In May, Trump blacklisted Huawei, barring US companies from selling it badly needed components. But over the weekend, the president signaled a softer position, saying companies would be allowed to resume those exports "where there's no great national security problem." … [Read more...] about US-China trade talks resume but major hurdles remain
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For weeks the EU's 27 member states have bickered about ways to respond to the economic havoc, with Italy and Spain pleading for a solidarity fund that would be paid for by European partners jointly borrowing money on the markets. … [Read more...] about EU nations struggle to bridge bitter split over ‘coronabonds’
Talking to Nguoi Lao Dong newspaper, a leader of the State Bank of Vietnam stated that more than VND100 trillion of this credit package has been disbursed at interest rates lower than usual by 0.5-2.5 percentage points per year, depending on the commercial bank and borrowers. … [Read more...] about Three-year zero-interest business loans unfeasible: experts
As the Covid-19 map gets covered by growing red circles, several countries still haven't registered a single case of infection, including one of the most repressive states in the world - Turkmenistan. Many experts are concerned its government may be hiding the truth, which could disrupt attempts to end the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why has Turkmenistan reported no cases?
“Practise our core values and compassionate finance. We hope our donation of VNĐ1.2 billion in cash and other donations … will make a significant contribution towards protecting people’s lives, and by that we are giving some peace of mind during this trying time. We hope to see more hands join the battle so we could get through this challenging time together.” … [Read more...] about Latest covid-19 news in Vietnam and Southeast Asia on April 7 (updated hourly)