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French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ordered their countries back into lockdown on Wednesday, as a massive second wave of coronavirus infections threatened to overwhelm Europe before the winter. World stock markets went into a dive in response to the news that Europe's biggest economies were...

COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus

COVID-19: The Novel Coronavirus

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Experts Are Calling For Further SME Tax Reductions

The Asia Pacific Investment Bank (APIB), has suggested that a reduction in corporate tax rate would help to lift the financial burden for SMEs...

Working From Home Once More

On 20 October, the Malaysian government has announced that employees in the private and public sectors, at the management and supervisory levels, in areas...

Market Development Grant Widens Criteria For Struggling SMEs

Malaysia’s Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has recently announced a new initiative to help boost the nation’s economy amidst the post-Covid-19 recovery...

Malaysia Remains Prime Investment Destination

Malaysia has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. The economy is facing new and oppressive challenges that threaten to ruin its business ecosystem....

Singapore’s SMEs Lead The Pack In Digitalisation

The Fourth Industrial Revolution did not end with the Covid-19 pandemic. Rather, the coronavirus has merely accelerated it. Digital adoption and transformation rates skyrocketed...

Malaysians to Face CMCO Once More

It has been announced that more than a third of Malaysia’s population will once again be placed under conditional movement restrictions as Covid-19 cases...

Facebook Malaysia Launches SME Business Grant Programme

Relatively speaking, Malaysia has been quite diligent in its efforts to crackdown of the Covid-19 coronavirus. Swift and effective measures has led to a...

Chatbots Are the True Winners in the Fight Against COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping people indoors, It comes as no surprise that smartphone and computer usage has skyrocketed in the past few months....

Is it Really a Good Time to Start a Business?

Many may be forgiven for not taking any chances during these uncertain times. The COVID-19 pandemic has done more than disrupt supply chains and...

Japan to Gradually Lift Travel Alerts From October Onwards

Japan has not had a great year. Even compared to other countries, Japan’s businesses and economy was struck by particularly bad luck in 2020....

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Covid leaves 6m UK small businesses and 16m jobs in precarious position

An estimated 6 million small businesses in the UK supporting 16.6m jobs are in a financially precarious position as a result of the pandemic,...

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