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THE directive by the government that food aid will only be distributed through the Welfare Department (JKM) has caught many non-governmental organisations (NGO) by surprise.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Monday as rising cases of the coronavirus in the region deepened fears of economic damage, with investors looking past moves by governments and central banks to combat the pandemic.
Restaurants are pivoting to takeout and delivery service during the lockdown period.
KAJANG: The enhanced movement control order is in effect at seven villages in Sungai Lui in Hulu Langat here Monday (March 30).
THE phrases: “What you see is not what I get”, “it is a mirage” and “quantitative sleight” have been commonly bandied around by head-honchos to describe sensationalised news surrounding their remuneration packages. Every time the spotlight shines on the astronomical remuneration of managing directors or chief executive officers (CEOs) with hard-hitting questions on the quantum awarded when their companies are loss-making, these views are met with the typical retort that the figures have been taken out of context.
KOTA KINABALU: The state government is not barring the transport of essential goods such as food, vegetables, fruits, fish and the likes during this movement control order (MCO) period.
WASHINGTON (AFP): The United States on Thursday (March 26) took the grim title of the country with the most Covid-19 infections and reported a record surge in unemployment as world leaders vowed US$5 trillion (RM21.6 trillion) to stave off global economic collapse.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Several members of Russia's national boxing team have posted online pictures or videos that appear to show them flouting self-isolation rules imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, social media posts reviewed by Reuters show.
PETALING JAYA: Uchi Technologies Bhd expects to see a low double digit drop in revenue in US dollar terms for the financial year ending Dec 31,2020 due to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives are determined to pass a $2.2 trillion (1.80 trillion pounds) coronavirus relief bill on Friday, or at the very latest on Saturday, hoping to provide the quickest help possible as deaths mount and the economy reels.