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SEOUL (Yonhap/ANN): South Korea's economy is expected to rebound this year from the slowest growth in a decade last year, but it may continue to face many economic headwinds, including sluggish demands at home and abroad, analysts said Monday (Jan 27).
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign investors were net buyers in the local equity market last week, recording a total net inflow of RM23.48 million from Jan 20-23 compared with RM63.66 million from Jan 13-16 as markets remained fragile amid concerns over the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
LONDON (Reuters): Each person infected with coronavirus is passing the disease on to between two and three other people on average at current transmission rates, according to two separate scientific analyses of the epidemic.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): As one of the most dynamic economies in the region, Vietnam's retail market is attractive for many foreign investors, but it can also be challenging at the same time.
‘Sorry about the tasty bat’: Chinese online host apologises for travel show dining advice as Wuhan virus spreads
Wang Mengyun says she had no idea the animals are a reservoir of disease when she filmed the programme in Palau three years agoEmergence of new coronavirus similar to other bat-borne pathogens revives calls for ban on eating exotic species
China coronavirus: Hong Kong will ban anyone who has been to Hubei province from entering city, in response to mounting calls to tighten border checks
The denial of entry will be for anyone from the province and anyone who has visited in the past 14 days, except for residents of cityMacau further ramps up measures, announcing that about 1,100 Hubei visitors need to return to the mainland or they will be placed in isolation
The Year of the Metal Rat is a “double spring” year.
Artificial intelligence has come to medicine but are patients being put at risk?
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa have to get a world record target with the bat to tie the test series against England but coach Mark Boucher suggested on Sunday that the near impossible was worth chasing.