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WHILE investors are still grappling whether to continue riding the glove mania or move on to potential coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine plays, one company namely MSCM Holdings Bhd is venturing into both.
CONFIDENCE in Thailand – originally boosted by the country’s admirable management of its domestic Covid-19 outbreak – is waning as political chaos takes centre stage.
RETAILERS have been gradually moving online over the past few years, setting up e-stores and establishing some form of branding online through social media.
Observers say worst likely to be over by next year when people start buying
THE merits of integrating ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria and sustainability into an investment decision are clear, argues one fund manager.
MANILA, Sept 18 (Philippine Inquirer/ANN) - At the height of the longest and most stringent COVID-19 lockdown in the region, the second-quarter revenues of major industries in the Philippines fell by 26.8 percent year-on-year, also slashing jobs and incomes as the economy contracted.
JAKARTA, Sept 18 (Jakarta Post/ANN) - The Indonesian government should use the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to accelerate economic reforms to attract more investment after the health crisis recedes, an economist with HSBC has said.
Singapore, Helsinki and Zurich are the world’s smartest cities, according to an index published on Sept 17 amid a growing debate on the future of urban design for a post-Covid era.
Hundreds of Hong Kong schools report student withdrawals, with pandemic and instability cited as possible reasons
HONG KONG, Sept 18 (SCMP): Some 97 per cent of schools surveyed report students withdrawing, with dozens saying more than 20 pupils had leftSchools report departing students planned to further their studies either on the mainland or overseas
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian government is expected to announce on Friday an increase in the number of citizens able to return home, while one state said it would partially reopen its borders given a general downward coronavirus infection trend.