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LISBON: By this time of year, Ilene Steele, 63, would usually have several trips behind her: one to visit family in the United States, a holiday in Italy, and a few day excursions in London, where she lives with her retired therapist husband Mike.
COVID-19 is here to stay. Despite efforts globally to stop it, the pandemic has continued to spread.
JAKARTA: PT Kalbe Farma, Indonesia’s biggest drugmaker by market value, is considering an initial public offering (IPO) for its nutritional food unit PT Sanghiang Perkasa, which could raise about US$500mil, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
TOKYO: Bain Capital clinched a $1.2 billion deal on Tuesday to buy Japanese nursing-home operator Nichiigakkan after fending off a higher, last-minute bid from rival Baring Private Equity Asia (BPEA).
KUALA LUMPUR: The National House Buyers Association (HBA) is asking the government to consider granting an income tax “wholesome” waiver or a reduction of 50% for the first RM100,000 of chargeable income tax for the next two years.
KUALA LUMPUR: The National House Buyers Association (HBA) is asking the government to consider granting an income tax ‘wholesome’ waiver or a reduction of 50 per cent for the first RM100,000 of chargeable income tax for the next two years.
THE Covid-19 pandemic is still with us. And, appears to be growing rapidly globally.
Thai Ambassador to Malaysia Narong Sasitorn speaks to StarBiz on his government’s response to Covid-19 and the socioeconomic impact of the pandemic.
FOR weeks, those of us in Asia watched the US stock frenzy with amazement – how a video game-like trading interface could lure millennials, cost fortunes and some even their lives; how Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk became richer than Warren Buffett; and why on earth retail investors were rushing to buy shares of Hertz Global Holdings Inc, even though the car rental company had filed for bankruptcy.
A DEVELOPER of some of Manhattan’s newest ultra-luxury condos has started a more down-to-earth project: a fund investing in real estate companies that appear undervalued.