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· Sri Lanka's economy hit by coronavirus; decline in earnings from tourism, remittances →
“With these developments earnings from tourism were provisionally estimated to have declined to $135 million in March 2020 in comparison to $461 million in March 2019,” the central bank said.
The Japan Times
· Abe’s proposal to shift the academic year to September faces increased opposition →
According to an estimate by the education ministry, households with children who attend elementary, junior high and high schools will be saddled with additional financial burdens totaling ¥2.5 trillion, including fees for tuition, school lunches and extracurricular activities, if five more months of schooling are required.
· French economy to shrink 11 percent this year after 'brutal' coronavirus shock →
The government has progressively revised upwards the damage caused by the pandemic and the latest estimate will be included in a recovery budget that will be submitted to ministers on June 10.
· Two remaining bidders for Virgin Australia face race against time to complete deal →
The airline is likely to run out of cash by that time and Strawbridge has previously said the airline will need “interim funding” to get it through a gap, estimated at between four to six weeks, before creditors can approve any deal at a meeting.
The Japan Times
· Trump envisions a three-way nuclear pact. China has other ideas →
China — which is believed to have 320 nuclear warheads, a fraction of the estimated 3,800 in the U.S. stockpile — says it is committed to advancing international arms control and disarmament processes.
· Amsterdam mayor under fire for not intervening at anti-racism demo →
Amsterdam mayor Femke Halsema has come in for fierce criticism for not intervening to stop an estimated 5,000 people coming to the Dam in the centre of the city for a demonstration against police violence.
· Yemen's hidden migrants risk conflict and coronavirus in fight for survival →
The combined death toll from fighting and disease at the end of 2019 was estimated at 230,000 people.
· 'Worst yet to come', says Rahul Gandhi as Moody's downgraded India's rating first time in two decades →
Downgrading India’s rating by a notch to ‘Baa3’ from ‘Baa2’ assigned in November 2018, Moody’s on Monday estimated India GDP shrinking by 4 per cent — first full fiscal contraction in more than four decades, as the country faces a prolonged period of slower growth.
· Warmer temperatures may not slow COVID-19 transmission by much: Study →
They estimated associations between temperature, precipitation, UV Index, as tracked from the US National Centers for Environmental Information, and rate of case increase.
The China Post
· The Latest: Pakistan document shows experts wanted lockdown →
LAHORE, Pakistan — A leaked government document reveals authorities ignored experts who wanted a monthlong lockdown in Pakistan’s Punjab province and who estimated 670,000 might have been infected in the provincial capital of Lahore.