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KUALA LUMPUR: Residents of Menara City One condominium tower in Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Kuala Lumpur, received much-needed food supplies from the Welfare Department on Thursday (April 2) afternoon.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's fierce battle against the coronavirus has turned the pandemic into an unlikely boon for President Moon Jae-in and his ruling party as campaign season kicks off on Thursday ahead of parliamentary elections on April 15.
PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) could see a slight dent to its earnings for the financial year ending Dec 31,2020, due to the offering of staggered discounts for electricity consumption in the country.
SEOUL/HELSINKI (Reuters) - South Korea has received requests from 121 countries for help with coronavirus testing, a foreign ministry official said on Wednesday, as authorities around the world come under intense pressure to curb the spread of the disease.
China is considering temporarily easing quotas designed to boost production of electric cars to help automakers badly bruised by the coronavirus pandemic to revive slumping sales.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: Asia's dealmakers are looking to distressed sales and a pick-up in take-private deals after fallout from the coronavirus outbreak sent first-quarter M&A activity to a seven-year low.
SINGAPORE/BEIJING (Reuters): Diplomats returning from overseas postings don't usually receive special attention at China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a vast government bureaucracy with thousands of staff.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey must carry on producing and "keep wheels turning" through the coronavirus pandemic to support exports and sustain the supply of basic goods, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, as the number of confirmed cases topped 10,000.
HONG KONG: As thousands of Hong Kong citizens and expatriates return to the city, many are seeking refuge in hotels, fearful that cramped apartments in one of the world's most expensive property markets could put families or flatmates at risk.
OTTAWA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Canada on Thursday attacked a U.S. proposal to deploy troops along the undefended joint border to help fight the spread of coronavirus, saying the idea was unnecessary and would damage relations.