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Hong Kong's Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po has unveiled a spending blueprint with fewer but more targeted relief measures, including an unprecedented digital voucher scheme for residents to spur consumption. The relief measures, which include a HK$10,000 cash payout to all Hong Kong permanent residents aged 18 or above, will...

COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus

COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus

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Can Employers Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory?

As the COVID-19 vaccination program rolls on, many employers will have a strong case for requiring employee vaccinations. Currently, countries that have COVID-19 vaccination programs...

A New Year’s to Purchase!

Malaysia's MCO 2.0 returned a month before the coming Chinese New Year, marking another indefinite period of lockdown. While Malaysians have to find other...

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Popular bars across Asia are facing some tough times during the Covid-19 pandemic. Lockdowns and restrictions that have been instated by governments are squeezing...

Asia’s Auto Industry is Hungry for Chips

Demand for cars and vehicles are on track to a great recovery as demand is rising across the industry. However, not everything is as...

China’s Push to Beef-up Tech Infrastructure

China's public and private sectors are set to spend 10.6 trillion yuan (US$1.6 trillion) through 2025 to develop next-generation infrastructure, including the 5G network...

Lazada Throws In Their Own RM44 Million Stimulus Package

E-commerce platform, Lazada Malaysia, has channelled approximately RM44 million with the goal of helping more than 70,000 SMEs through its second stimulus package; dubbed...

APAC on the Road to Recovery

The economic situation in Asia Pacific (APAC) is expected to improve greatly this year, supported by the gradual recovery of economic activities, given the...

Malaysia Announces RM15 Billion Economic Aid Packages

Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has just announced a new economic aid package worth up to RM15 billion (US$3.7 billion) on 18 January in...

China’s Economy Stays Strong as we Enter 2021

Despite all the hardships and logistical cartwheels that were caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, China’s economy grew at a faster than expected pace in...

Singapore’s Vaccination is Underway With More to Come

With more and more vaccines flowing into Singapore, the city-state has announced that thus far, more than 6,200 people have already received their first...

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Chinese Companies Steal the Show at Inaugural Hurun List of Most Valuable Firms

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