).
THE infectious and deadly coronavirus disease Covid-19 has hit many countries on all continents.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in Permaju Industries Bhd rose over 10% in early trade Tuesday after the company inked a deal to make Hong Kong firm’s sanitiser for Southeast Asian market market.
LONDON: School closures do not tend to help contain the spread of infections during outbreaks of disease such as COVID-19, but will have a big impact on how societies restart after lockdown, scientists said on Monday.
SINGAPORE: Singapore increased its cash payout to individuals and announced additional steps to save jobs as the city-state prepares to severely curtail activities to contain a spike in coronavirus cases
Branding association views government package as not taking into account prevention of layoffs and unemployment
SINGAPORE: Singapore will unveil additional support for businesses and households today, less than two weeks after announcing a S$48bil (RM145.4bil) stimulus package to buffer the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19).