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ROME (Reuters) - The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has approved a request from Italy’s top-flight soccer league Serie A to push back the deadline for the payment of March salaries by a month due to the financial consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON: Britain’s restaurants and bars can serve indoors again for the first time in five months today. Many of them are struggling to find enough staff after Brexit and three lockdowns in a year drove workers out of the industry.
SHANGHAI: China’s robust economic momentum looks likely to have carried into the second quarter as its factory-led recovery broadened to the consumer – while further adding to global inflation pressures.
China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it does not employ trickery on social media.
SATARA/LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - Ashok Khondare, a 39-year-old vegetable seller in the western Indian city of Pune, had already borrowed money to pay for his sister's treatment when she died in a private hospital two weeks after contacting COVID-19.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google said on Friday it was leading about 30 companies and trade groups in opposing a lawsuit that seeks to stop over 90,000 spouses of highly skilled U.S. visa workers from having jobs in the country.
(Reuters) -If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4 a.m., where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9:30 a.m. and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
YANGON (Reuters): If you need cash in Myanmar, you have to get up early. Queues start forming outside banks at 4am, where the first 15 or 30 customers are given a plastic token that will allow them to enter the bank when it opens at 9.30am and withdraw cash, according to more than a dozen people who spoke to Reuters.
Investors seem fixated on price pressure markers