Legal battles have also ensued over whether guns shops should be closed during the pandemic, and if religious services should be exempt from state orders that ban large gatherings. BBC … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: New York has more cases than any country
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The carriers' reputation is in a weak position in these talks: they've spent $39 billion over the last five years pampering their shareholders, S&P Dow Jones Indices calculated, rather than preparing for a crisis like the one that now jeopardises their survival. … [Read more...] about Trump says airline rescue plan coming soon
The average rent for serviced apartment units now is ranging around $35 and $28 per square metre for grade A and B apartments respectively. By 2022, 1,500 new units will enter in response to the growing demand for long-term stays, which is mostly generated by increasingly favourable visa policies and an influx of foreign investment. … [Read more...] about Service apartment show stable development in the real estate market
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?
According to many enterprises, more importantly, authorities must have a post-inspection policy to ensure that relief packages reach the right people. Ms. Ly Kim Chi, Chairwoman of the Food and Foodstuffs Association of Ho Chi Minh City, emphasized that implementing quickly the support packages will help enterprises to add their capital to increase their capacity in stockpiling raw materials and finished products, contributing to production stabilization in the long term, at least until the end of this year. … [Read more...] about Enterprises wait for aid packages