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Vietnam PM urges tackling difficulties for Covid-19 hotspots Bac Giang, Bac Ninh; virus cases keep climbing
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chính has asked ministries and agencies to tackle difficulties in the two neighbouring northern provinces of Bac Giang and Bac Ninh, considered hotspots in Vietnam's fourth wave of Covid-19 infections, in the fight against the outbreaks.
Apple’s attempt to diversify manufacturing to India is being stymied by New Delhi’s coronavirus crisis
Apple has been hit by Covid-19 infections at two of its India plants, according to Taiwan media report. The coronavirus wave is likely to slow handset manufacturing production in India and weaken consumer demand, analysts say.
BEIJING: China was Germany's most important trading partner for the fourth year in a row in 2019, according to government data released on Friday (March 6). Goods valuing 205.7 billion euros (US$231bil) were traded between the two countries last year, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) reported, citing provisional results.
Four decades ago as a young engineer working for Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd, Patrick Thomas helped install one of the sector’s first digital computer systems: a mahogany-encased machine now on display in a science museum.
MORGAN Stanley expects China to avoid a financial shock and achieve high-income status by 2027. Its view is that moving to higher value-added activities will propel the economy forward and drive the continued medium-term outperformance of MSCI China versus MSCI Emerging Markets, providing significant investment opportunities.
Hackers steal US$160bil (RM600bil) worth of intellectual property from Western companies every year, according to cyber-security experts. The damage, they say, is incalculable and Western governments have made it a priority to protect their nations' commercial assets.
THE working class wants the Government to do more to ease the rising cost of living in the country.