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SOFT power means a lot to a country like Britain, which will soon have to live off its wits outside the European Union, even as it discovers that favourable trade deals are as hard to find as Lewis Carroll’s Snark.
Housing shortage turns into glut on border closure
A RENEWED Covid-19 outbreak in Australia’s second-largest city is marring the country’s reputation as a standout in suppressing the virus, and risks further damaging a regional economy that relies heavily on international tourists, students and migrants.
SYDNEY: Australia's economy, facing its first recession in 30 years because of the coronavirus, would suffer if Chinese students heeded a warning from their government to stay away because of racist incidents, Australia's trade minister said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY: Australia’s three decades of uninterrupted prosperity are coming to an abrupt end, as the global coronavirus pandemic crashes one of its most lucrative sources of income – immigration
IT’S a less talked about business in Malaysia as the various industry players from the other sectors lament about their struggles to pay bills, cope with cash flows and keep jobs. But among the hardest hit is the education business and that means private colleges and universities.
London: University of Oxford, which traces its roots back to the 11th century, plans to sell sterling notes maturing in 2117, as pound investors seek out names likely to ride out Brexit risks.
LONDON: International students will be able to stay in Britain looking for work for up to two years after they graduate under new rules announced by the government on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Minda Global’s share price has soared 57% over the last one week from the 7 sen level to 11 sen on heavy volume, as of July 29.