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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's approach to the coronavirus outbreak is the "gold standard" for case detection, according to a new study at Harvard University, with researchers using Singapore as a benchmark for other countries.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry says as of Tuesday (Feb 18), there were 22 Covid-19 coronavirus cases in Malaysia, with nine already discharged from hospital.
MOSCOW/SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea, whose leader Kim Jong Un was filmed riding through the snow on a white stallion last year, has spent tens of thousands of dollars on 12 purebred horses from Russia, according to Russian customs data.
KUCHING: Japan, which has drastically cut imports of Malaysian plywood in the past two years due to sluggish sales, has stepped up buy orders of hardwood plywood due to a strong demand for reconstruction works after the recent devastating Hagibis typhoon.
KUALA LUMPUR: FGV Holdings Bhd is venturing into the dairy farm business with the purchase of a majority stake in a fresh milk producer.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): To lower the influence of the novel coronavirus epidemic on business, Chinese flower merchants are taking active steps to find a way out through both flower imports and exports and domestic sales while seeking to maintain a positive frame of mind during the special period.
LISBON (Reuters) - The lush, green hills where Paulo Pires has for years brought sheep to graze above his picturesque Portuguese village may soon be transformed by the race to power electric vehicles.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): Among domestic industries, manufacturers of fabricated metals would be most badly hit by supply chain disruptions being caused by a shutdown among Chinese factories due to the Covid-19 outbreak, London-based Capital Economics said.
A new commercial from airline SAS challenging the authenticity of Scandinavian traditions has provoked furore in the form of cyberattacks, a wave of social media anger, and bomb threats against the ad agency behind it.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The spectre of the 1990s BSE crisis means the European Union is likely to reject U.S. demands it ease strict food safety rules, even with President Donald Trump threatening car tariffs if EU countries do not start importing more U.S. farm products.