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(Reuters) - British supercar maker McLaren Group said on Tuesday it would cut 1,200 jobs under a proposed restructuring programme as it deals with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Proposed RM100mil rubber tech centre yet to get okay from govt, says Jerantut MP and rubber board chairman
PETALING JAYA: The proposed RM100mil Rubber Technology Centre in Jerantut, Pahang, has yet to be approved by the government, says Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) chairman Datuk Ahmad Nazlan Idris.
MANILA: The Philippines on Tuesday (May 26) reported 350 new cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus), bringing the total number to 14,669 since the highly infectious disease emerged in the country in January.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's health tracking QR codes, which have played a key part in the country's successful containment of the coronavirus, now look set to play a much broader role in daily life as local authorities dream up new uses for the technology.
KOTA KINABALU: An online petition has been initiated to get the recently announced Unduk Ngadau competition cancelled amidst the Covid-19 health crisis.
BEIJING: China Development Bank (CDB) will provide 360 billion yuan (US$50.5 billion) of financing support to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in 2020 as authorities called for further efforts to promote the development of the area.
JAKARTA: As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the Covid-19 (coronavirus), it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts. The Kawal Covid-19 (Guard against Covid-19) group organised a data model presented to the provincial governor of the pandemic.
MEITUAN Dianping’s shares soared after it reported a smaller than expected 13% slide in revenue that drove hopes the world’s largest meal delivery business is starting to recover as China emerges from Covid-19 lockdowns.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - As Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the new coronavirus, it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts.
Latvia aims to become one of the first countries to launch a smartphone app using a new toolkit created by US tech giants Apple and Alphabet's Google to help trace coronavirus infections.