· 'Such a difference': how specialist A&E for over-80s is transforming care →
It requires space next door to A&E, which Norwich happened to have, and a budget for extra staff, unless existing staff are able to cover the new service –as Norwich’s did initially.
The New York Times
· Soccer’s Landscape Was Already Shifting. Then an Earthquake Struck. →
Kaiserslautern, Stuttgart and Hamburg must learn to function on reduced budgets, in an alien, sterile environment, in an atmosphere of deep uncertainty.
· Coronavirus Impact: Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate bets big on digital, to redirect ad spends on digital marketing →
In fact, according to the firm advertising budgets have been re-allocated to capitalise maximum on digital.
The China Post
· Congress shifts attention to overhauling small-business aid →
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said there isn’t much legislation ready for floor votes, and committees are just beginning to write must-pass legislation like agency budget bills, the annual defense policy measure and a major reauthorization of water projects.
· ABC News Breakfast breaks ratings record overtaking Today →
Mr Warner said breakfast programs often appeal to sponsors with limited marketing budgets.
· Xiaomi Redmi Earbuds S review: Truly wireless earbuds that everybody can afford →
The Redmi Earbuds S pack 7.2mm drivers (which is fine considering their tiny profile) and support the most basic SBC codec for wireless transmission (which is again fine considering their budget credentials) to deliver “punchier sound and better bass experience,” according to Xiaomi.
The New York Times
· Can America’s Middle Class Be Saved from a New Depression? →
By the end of the 20th century, Social Security and associated programs were among the largest items in the federal budget.
· Latam becomes largest airline driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus →
Latin American governments, many under severe budget constraints themselves, have been reluctant to bail out their key airlines, in contrast to the United States and Europe.
The Japan Times
· Group of 20 finance projects give $77 billion a year to fossil fuels: watchdog →
Using data from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the Rystad Energy database, Oil Change calculated that the emissions potential from existing energy projects would vastly surpass the carbon “budget” for 1.5 degrees Celsius.
· Japan eyes fresh US$1.1t stimulus to combat pandemic pain →
TOKYO, May 27 — Japan will compile a fresh stimulus package worth US$1.1 trillion (RM4.8 trillion) that will include a sizable amount of direct spending to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic, a draft of the budget obtained by Reuters showed today.