Regarding the financial support package of VND70 billion, Nguyen Thai Hai Van, CEO of Grab Vietnam, said “It is the latest effort of Grab to work with the Vietnamese government in the struggle against Covid-19. This is expected to help stimulate the economy, protect livelihoods and create the most favourable conditions for partners to maintain their operation on Grab’s platform in order to provide the best possible services to customers.” … [Read more...] about Grab intensifies protection for driver-partners amid Covid-19
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It also has one completely dominant political party and a compliant media, but Prof Dale says even with "clear, crisp messaging to a community that trusts the government" he is concerned that "the average Singaporean still isn't quite grasping the importance of their individual role". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Should the world worry about Singapore’s virus surge?
Police and authorities including the Office of Culture and Information, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment and other units were urged to join hands to organise street patrols and ask local people to take down illegal billboards and loudspeakers that broadcast noisy ads. … [Read more...] about Hoi An tackles noise pollution
For them it is the perfect holiday, as David explains: "We had the idea it was all about crossing the Atlantic, sitting on deckchairs with a blanket over your knees. [But in reality], the ships are really mobile hotels, and we wake up somewhere different every day… we use it to go to places we want to see. … [Read more...] about Will we ever take cruise holidays again?
Nguyen Quoc Hung, director of the SBV’s credit department, said most banks have agreed to lower their interest rates by 0.5-1 percentage point and scrap fees on payments and transfers for businesses affected by the disease. … [Read more...] about Banks to offer credit incentives to save businesses from coronavirus-induced woes