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BANGKOK, July 10 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The Department of Foreign Trade (DFT) is monitoring the situation after British supermarkets banned Thai coconut products in response to a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) report claiming that Thailand was abusing monkeys in the coconut industry.
Many would agree we’re at our happiest when we’re on holiday. And yet right now getting away from it all has essentially become impossible, with travel warnings around the world in effect. Instead of heading out into the world, citizens are being flown home.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the recent rally, there could still be more upside to Kossan Rubber Industries Bhd's share price as the market is yet to realise the potential impact of higher average selling prices (ASP) and tight supply conditions.
Since March 15, demand for leisure-activity products like jigsaw puzzles, knitting gear and Nintendo has driven the biggest eight-week rally for companies keeping so much of the population preoccupied, if not entirely amused, during the coronavirus pandemic.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Factory workers began returning to assembly lines in Michigan on Monday, paving the way to reopen the U.S. auto sector but stoking fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections as strict lockdowns are eased across the country.
(Reuters) - All mosques in Iran will reopen on Tuesday, a further step in the government's plans to ease restrictions that aimed to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, the official IRIB news agency reported.
GEORGE TOWN: IJM Land Bhd will restart work on the stalled RM4.5bil The Light City project, which is located next to the Penang Bridge, in August.
Johannesburg: South Africa’s fastest horses may not be racing, but a branch of the country’s richest family is pumping money into the industry so that when punters are allowed to return to the track, there will be horses to bet on.
LONDON: Frozen fish sticks and canned salmon have made a comeback as the coronavirus crisis keeps people home, forcing a change of tack for the fishing industry that usually turns to restaurants from Paris to New York and Shanghai to serve their fresh seafood.