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BALIK PULAU: The carcasses of dead fish washed up along several beaches here are not a sign of an impending disaster, says the Penang Fisheries Department.
TOKYO: The euro held near multi-month highs against rival majors Thursday on expectations the European Central Bank will expand its bond buying programme later in the day to shore up the coronavirus-stricken economy.
KUALA TERENGGANU: The absence of squid jigging activity has been a blessing for marine life and considered as its “honeymoon” period.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin approved a state of emergency in the Arctic city of Norilsk on Wednesday after a huge leak of fuel into a river and upbraided a senior official on television over what he said was a bungled state response.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain and the European Union might be able to reach a compromise on fisheries by settling on the bloc being handed access to UK waters in exchange for higher quotas for the United Kingdom, industry chiefs said on Tuesday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea will open schools this month after delays over concern about the novel coronavirus, state media has reported, the latest sign of opening up even though the isolated country has said it has had no confirmed cases of the disease.
KEPALA BATAS: The famous Pasar Bisik fish market in Penaga has been ordered to shut down by the state Health Department for a week following failure to follow the standard operation procedure (SOP) during the conditional movement control order (MCO) period.
YANGON: About one million people may lose their jobs in Myanmar’s fisheries industry, with almost all exports ceasing since February as the spread of Covid-19 prompted major buyers, led by China and the United States, to halt orders.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has proposed a Rp1.02 trillion (US$69 million) stimulus package to aid small scale fishermen and aquaculture farmers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is willing to move in negotiations on future EU-UK relations, but Britain must make a bigger effort to do the same in talks next week, the EU trade chief said on Thursday.