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MILAN (Reuters) - At the epicentre of Europe's worst outbreak of coronavirus to date, daily lives have taken on an eerie, aimless calm. It's at night that the worry takes over.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian holidaymakers may have to forgo their wish to catch the sakura season in Japan and South Korea or savour Italian street food in Milan as Covid-19 continues to spread in these countries.
Hyundai's hydrogen-powered 18-tonne trucks are set to hit the roads in Switzerland next month as the South Korean automaker looks to establish a case for its zero-emissions technology in a low carbon world.
At least 10 concerts in Malaysia have been postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19. How are concert organisers coping?
Amazon merchants spent about 6% less on advertising over the past two weeks than they did a year ago, says Daniel Knijnik, who runs Quartile Digital, a New York firm that helps manage Amazon advertising for 2,300 brands selling goods on the site.
Amazon wants to kill the supermarket checkout line.
RIYADH: Opec hasn’t made a decision yet on whether to extend or modify its agreement to cut oil output, Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) has cut nearly 10% of its capacity, frozen recruitment for ground positions and deferred spending as it deals with lower demand due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.
Amazon.com Inc is taking aim at the urban grocery market with a larger version of its cashierless Go convenience store.
Sales of smartphones in China tumbled by more than a third in January, government data showed on Feb 24, in a sign of how the coronavirus outbreak is hurting consumer demand.