People make their way towards a train station in Tokyo on Monday. Associated Press
Japan unveiled on Tuesday a second package of measures worth about $4 billion in spending to cope with the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak, focusing on support to small and mid-sized firms, as concerns mount about risks to the fragile economy.
Japan’s government has approved a record budget spending worth $939 billion for the coming fiscal year, the Ministry of Finance said on Friday, as it tries to balance the need to boost growth and manage the industrial world’s heaviest public debt burden.
Acrimonious European Union talks over an unprecedented $2.1 trillion (1.85 trillion euro) EU budget and coronavirus recovery fund entered a third day on Sunday.
Japan’s consumer prices fell the fastest in more than a decade, while the job market and retail sales remained subdued, data showed on Friday, raising the risks of a return to deflation as the COVID-19 pandemic hammers demand.
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) has announced that the final preparation of their 2021 edition annual showcase are underway, with the event set to take place in-person at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) on 16th May and conclude on 19th May, 2021, as
Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Wednesday easily beat Wall Street expectations for first-quarter profit, as the US investment bank capitalized on record levels of global dealmaking activity and a coronavirus-driven boom in stock market trading.
British workers’ average hourly output rose by 0.4 per cent last year, despite a fall of nearly 10 per cent in total production due to the coronavirus pandemic, as lower-paid jobs bore the brunt of COVID lockdown measures. Britain’s Office for National Statistics