· Mourning in America: a divided nation struggles to grieve 100,000 dead →
Unlike other hard-hit countries such as Spain and China, the US has not announced a national day of mourning or a national minute of silence to commemorate the dead.
· Hyundai Mobis to invest 1 tln won in R&D projects this year →
Early this year, Hyundai Mobis announced it will secure 9 trillion won in the next three years to invest 3-5 trillion won in the expansion of its electrified parts plants, 4-5 trillion won in developing future vehicle technologies and R&D activities, and over 150 billion won in startups.
· OFS Capital: Vote No →
On May 8, 2020, OFS announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31.
· How Wuhan is testing 6.5 million people for Coronavirus in days →
A district in Beijing announced this month that it would test teachers and students in batches of three in preparation for schools to reopen.
· NSW Premier freezes public sector pay for 12 months →
NSW public sector pay will be frozen for 12 months, as the state deals with the economic effects of the coronavirus crisis, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Wednesday morning.
· Airline Round-Up In Coronavirus →
Delta Air Lines (DAL) recently sent a communication to their pilot group announcing that the carrier was anticipating a surplus of 7,000 pilots through the end of the year.
· Los Angeles allows all retail businesses, houses of worship to reopen →
After weeks of public health restrictions over the coronavirus epidemic, all retail business in Los Angeles will be allowed to welcome customers back inside, and houses of worship can resume in-person services, the mayor announced Tuesday.
· Singapore Fortitude Budget: S$2b to create 100,000 jobs, traineeship, training opportunities →
SINGAPORE, May 27 — The Singapore government will set aside about S$2 billion (RM6.12 billion) to create nearly 100,000 jobs, traineeships and training opportunities, as part of the Fortitude Budget announced by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat yesterday.
The China Post
· Woman fired after backlash from racist park confrontation →
In the fallout, investment firm Franklin Templeton announced Tuesday afternoon it had fired Amy Cooper, saying, “We do not tolerate racism of any kind.” A group called Abandoned Angels Cocker Spaniel Rescue said it had custody of her dog for the time being.
· US dollar edges higher as US, China worries resurface →
US President Donald Trump said yestertday the United States will announce before the end of the week its response to China's planned security bill for the former British colony of Hong Kong.