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MELBOURNE: Australia’s second-biggest city Melbourne already under night curfew has announced fresh restrictions on industries, including retail and construction, as it steps up desperate efforts to contain the spread of a resurgent coronavirus.
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BENGALURU: The Japanese owner of 7-Eleven convenience stores has agreed to buy Marathon Petroleum Corp’s Speedway gas stations for U&S$21bil, brushing aside coronavirus concerns to return to the table five months after initially baulking at the deal.
MELBOURNE: Australia's second-biggest city Melbourne already under night curfew announced fresh restrictions on industries on Monday, including retail and construction, as it steps up desperate efforts to contain the spread of a resurgent coronavirus.
LIMA: Authorities in Chile are cracking down on water use by mines in the driest desert on earth, threatening future supply in the top copper-producing nation.
WASHINGTON: British Trade Minister Liz Truss will meet top US officials here to assess progress on reaching a free trade agreement between the two countries, the Financial Times reported on Saturday.
BEIJING: China's factory activity expanded in July for the fifth month in a row and at a faster pace, beating analyst expectations despite disruptions from floods and a resurgence in coronavirus cases around the world.
HONG KONG: Standard Chartered PLC (StanChart) posted a 33% fall in first-half profit after credit impairment charges jumped six-fold as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn, and it struck a cautious note for rest of the year.
LONDON: Aritra Chakravarty, founder of London-based online accounts and investments provider Dozens, admits it’s a tough time to be seeking up to £15mil (US$19mil) for a startup.