A currency trader covers his mouth at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday. Associated Press
As Chinese officials take unprecedented measures to contain the spread of a new respiratory virus of unknown potency, 21 million people at the epicentre of the outbreak
Though thousands are being screened at airports all across the world in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic in China, airport officials need to be extra vigilant
Markets in Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China were closed Tuesday for Lunar New Year holidays, while South Korea's benchmark tumbled 3.1% to 2,176.72 as it reopened after its own holidays.
Most stock markets sink on Monday with investors worried over the impact of China’s coronavirus outbreak on the global economy. In afternoon European trades, London and Paris were both down 0.4 per cent, while Frankfurt slid 0.3 per cent.
The Ministry of Economy has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Arizona State University (ASU) in the field of innovation and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The MoU was signed by Engineer Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori,
Robots are coming increasingly under the scanner not just at the government level but also in social circles. They are believed to be able to perform a range of tasks, from doing domestic chores to taking care of the elderly and even conducting a human orchestra! In the
German business morale rose unexpectedly in February, a survey showed on Monday, easing recession fears in Europe’s largest economy and reflecting a slight improvement in its manufacturing sector, which has been struggling with falling exports.