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HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong's retail sales continued to slump in April as violent incidents since last year and the Covid-19 outbreak still weighed on consumer sentiment.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's retail sales slumped by 36% in value terms in April from a year earlier, falling for the 15th consecutive month, pummeled by the outbreak of the coronavirus that has put many retailers on the brink of collapse.
One constant in Facebook’s corporate culture is the ruthless aggression when it comes to growth and competition. To take just one example: More than a decade ago, a young, upstart Facebook smashed a wage-fixing cartel that then had been imposed by older, more established tech companies and it tried to hire the best tech talent.
TOKYO: Japan's labour market in April appeared to be weathering a severe slowdown in economic activity due to the coronavirus pandemic, but a closer look at official data released on Friday revealed a less rosy picture.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's economy faces significant long-term challenges that need to be dealt with over the next five to 10 years, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Wednesday (May 27).
PETALING JAYA: Consumer spending risks falling off a cliff as more Malaysians are retrenched or undertake pay cuts, according to experts.
CANBERRA: Prime Minister Scott Morrison has laid out his plans to reshape Australia’s post-coronavirus economy, saying improved job skills training will be essential for a changing labour market.
BEIJING, May 24 (China Daily/ANN) - China's decision to place employment at the top of its agenda and abandon a GDP growth target indicates that policymakers will put more efforts into counteracting shocks from the novel coronavirus pandemic, balancing short-term stimulus with long-term sustainable development, according to policy advisers.
Warehouse employees last month staged a walkout in Michigan to demand safer working conditions at their facility. So did workers in New York, Illinois and Minnesota.
LONDON: The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Britain leapt in April to its highest level in nearly 24 years, giving the clearest sign yet of the hit from the coronavirus to jobs which is set to deepen in the coming months.