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THE British and the French form “un couple infernal.” The two nations coexist in close geographical proximity and are bound together by a long history of affection and aversion.
THE novel coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the key role of the Asia-Pacific media as a timely and trusted source of information, giving people around the region the tools to understand and cope with the impact of COVID-19, media industry leaders and experts said.
BERLIN: Germany is raising new environmental debt to finance previous federal spending, prompting critics to say the label is misleading.
THE HAGUE: The Dutch government said it would put on hold its bailout plan to KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM, after the airline’s pilots rejected a demand that their wages be frozen until 2025, Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra said.
AFTER the recent euphoria over glove stocks, business writers and journalists tend to compare the market capitalisation of some of these glove companies with other sectors or companies.
THE post-Covid-19 “return to normal” that Americans long for is far enough away that not even a company built on dreams can see it. Walt Disney Co on Tuesday said it will let go of an astonishing 28,000 employees
EUROPEAN airlines are pinning hopes on pre-flight Covid-19 tests that deliver results as fast as pregnancy tests to help restore passengers’ confidence in taking to the skies in confined spaces with shared air.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s financial regulator is “closely studying” a report that said about US$4.4bil of suspicious transactions flowed through the city’s bank
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc told its staff to stop posting on all the bank’s social media accounts over fears of “negative reactions” to the revelations in leaked suspicious activity reports.
SHANGHAI: Hong Kong stocks ended lower on Tuesday, tracking other Asian markets amid concerns about fresh pandemic lockdowns in Europe.