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SEOUL -- Lee Kun-hee, chairman of South Korea's tech behemoth Samsung Electronics, died at the age of 78 in Seoul on Sunday, leaving his heirs faced with a huge inheritance tax for succession.
SINGAPORE/MANILA, Oct 23 (Reuters): Philippine stocks added 2% on Friday to end the week with their biggest gain since June, as the easing of restrictions in capital Manila and slowing coronavirus cases rekindled optimism and brought back foreign investors.
NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. cities of New York, Seattle and Portland filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday challenging President Donald Trump's memorandum which orders federal agencies to withhold federal grant dollars from so-called "anarchist jurisdictions," and the Attorney General's unlawful designation of the cities as "anarchist."
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan will ease entry restrictions on business travellers for stays of up to three days in a bid to revive economic activity after visits from abroad ground to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday (Oct 22).
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will ease entry restrictions on business travellers for stays of up to three days in a bid to revive economic activity after visits from abroad ground to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.
SUBANG Jaya’s long wait for city status is finally over following an official declaration from Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah yesterday.
IT’S absolute rubbish. The people in the Klang Valley do not deserve to face this constant water disruption – over and over again.
SUITED up in protective gear and strapped with a mist blower full of disinfectant, Klang Municipal Council’s (MPK) Vector and Communicable Disease Control Unit workers are going all out to disinfect Covid-19 hotspots to stem the spread of the disease.
If each neighbourhood within a city is self-sufficient, movement control initiatives can be easier to implement.
SKOPJE, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- The Commission for Infectious Diseases in North Macedonia has proposed a new set of restrictions as the number of new coronavirus cases in the country has surged recently, local media reported on Friday.