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SYDNEY (Reuters) - A painting by famed Australian artist Brett Whiteley has sold at auction for A$6.25 million ($4.6 million), setting a new record in the country and underscoring the appeal of art investments amid the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ting had been sentenced to jail but failed to surrender herself to begin her prison term.
HONG KONG, Nov 20 (Reuters): Hundreds of parked tour buses are gathering dust at a northern Hong Kong container port, having been off the road for 10 months since authorities banned non-resident arrivals into the city due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hundreds of parked tour buses are gathering dust at a northern Hong Kong container port, having been off the road for 10 months since authorities banned non-resident arrivals into the city due to the new coronavirus.
NAIROBI, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) -- Touted as one of the biggest sales bonanzas globally, the Black Friday wave is landing in Kenya again, throwing shoppers into frenzy as they sample a wide range of products in major retail outlets.
Singles’ Day: Chinese e-commerce giants target new wave of budget-conscious consumers and lower tier cities
Spending patterns of Chinese consumers during Singles’ Day will be closely watched by the government as a key barometer of economic health. The nation’s leading e-commerce players have already cottoned on to more bargain-conscious buyers, eyeing the segment as a new growth opportunity.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Swiss group Richemont will invest US$1.1 billion in online luxury fashion retailer Farfetch Ltd and its new Chinese marketplace, as online demand for luxury goods booms in the Asian country.