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KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil producers must brace for crude palm oil prices to fall sharply as coronavirus-led lockdowns around the world curb consumption and boost stocks, said leading industry analyst James Fry.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 (Reuters) - palm oil producers must brace for crude palm oil prices to fall sharply as coronavirus-led lockdowns around the world curb consumption and boost stocks, said leading industry analyst James Fry.
THE jury is still out on whether digitalisation will spell an early end for mainstream print media businesses. But what is clear, though, is that the digital age has fundamentally transformed how the new generation of consumers is accessing information and entertainment, including changes in the way people consume and engage with food, music, film and art.
WHEN Indian diners order biryani online from Rebel Foods, they’re greeted with a culinary history of the fragrant, slow-cooked rice dish.
FOR someone of Reuben Anandraj Solomon’s age, looking after a community of seniors may not seem like the ideal career move. The lean and soft-spoken 34-year-old had left a promising job in a bank to start a senior care centre.
HONG KONG: China’s Fosun Group is considering a 750 million-pound ($940 million) rescue of Thomas Cook Group Plc, the world’s oldest travel agency, which has been struggling to pay debts amid a slowdown.
In a memo obtained by Bloomberg News, Cook expressed his disappointment after Apple cut its revenue outlook for the first time in almost two decades.
NEW DELHI: Syed Joynu was in for a rude shock on a September morning when he walked into Indos – the curry house he owns just outside London. It was already 10:30 am and not a single employee had turned up.
BEIJING: China’s sweeping government restructuring plan gives President Xi Jinping more direct control over the levers of money and power by consolidating, creating or eliminating dozens of agencies.