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BEIJING: China's top economic planner announced on Sunday (Feb 16) that it would invest 230 million yuan (US$32.92mil) from the central budget to shore up the battle against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
PETALING JAYA: The Westports Malaysia Dragons have finally snapped a 10-game losing streak against the Singapore Slingers in the Asean Basketball League
SHANGHAI: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) epidemic has restricted millions of Chinese people to their homes and towns, and now old bank notes are being quarantined. The government cut off the transfer and allocation of old bank notes across provinces, and between cities most affected by the outbreak.
BEIJING: China's listed firms have donated money and goods totaling over 5 billion yuan (US$716mil) to support the fight against theCovid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, a senior official with the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said Saturday.
REVIEW: Volatility continued in markets as the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic continued to spread, despite stimulus measures by Beijing to mitigate the negative impact on its economy.
WE are used to say the axiom: “When the Wall Street sneezes, the rest of the world catch a cold”. This time around, Wall Street is still at near record high and it has not “sneezed” but half way around the globe, we have a new bug, and the world is catching a cold. Yes, it’s the coronavirus or what is now known as Covid-19.
BEIJING: China's oil giants ramped up production on Friday (Feb 14) and donated massive capital and supplies to virus-hit areas amid the country's efforts to contain the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): To lower the influence of the novel coronavirus epidemic on business, Chinese flower merchants are taking active steps to find a way out through both flower imports and exports and domestic sales while seeking to maintain a positive frame of mind during the special period.
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SHANGHAI: China’s currency and bond markets have been devoid of traders as coronavirus cases continue to climb. That has made it tougher to gauge the outbreak’s market impact.