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KUCHING: The law on prostitution should be amended to criminalise those paying for sexual services, says the Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS).
WITH the domestic economy at an early stage of recovery, albeit unevenly across sectors and businesses, accommodative monetary policy and fiscal support are incredibly important to ensure that the economic rebound and recovery will not turn anemic amid increasing concerns about an occurrence of a second wave of virus and the availability of vaccines.
From Prof Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria DR RAIS HUSSIN
LONDON: The steepest dive in cocoa demand in a decade has thrown into jeopardy a plan by top producers Ivory Coast and Ghana to guarantee some two million farmers a living wage, sources within the countries’ regulators said.
PETALING JAYA: The current freeze on new foreign workers until December received mixed response from industry players.
PETALING JAYA: Gig economy workers should be reclassified as "independent employees" as policymakers lack the necessary data on them to form a sound regulatory framework that will provide a more robust social safety net to assist them, says the Research for Social Advancement (Refsa).
BRUSSELS: Modern economies will change forever after the coronavirus pandemic passes if some radical thinkers get their way.
Uber Technologies Inc’s offer to buy Grubhub Inc antagonised officials in Washington and major US cities, who were already taking steps to limit the fees companies charge restaurants and regulate their treatment of workers. If a deal between the two companies proceeds, analysts said it’s likely to face antitrust scrutiny.