Closure в новостях
|announced the closure||Объявил о закрытии|
|following the closure||После закрытия|
|temporary closure||Временное закрытие|
|until closure||До закрытия|
|until its closure||До его закрытия|
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The Japan Times
· Tokyo reports 13 COVID-19 cases Monday as capital further eases measures →
The metropolitan government on Monday entered phase two of its three-part plan to progressively lift social distancing measures and voluntary business closures.
· ‘Many girls have been cut’: how global school closures left children at risk →
Covid-19 school closures have exposed children around the world to human rights abuses such as forced genital mutilation, early marriage and sexual violence, child protection experts say.
· Fiercely opposed leaders take state border closures fight into WA Day →
Political arguments over the state border closure continued into WA Day after a national thinktank released research showing almost 90 per cent of West Australians support that closure.
· Philippines capital comes back to life although virus threat lingers →
MANILA, June 1 — Millions of people returned to work in the Philippine capital today as one of the world’s strictest and longest coronavirus lockdowns was eased to help resuscitate an economy that has been battered by the closure.
· ‘For climate protesters, we are like filth’: the German village where coal is still king →
For Wiebke Witt, a brown coal expert for the NGO Klima Allianz Deutschland, Germany’s 2038 closure timeline fails to honour the 2015 Paris climate agreement on ending coal energy production.
· Job loss at all-time high; manufacturing PMI second-lowest in May even as economic activity resumes →
The further fall in manufacturing output in May is particularly poignant given the record contraction in April, which was driven by widespread business closures, said Eliot Kerr, Economist at IHS Markit.
· Monday briefing: 1m children will stay at home as lockdown eases →
Britain’s manufacturing industry has called on the government to give the sector an emergency bailout as firms struggle to stay afloat because of the forced closure of factories.
The China Post
· World Bank: Palestinian economy could shrink by 11% →
But the closures hurt a local economy already weakened by decades of military occupation, a recent financial dispute with Israel and President Donald Trump’s suspension of nearly all aid to the Palestinians.
The Japan Times
· ‘We thought too big,’ Renault says as it axes 15,000 jobs →
Renault, which is 15 percent owned by the French state, faces the most sensitive restructuring measures in its home country, which will shoulder almost a third of the global job cuts and faces potential plant closures.
· Global report: Wuhan reports no asymptomatic cases for first time →
In the Middle East, Abu Dhabi has announced it will cordon off the UAE’s capital as well as ban travel between regions within the emirate for a week from Tuesday, while Saudi Arabia has reopened its mosques after a two-month closure, albeit under restrictions.