Saturday, May 30, 2020
By: ABS-CBN/AFP The United Arab Emirates decided on April 23 to reopen malls, cafes and restaurants and ease lockdown restrictions imposed last month to prevent the spread of coronavirus on the occasion of Ramadan. Curfew will be from 10 pm to...
By: Inquirer.net The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdowns to contain the disease, including in the Philippines, so far inflicted a “brutal blow” on the growing “sharing economy,” but benefited the industry of e-commerce in Asean, Malaysian financial giant Maybank...
By: SCMP Since the Singapore government unveiled S$60 billion (US$42 billion) in stimulus package two weeks ago, an A-list of landlords – some of which majority-owned by state investment arm – have rushed to share the goodies with businesses to...
By: Business Mirror, AP China, where the coronavirus pandemic started in December, is cautiously trying to get back to business, but it’s not easy when many millions of workers are wary of spending much, or even going out. Factories and shops...
By: Lucien Harrington, Managing Director Asia of Lynxeye Consultants I want to start by saying this will all end. The world will change, and we will change too. Some things we all began to do while we were fighting the spread...
By: Jobstreet While our healthcare workers deserve all the applause and standing ovations we can give, there is no denying that retail workers are our unsung heroes during this COVID-19 crisis. Now, more than ever, the supply of basic necessities...
By: Philstar Amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) that is currently in effect in Luzon, Araneta City has implemented several programs that will help employees, tenants and the community in these...
By: Manila Bulletin SM Investments Corp. supermarkets in Metro Manila have drawn queues of customers each day since the Philippines imposed a lockdown to contain the coronavirus outbreak on Luzon island, the nation’s economic engine and home to most of...
By: PTV News SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Aurora C. Ignacio said that SSS had extended the payment deadline for SSS contributions. SSS made this decision after the President placed the entire country under a state of calamity due...
By: Philstar Dismal consumption and a halt in public transportation in Luzon started to temper inflation in March, an unwarranted consequence of businesses getting shuttered and consumers being asked to stay home in the Philippines’ most populous island. Consumer prices rose...
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